The sweatshirt has been a runner’s staple long before Rocky dashed up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. We set out to craft relaxed, long-lasting sweats that could also handle some miles (or stair repeats). Made from an incredibly soft French terry with a looped back and ribbed details, our new Trackhouse Midweight Sweatshirt gets better and better with every run and every wash.
We love our Trackhouse Sweats but find they can be a little too warm as spring and summer arrive. We set out to craft an equally long-lasting sweatshirt that could also handle some miles. Made from an incredibly soft French terry with a looped back, it gets better with every wear and every run.
The sweatshirt features a large kangaroo pouch. Ribbed details – including the side panels and hems – help keep the sweatshirt's shape over time.
Main Body: 74% Cotton, 26% Polyester French Terry w/ carbonized peach, 300gm/m2
Rib: 58% Cotton, 39% Polyester, 3% Spandex, 250gm/m2
Machine wash cold
With like colors
Do not bleach
Lay flat to dry
Tired of playing in itchy woolen jerseys, in 1926 Alabama quarterback Benjamin Russell Jr. dreamed up a breathable, cotton sweatshirt and had it manufactured at his father's firm. The staple was soon adopted by other athletes, including Betty Robinson, the first woman to win the 100-meter dash at the Olympics. Today, sportswear is now all-the-time-wear. Our relaxed midweight styles are cut from soft, breathable French terry that you'll want to live in.