Celebrating Empowerment with New Mystic Felines Collection

March is Women’s History month and a lot of companies are launching promotions, products, events, you name it. Earlier this month Machines For Freedom and Dioscvri, two women-led brands, launched the Mystic Felines Collection. The collection celebrates empowerment and features a hand-carved block design on garments and gear.

I have tested and reviewed Machines For Freedom’s bibs and shorts but wasn’t familiar with Dioscvri. The two California-based companies selected felines because they represent power, savvy intellect, strength, and agility. These attributes are linked to the Machines For Freedom community that includes powerful athletes, adventurers, and change-makers.

Kristin Villatuya and Anna Martinez of Dioscvri, women-owned collaborative

“The Dioscvri x Machines collab was inspired by the power each and every one of us possesses,” said Jenn Kriske, founder of Machines For Freedom. “Sometimes it shows up loudly and boldly. Other times it manifests with quiet and steady determination. This collaboration with Dioscrvi is the embodiment of the power and strength I see in the Machines community, and to celebrate that collective power.”

Check out the media box I received announcing the launch

The bold Mystic Felines Collection features a hand-carved block design, made from 100% organic cotton, and manufactured locally in Los Angeles. Pricing and items include:

  • Tee in short sleeve ($68 MSRP) and long sleeve ($78 MSRP)
  • Cycling Cap ($35)
  • Handkerchief (43)
  • Bottle set ($25)

The complete collection can be found here.

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