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Feature Friday: Outdoor Voices

Posted by Ali Connor - FOI Intern on

We enjoy highlighting one of many unique brands in our "Feature Friday" blog posts.


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Outdoor Voices is all about doing things. With their unique and modern line of fashion-forward activewear, they want customers to sweat it out in as many different ways as possible. Recently, the brand dedicated an entire day to getting outside and getting moving- Doing Things Day. In a day and age where we are so reliant on social media and devices, we forget how important it is to unplug and DO things, not just posting things! Doing things Day brought 1,000's of Austinites together to sweat it out in different ways, and OV doesn't stop there. Keep up to date on OV events via social media, as they are always coming up with fun ways to do things together! We love Outdoor Voices message, and we also appreciate the thought and care that goes into choosing their manufacturers.

All OV gear is designed in New York, where the company started. However, all pieces are made in the USA, Portugal, and Hong Kong. Outdoor Voices insists on using high quality materials and well-treated workers, which gives us another reason to love what they are doing! 

Take some time to browse their website, or better yet, stop by their retail stores if you are in NYC or ATX! The staff is lively and helpful, and it gives you a chance to check out OV gear first hand before buying. 

Below are a few of our favorites from OV. Grab one or two or all of them and start #doingthings.

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