All photos: Mona Shatry
I like things. Probably more than a “good yogi” should. Especially clothes… I probably have more yoga pants and sports bras than you could wear in a whole month of teaching on the road – and I’m normally not travelling more than two weeks in a row…
But I’ve always used my clothes to express myself – how I’m feeling in a certain moment, what I’ll be up to and what mood I’m in. I don’t feel very comfortable in my skin (or my life) if I’m not happy with what I’m wearing – not because I use my clothes to define myself through them, but because I use them to show and express who I am (in that moment). So while that may seem focused on the outside appearance, it really is about my very own feeling and perceptions of myself.
And with the independent, athlete founded & run brand
I found a label that not only fits my style amazingly perfectly, but also aligns with my values, ethos and background.
During her winter season in Austria, Swedish snowboarder Anna Vister got bored of wearing the same unpractical and not very stylish layers under her outerwear and decided to change things up with her very own brand – following along the lines of the slogan “unbored onboard”. Which in itself, all by its own could have been reason enough for me to get on board, if their amazing style and performance hadn’t completely blown me away too!
All of the pants have a little pouch in the back of the waistband that is super practical to store your keys or phone (or even a microphone transmitter!) and is never the slightest bit in the way or uncomfortable. The bras are supportive yet pinch-free, sometimes with little pads that I found a little weird at first but totally work when you try them out. And the fleece tops either come with a hood or a neck cut so high that you can stick the fabric underneath your goggle strap and will never ever experience a cold neck on the mountain again!
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