The dusty blue- and yellow-dominated collection contains pieces suited for all fitness preferences, whether you’d rather run in leggings or shorts, a crop or a singlet. However, in typical OV-fashion the recreation-first brand made some smart tweaks that prioritize lifestyle over performance, and you’ll see them throughout the line. All of the bottoms have smart ways to store your smartphone, credit card, or ID; and the split shorts have straps in the back, so as you shed layers you can tuck your longer sleeves into a holster, which frees up your hand on the run (on whatever you’re doing after your run).
The Doing Things Bra (pictured above) has a cut-out that I’ve been using as a loop to hook on a sweat-wicking towel for years. The smartly crafted line will take you far this spring (see: OV’s hike collection, which we also co-sign), and there’s no doubt that the pieces are good-looking enough to wear in the real world as we re-emerge from the past year as vaccinated butterflies. Not sure where to start shopping? We’ve pulled our very favorite pieces from the line:
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The name of the game with this tank is airflow. It’s cropped, which makes it easy to pair with a high waisted legging or a run short, and it’s made of a meshy lightweight fabric so if you go for a run and then stop for coffee after you won’t have those telltale sweat stains.
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