This high-tech top of the line fitness tracker used to cost anywhere from $500 to $1,000, but thanks to a recently unveiled subscription model, it could be yours for only $30 a month. To be frank, the Whoop Fitness Tracker isn’t for everyone, only those who need the top of the line product and won’t settle for anything less. It has a lot of features that your average person won’t use, but for athletes, like Michael Phelps, Mike Mancias and Lawson Craddock who all use the tracker, it can be a must have. The tracker logs your biometrics 24/7 and intelligent software gives you actionable information translated from those metrics. For example, it will use your calories burned, time active, and heart rate to compile a personalized “day strain” profile, and measures, for example, your resting heart rate for your personalized recovery score. It makes it easy to target areas for improvement without sifting through and comparing raw data without context.
Whoop Fitness Tracker
Daydream Wool House Pants
When it comes to the comfortable clothing, Outlier is always pushing the limits. Upgrade your sleepwear with their newest line of Daydream House Pants. This is an elevated pajama pant in a soft and hazy washable Super 120’s merino flannel. Perfect for lounging around the house and making lazy runs to the bodega in.
Massdrop x Naked & Famous 14-Oz Selvage Denim
Looking to upgrade your daily denim? Check out this selvage jean collaboration between Massdrop and Naked & Famous. They've used a custom rope-dyed selvage from Okayama, Japan that has been woven on vintage shuttle looms. The result is a yarn that has waves, bumps and different thicknesses throughout. These are a bit heavier than your typical Levis and they take around 3 to 4 weeks to break in. Like all raw denim, these get better with age and after a few weeks the rigid, durable fabric will produce wear patterns that reflect your own style and use.