Los Angeles-based streetwear label DOPE has joined forces with New York City fight sports company Superare to create a new collection of boxing clothing and equipment. The collaboration was born out of a mutual and genuine respect between the two entities: DOPE owner Rob Gough started boxing at Unbreakable Gym in Hollywood where he met Superare co-owner Dylan Lipari. With this series, the pair comes together to bridge the gap between sport and street.
DOPE lends its streetwear aesthetic to Superare’s professional grade boxing gloves, handwraps and boxing trunks in addition to a limited-edition T-shirt and hoodie. The result — modeled by professional lightweight boxer Regis Prograis — is a high concept offering that’s equally as functional as it is style-conscious and caters to professional fighters and casual fitness enthusiasts alike.
The Superare x DOPE collection will be available on March 16 at 11 AM PST. It will be sold at select retail locations including DOPE’s L.A. store and Superare’s L.A. and NYC stores as well as DOPE’s website.