Rapid Transit Jogger
Sophisticated yet technical pants for runners on the go
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A busy racing season means lots of travel. While in college or high school this might have meant boarding the team bus in a polo and uncomfortable khakis, now we have better options (and higher standards). We set out to create a jogger that wouldn’t look sloppy at the airport, with all the stretch and comfort needed to sprint through the terminal. The Rapid Transit Joggers are cut from a lightweight and breathable stretch fabric in a relaxed fit that’s ideal for a busy day.
These pull-on joggers are made from a four-way stretch fabric for ease of movement and comfort. Designed in a relaxed silhouette with a tapered leg, the elastic waist and drawcord, allowing for a comfortable, adjustable fit.
The joggers feature generously sized hand pockets and a welt pocket on the wearer’s back right side.
Finished with a water-repellent coating, the Rapid Transit Joggers are built to cope with any weather conditions.
Main Body: 100% Polyester, 155gsm
Pocketing: 100% Polyester, 60gsm
Machine Wash Cold, Delicate Cycle
Lay Flay to Dry
Do Not Tumble Dry
Dry Clean Delicate
Do Not Bleach
On the Go
For runners with big goals or those inspired to explore, traveling to races can unlock speed and heighten our connection to our sport. Inspired by runners on the go, we designed a collection of travel-ready staples crafted for comfort and sophistication in transit.
Born and raised in New Zealand, Georgie Grgec came to Europe in 2017, fell in love with London, and has called the city home ever since. "Back in New Zealand, running was a big part of my life,” she says. “I started competing at regional and national competitions at high school for both my school and club." Since arriving in London, Georgie has enjoyed the depth and quality of racing, competing for London club Herne Hill Harriers. Never one to stay still for long, her aims this summer are on the track at the Night of the 10,000m PB’s and then the wider UK track season.