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Grayboy - Berlin

Size Guide

SMALL

Chest 38.75"
Body Length 26.25"
Sleeve 8"

MEDIUM

Chest 40.75"
Body Length 27"
Sleeve 8.25"

LARGE

Chest 42.5"
Body Length 28.5"
Sleeve 8.5"

X-LARGE

Chest 45.5"
Body Length 30"
Sleeve 9"

All measurements are garment sizing

Earned With
Sweat

Made in Massachusetts from our bespoke Varsity Cotton, the Grayboy Tee is our take on a team-issued top that wears in, not out. All our Grayboys are earned with sweat, especially this Berlin edition.

Knit And Produced In MA, Specifically For Tracksmith
 Fabric Treated To Help Eliminate Odor

Fabric 
88% Cotton / 12% Rayon Jersey

Care
Wash Cold With Like Colors Hang Dry

Berlin '19

Known for its very fast, very flat course, Berlin is a bucket-list race for hitting a PR or a BQ. Since the race was founded by Berlin baker, Horst Milde in 1977, 11 world records have been set on the course. Ten of those records have been raced on the post-reunification course, which loops its way from the Brandenburg Gate through Berlin’s historic neighborhoods. Add in cool weather and the chance to enjoy Oktoberfest when the race is done, and you’ve got a recipe for an iconic Marathon Major.

Berlinisch
Blau

Prussian Blue, also known as Berlinisch Blau, is a dark blue color that was accidentily synthesized by Berlin alchemists Johann Jacob Diesbach and Johann Conrad Dippel in the early 18th century. Stable, bright and lightfast, it revolutionized the art world, from Watteau working on Rococo paintings in Paris to Gainsborough’s portraits in London. It inspired Hokusai’s iconic painting The Great Wave off Kanagawa and Picasso used it liberally in his Blue Period. Commercially, it made its way onto everything from flags, clothing, wallpaper and tea, and became the official uniform color of the Prussian army.

Berlin Collection

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