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Activewear brand Outdoor Voices might still be in its infancy, but that doesn't mean it can't snag a big name for its first collaboration. The company founded by 26-year-old Tyler Haney has teamed up with Leandra Medine of Man Repeller for a curation of one of their signature kits—that's brand-speak for everything you need for a workout, in one convenient tote.
"We wanted to create this kit with someone who's known for something other than being active," Haney told Well + Good about the collab. "Leandra was one of our first customers, and while she's quite active, she's known first and foremost for the humorous yet intellectual way she talks about fashion. She came in and put her branded stamp on our existing fabrications."
As seen above, $250 gets you a tri-tone crop top that doubles as a sports bra, matching leggings, a cropped white tee with red trim, a multi-colored beaded jump rope, an Antidote chocolate bar with banana and cayenne pepper, a Baggu tote with a workout motto devised by Medine, and a Welcome Companions keychain in the shape of a popsicle.
With comparable kits for women going for $300 (that don't have snacks and fitness gear, mind you), this collaboration is kind of a steal. The catch, though? There's only 150 of them available—so act fast if you want it. You can buy it here or make an appointment at their recently-debuted New York City showroom to check it out in person first.