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Menswear line Ministry of Supply—the Boston-based tech-driven brand known for space age fabrics, odor-fighting socks, and ventilated pants—will open a summer pop-up shop this Friday on Newbury Street. Running from June 6 through the end of August, the store is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to scope out the company's full product range in person.
The 299 Newbury Street space has been titled "H1," with Ministry of Supply creating a microsite outlining the planning of this pop-up experience, which will travel from city to city following its tenure here in Boston. H1 will be open seven days a week, 11am to 7pm, with a robust calendar of run clubs, a "Bike to Work" day, and a Father's Day barbecue scheduled for June. On Friday, toast the opening from 6pm to 10pm with the Ministry of Supply team; RSVP here.
· All Ministry of Supply news [Racked Boston]
· Ministry of Supply [Official Site]
· H1 [Official Site]