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​Gym+Coffee launches gender-neutral Kin Collection

Published
Aug 25, 2021

Republic of Ireland athleisure brand Gym+Coffee has launched its gender-neutral streetwear, the Kin Collection. Built around inclusivity, the fully unisex capsule “embraces bold designs… high functionality and a premium feel”, the retailer said Wednesday.


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Combining casual street style with athletic materials and colour, the collection pricing ranges from £30-£70, coming in XS-XXL sizing options.

The capsule includes a retro-feel half-zip top, the Belo Breaker, a statement bold Kin Crew top, the Kin Pullover and a Tribe Tee loose fitting T-shirt with feather-soft fabric.

Each product also comes in two varying colourways that includes Crisp White, Pacific Green and Soft Mauve.

Citing the Kin Collection as some of the brand’s boldest designs to date, co-founder Diarmuid McSweeney said: “The capsule primarily aims to highlight the idea of inclusivity, something we at Gym+Coffee truly believe in and aim to promote in the various initiatives we undertake within the company.

“The collection supports our commitment to offer gender-neutral styles and we hope the exciting designs offer a high quality, premium feel clothing range that is accessible to everyone in the community.”

The athleisure retailer opened a new Clubhouse store location in Belfast at Victoria Square earlier this month, marking its debut in Northern Ireland. The 2,300 sq ft store features an interactive community wall alongside the brand’s collection of athleisure and activewear.

On the retail front, the current 85 team members are expected to grow to almost 120 by the end of the year, following the opening of three new Clubhouses. 

This will bring the total number of employees from 110 to 170 by the end of 2021, a number that is expected to grow to 250 by the end of 2022, it said.

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