1. HOCK Luxury Fitness Equipment

    Following suit with the rise of luxury activewear, German brand HOCK is elevating the look of fitness equipment. Designed in a pure and simple aesthetic, the items more closely resemble art sculptures from the likes of Brancusi instead of free weights or a jump rope. Featuring unique shapes and stunning proportions, the collection includes a leather jump rope, stretching band, pushup bars and cardio weights,and both a single pair or an entire set of dumbbells.

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  2. Callens Contemporary Sportswear

    The customer who is purchasing designer clothing wants to feel the same quality and luxury in her activewear as she does in her cashmere sweaters and designer dresses. Here to bridge the gap is Callens, a luxury sportswear company out of Italy. The brand is the brain-child of Clare-Ann Stroll, who brings her knowledge of fitness to the table, and is designed by Paul Helbers, who previously worked for the likes of Louis Vuitton Men’s and Maison Martin Margiela. Together, they understand this niche in the luxury market.

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  3. On Our Radar: Woolrich x Almond Surfboards “Wax and Wool”

    The new WoolrichAlmond Surfboards “Wax and Wool” collab manages to do something truly distinctive: mesh iconic outdoor aesthetics with West Coast beach vibes. It’s often difficult to find this sort of special blend and working harmony in products, so to paint the picture of the delicate sentiment this collection captures, I’m going to take you to the Oregon Coast.

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  4. On Our Radar: Coalition Snow Kickstarter Expansion

    We first met Jen Gurecki, CEO of Coalition Snow, at Outdoor SF, a super fun gathering put on by GoodPeople for San Francisco-based outdoor brands. Chatting with her about Coalition Snow’s mission to produce ski and snowboard gear designed by women, for women really resonated with the feature article we were developing for RANGE Magazine Issue Two, titled “The Modern Outdoors Woman.” So, we decided to get her opinion on which brands are doing it “right” when it comes to women’s outdoor apparel and hard goods. Her answer was this: … Read More