Levelling the playing field for all with top sports kit

Kit should never be a barrier to participation

When we become part of a sports team and we’re invited to represent the team by wearing professional kit, it makes us feel part of something bigger. It gives us a sense of purpose, belonging and achievement. It instills a sense within us that we’ve got what it takes - the right attitude, the drive, the skills. We want every athlete to feel the same sense of pride whether they represent their country, their club or their local team in the park.

A level playing field for all

Without athletes there would be no Olympics or Paralympics, no World Championships or World Cups. No medals to be won or inspirational stories of triumph over adversity to be told. Despite this, the reality for many athletes from developing countries or disadvantaged communities is that they can’t access kit to help them compete fairly. Kit has a huge impact on performance and it can also have a negative influence on team spirit. We believe every athlete deserves the right to compete on a level playing field and that kit should never be a barrier

It shouldn't be like this

The desire to push yourself, to run faster, jump higher, throw further, is something we all feel. Be it in the gym, on the race track or in a local park/ field. A lot of us are lucky enough to never have to worry about the kit we wear to compete or train in, we just pop to the shops or order online and there it is. In the size, style and colour we want. But for many they don't have this opportunity, they have the same desire as you, but they don't have the kit they need to follow that same passion. And this is where we step in.

Our Supporters

We’re lucky to be supported by some incredible athletes and organisations. Our Patrons include one of UK’s most celebrated Paralympians, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson and former president of the International Paralympic Committee, Sir Philip Craven.

Baroness Grey-Thompson

Baroness Grey-Thompson

Former Wheelchair Racer

Ellie Simmonds OBE

Ellie Simmonds OBE

British Paralympic Swimmer

Sir Philip Craven

Former President of the International Paralympic Committee

Dame Sarah Joanne Storey

Dame Sarah Joanne Storey

British Paralympic Cyclist

Team England
IPC
UEFA
World Para Athletics
British Airways
Virgin Atlantic
Howsons
World Para Powerlifting

Meet the Namibian Paralympic team

Thank you Kit Us Out for reaching out to our athletes. This will go a long way in the support of Paralympic Team Namibia, thank you so much.

Friday night football project participants

Having the kit makes us feel like we are playing for the club but it also feels like we are representing something bigger.

Meet PC Jason Hill

We started off with 6 young people and in a year we have 800 people registered, so it just shows if you give a young person a venue to go to which is safe, it just builds itself and the young people have built this themselves as well.

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