Joma

Joma is a Spanish sports clothing manufacturer, which currently produces footwear and clothing for football, running and tennis. Its headquarters are located in Portillo de Toledo in the Province of Toledo. Joma was founded in 1965 to produce shoes for general use. In 1968 the company went to specialize in sport shoes production and distribution. After a relative success, Joma decided to enter into football market, obtaining a great success and becoming the leader in its country. Sportswear or activewear is clothing, including footwear, worn for sport or physical exercise. Sport-specific clothing is worn for most sports and physical exercise, for practical, comfort or safety reasons. Typical sport-specific garments include shorts, tracksuits, T-shirts, tennis shirts and polo shirts. Specialized garments include wet suits (for swimming, diving or surfing) and salopettes (for skiing) and leotards (for gymnastics). Sports footwear include trainers. It also includes some underwear, such as the jockstrap and sports bra. Sportswear is also at times worn as casual

ashion clothing. For most sports the athletes wear a combination of different items of clothing, e.g. sport shoes, pants and shirts. In some sports, protective gear may need to be worn, such as helmets or American football body armour. oledo is a province of central Spain, in the western part of the autonomous community of CastileLa Mancha. It is bordered by the provinces of Madrid, Cuenca, Ciudad Real, Badajoz, Caceres, and Avila. Of the province's 546,538 people (2002), only about 1/9 live in the capital, Toledo, which is also capital of the autonomous community. The most populated city in the province is Talavera de la Reina with 83,793 inhabitants (2006). The province contains 204 municipalities. The smallest municipality in Spain, Illan de Vacas, with a population of 8, is in Toledo province. See List of municipalities in Toledo. The province shares the Parque Nacional de Cabaneros with Ciudad Real province. Portillo de Toledo is a small village and municipality in the province of Toledo, Spain. In 2001, Portillo de Toledo had 2 055 inhabitants.