Spend $150 and receive a free navy Van Cortlandt Singlet. Simply select your size below, add to your cart and continue shopping. Once you have reached $150 with other items, the singlet will become available for free.
Limit One Per Customer
In order to receive your free navy Van Cortlandt Singlet, please select your preferred size and add the singlet to your cart. Then continue shopping on Tracksmith.com. The singlet will appear as $0 in your cart once you have added $150 worth of additional items. Until that time it will remain at $65. Note: This promotion is only applicable to navy Van Cortlandt Singlets and as supplies last. Limit one singlet per customer. Purchases of gift cards do not qualify for this promotion.
Returns: Should you choose to make a return on your order that reduces your total below $150, we will charge you for the full value of the singlet.
International Orders: Please note, international orders may be subject to additional tariffs and fees based on the actual cost of the singlet.
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A TRADITION TRANSLATED
We drew inspiration for our signature sash from the Cornell track teams of the late 1800's. Athletes who scored points at the league championship earned a satin sash, sewn over the “C” on their singlet. We limit the use of the sash to race garments out of respect for its significance as an emblem of excellence, and in the hopes it will inspire runners to perform at a level worthy of those who’ve worn it before.
When “Boston Billy” Rodgers won the Boston Marathon in 1975, setting his first American Record at 2:09:55, he famously did so in a mesh tee he found in the trash. Inspired by his legendary performance, we scoured the earth for the very finest performance mesh. Astonishingly lightweight and antimicrobial with a luxurious feel you won’t find anything like our 2:09 Mesh in a dumpster.
Race Day is Sacred
We believe in competition and the meritocracy of racing. Not because winning and losing is particularly important, but because competition sends us on an innately human journey. The profound physical and mental demands of racing lead to a richer and more thrilling life. It makes us better human beings.