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Boutique fitness monthly membership service ClassPass unveiled its first branded apparel collection today, and it's an entire outfit for members to wear to classes. The collection is a limited-production collaboration with minimalist athleisure brand Outdoor Voices.
It consists of blue two-tone warmup leggings, a matching racerback tank, and a tote for $95 altogether. ClassPass sent out an email blast to its members today giving them the chance to shop it now exclusively until Wednesday. The brands will open up the ClassPass x Outdoor Voices collection to the public to shop on Thursday.
This collab is a bit of a deal on Outdoor Voices: the fitness apparel brand's two-piece crop top and leggings kit retails for $100 and that's without a tote bag. That bag is the most obvious ClassPass nod of the items, with text that reads "Go Girl, Go" on one side. On the other side, the canvas bag spells out "First, weights, Pilates, yoga, then dance, and boxing, plus martial arts, also spinning, rowing, studios worldwide and gyms" via cartoons. Outdoor Voices's past collabs include Leandra Medine of Man Repeller and future collabs will include APC.