These Fitness Forward Pop-Ups Are Coming to the Seaport This Summer

Get your workout leggings, CBD products, and sneakers all in one place.


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The Seaport might be a trek for most people that don’t work or live in the area. But there are many other reasons to visit the neighborhood besides a visit to the ICA or happy hour at the Envoy Hotel. One of those reasons is the return of the Seaport’s evolving lineup of pop-up shops in tiny homes.

Located adjacent to the Seaport Common, the concept was given the name The Current when it made its debut last year. The pop-up village is made up of two rows of tiny homes housing local brands and retailers. Last year, all the companies invited to participate were women-owned and operated to fall under a “She-Village” theme. This year, there’s not really much of a method to the madness but we noticed a common thread. A lot of them are very fitness forward.

We already mentioned the leggings company Booty by Brabants is returning for its second year, and so is clothing company Sh*t That I Knit. Other apparel companies include athletic wear line for women Fierce + Regal, the sneaker brand Laced, athletic gear company No Bull, a Marshfield-based surf brand Levitate, and sleepwear company Lunya.

Also joining the clothing companies will be Boston-based CBD company Beam. Providing CBD infused products like oils and salves, the company was founded by former professional hockey player Matt Lombardi and former Chicago White Sox pitcher Kevin Moran. They even have a CBD protein bar.

Framingham-based photography studio Parlr will also be popping up in the area. At the space, you’ll have access to hair and makeup products as well as the opportunity to get both professionally done. You can even take your own headshot and book photography sessions with a lifestyle photographer.

All shops will be open for business between May 4 and May 15. For specific store hours visit: Most shops will remain open until July 15.

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