Ten Thousand’s performance wear is consistently delivered via quality material, and they never skimp in the style department either. With a mission statement that entails nothing is necessary aside from hard work and a well-earned recovery, it is no surprise that they’ve decided to collaborate with a contemporary artist who knows hard work as much as anyone. Coming together with Rostarr, the New York and Bali-based abstract painter, Ten Thousand’s new collection looks to be both fashion-forward and high-performing.
With the artist’s work being plastered everywhere from MoMA to Centre Pompidou, Rostarr’s paintings carry a credible ethos that surely serves as great inspiration for the sake of this collaboration. Featuring a trio of pieces, the Rostarr x Ten Thousand capsule offers a Rostarr design-clad pair of unbelievably breathable mesh training socks, an embellished take on the brand’s trademark anti-odor Lightweight Shirt, and is then rounded out with a newly-designed pair of their staple Session Short, beloved for its Every Session Carry pocket system that assists in holding your gear without interrupting your workout. With each of these three pieces backed by the Ten Thousand’s lifetime guarantee, athletes and art aficionados alike would be remiss not to at least give these well-manufactured garments a run or two.
Starting at a humble $16 for a pair of ergonomic training socks, those looking to celebrate the fusion of athletics and the arts can purchase pieces from the Rostarr x Ten Thousand collection on the latter’s website.
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