8 Items of Workout Gear Too Expensive to Get Dirty
Karl Lagerfeld Punching Bag for Louis Vuitton
Dior Fusion Sneakers
If your favorite running shoes and your Teva water tennies had a baby, the Dior "Fusion" sneakers would be the result. And you'd have the privilege of paying $1,100 to wear them.
Tory Burch for FitBit
Get your glam (and fitness) on all over town with the gold-hinged flex tracker from Tory Burch and FitBit. Just be prepared to pony up $195 for all that bling. (Yes, you read that right.)
Givenchy Stretch Knit Leggings
Unless these black stretch knit leggings from Givenchy slim you down by 15 pounds, we're not sure what that $1,834 price tag is all about.
Phillip Lim I Love Nueva York Muscle Tank
We all love New York, but paying $115 for this top, which essentially amounts to being a black tank-top, seems a little high.
Shourouk Wimblee Stretch Terry Wristband
The description for these Shourouk Wimblee Swarovski-embellished stretch terry wristbands—designed in collaboration with 2013 Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli—states that they're "not just for the gym; wear yours to brighten up off-duty looks." That's a nice thought, but at $245 each, we don't know if we'd be able to wear them without breaking into a cold sweat at the thought of getting them dirty.
Available at Net-a-Porter.com.
Rick Owens Cashmere Track Pants
These Rick Ownens cashmere pants feature a dropped crotch and relaxed drape and comes in at $1,570. What else you could do with that kind of cash? Pay one month's rent in NYC, go on a road trip across the U.S., make a down payment on a car, or literally fly round-trip to London.
Monreal London Tennis Bag
The flamingo pink color is bright and summery, but at $910, unless Maria Sharapova herself once used it, your money is better spent joining a tennis club.