7 Pink Products To Support Breast Cancer Awareness
1. Running Room Sahara Hope Tote
Toss all your fitness gear in one place and travel to and from the gym in style with the Running Room’s Sahara Hope Tote. The cotton canvas tote bag has plenty of pockets to keep you organized, including a key ring clip inside.
Running Room Sahara Hope Tote, $45. Available at shop.runningroom.com.
2. Big Island Party baseball cap
Keep a cool head with the Big Island Party baseball cap featuring the signature pink ribbon.
Big Island Party baseball cap, $3. Available at bigislandparty.com.
3. New Balance 860 running shoes
These cute running shoes are part of the New Balance Lace Up for the Cure collection. New Balance Canada donates 15 percent of the collection’s net sales to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
New Balance 860 running shoes, $140. Available at newbalance.ca.
4. Apollo 135-piece tool kit with case
This all-in-one kit has 135 tools for every household project. Plus, the tools are organized in a durable carrying case for quick and easy access.
Apollo 135-piece tool kit with case, $50. Available at Canadian Tire, canadiantire.ca and apollotools.com.
5. GoFit XTrainer workout gloves
This Special Edition version was created in support of Breast Cancer research and education. Available in small, medium and large.
GoFit Special Edition XTrainer workout gloves, $12. Available at gofit.net.
6. Yves Rocher Arnica Essential Daily Moisturizer Hand Cream
This daily moisture hand cream is a great way to keep your hands soft and supple while supporting a good cause.
Yves Rocher Arnica Essential Daily Moisturizer Hand Cream, $5, 75 mL. Available at yvesrocher.ca.
7. Clinique heart key ring with lip glosses
Keep your keys and lip gloss all in one place with Clinique’s heart key ring. Includes three different lip glosses.
Clinique heart key ring with lip glosses, $20 for set, 1 mL each gloss. Available at clinique.com.
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