Climbing received an Oscar this year, so it must be hip. Louis Vuitton Photo.
While the majority of us were marveling Alex Honnold's ropeless ascent in Free Solo, Louis Vuitton's lead designer was having a creative breakthrough. I can picture their initial reaction, "that tiny yellow bag on his back is GENIUS!" Jokes aside, the outdoors are definitely in for 2019. Flannels, puffy vests, cut off jeans—I bet I just described the last person you saw at Whole Foods. So, it makes sense that Louis Vuitton wants to be in on the trend, and for a mere $1,590, this chalk bag could be yours.
So supple. Louis Vuitton Photo.
The “supple” bag “inspired by climbers” can be worn across the body or on the shoulder. It’s even accentuated with a “functional” carabiner. Oh, you actually want to wear this as a real chalk bag? Um, you might need to chat with customer service about that.
But honestly Louis Vuitton, if you’re going to foray into the climbing world you’ve got to commit 100%. Let’s see a pair of climbing shoes and a crash pad while you’re at it. Skiers, are you getting jealous? Don't worry they've got something for you too.
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Two tenths of a second. That’s all that separated Kate Weatherly and Marine Cabirou this past Sunday in the Women’s World Cup race in Leogang. Their results are indicative of a loose and dusty course that was racing fast, which kept things neck and neck between many of the top female racers. Despite Cabirou’s best effort to salvage her run after crashing on the last corner, Weatherly ultimately snagged 3rd by mere pedal strokes. At the award ceremony she stood on a UCI downhill World
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