#TechThursday: Fitbit teams up with Public School to roll out this sleek collection
Fitness meets street fashion
In the age of all things digital, wearable technology is crossing domains and transcending the clichés of gadget gear. Case in point: Fitbit’s collaborative range with Public School. Following its debut at New York Fashion Week earlier this year, the Public School for Fitbit collection is set to hit select stores come this November. Encompassing style and function in approachable luxury pieces, the highly anticipated lineup of accessories looks nothing like your typical health or sports device.
Compatible with Fitbit's latest tracker, the Fitbit Alta, the premium wristbands offer a multitude of functions including reminders to move, silent alarms, and SmartTrack, which automatically keeps track of your workouts.
Flaunting a sleeker design, Public School’s designs feature materials like fine metals and nylon, offering a fresh take on a classic timepiece. As leading figures in the wearables market, Fitbit — along with Public School — is certainly taking wearable tech to new places.
The Public School for Fitbit collection will be available for pre-order online in October 2016.