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New Balance unveils activewear capsule and mental health micro courses

Jeremy Lim
09 March 2022

New Balance has partnered with inner peace collective District Vision to launch an activewear capsule and micro-courses on mindfulness and mental health.

The capsule collection features a range of technical apparel pieces including long-sleeved T-shirts, shorts, tights, light jackets and anoraks. The garments feature design elements from Polish artist Filip Pagowski, who designed the Comme des Garçons Play logo, and Drake’s "Summer Sixteen" album art.

The collection also includes multiple colourways of New Balance’s FuelCell RC Elite v2 trainers.

New Balance also teamed up with District Vision on a series of micro-courses that will feature the footwear brand’s athletes and ambassadors, including US track and field athletes Emily Sisson and Brenda Martinez, who will share about how they overcome mental hurdles. Each micro course is made up of five chapters and will be available on District Vision's website from 10 March.

Founded by Tom Daly and Max Vallot in 2015, District Vision began as an eyewear brand before expanding into apparel at the end of 2018. Based around a wellness-focused philosophy, the direct-to-consumer brand launched exclusively with Mr Porter before adding Ssense, Matchesfashion, Harrods, Browns, End Clothing and Dover Street Market as stockists.

All pieces in the capsule range in price from $55 to $220, available on the District Vision website from 17 March and New Balance on 24 March.

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