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Hare Rugby

Size Guide

Please not that this product has unisex sizing but runs large. All measurements are based on the garment laying flat. Chest measurements are taken across the front of the garment laying flat.


Chest 19.5"
Back Length 28.5"
Sleeve Length 31.5"


Chest 21.5"
Back Length 29.5"
Sleeve Length 33"


Chest 23.75"
Back Length 30"
Sleeve Length 35"


Chest 25.75"
Body Length 32"
Sleeve Length 36"

All measurements are garment sizing

Tracksmith x Rowing Blazers

Rugby was invented by a mischievous student at England’s Rugby School during an intramural game of football in 1823. Rather than pass with his feet, he picked up the ball and ran with it. Appropriately, the first rugbies debuted at the school and these colorful heavy-gauge cotton shirts were popularized throughout the 20th century on and off the pitch. With their commitment to preserving the craftsmanship and insouciant style of these originals, Rowing Blazers sees themselves as stewards of the rugby. Our collaboration plays on Tracksmith’s signature navy and white colors and features an embroidered gold Eliot Hare in pride of place on the left breast.

Super heavyweight cotton rugby jersey
Rugby collar, three-button placket, knit cuffs

100% Cotton

Dry clean only

Former UVA rower Keziah Beal is 6'3" and wears a size small rugby.
Former Harvard runner James Leakos is 6'1" and wears a size small rugby.

A Shared Heritage

Like Tracksmith, Rowing Blazers was founded by a former-athlete obsessed with the legacy and style of sport. Where Rowing Blazers draws inspiration from the oarsmen of the nineteenth century who first wore sports coats as a symbol of crew affiliation and pride, we look to the track and field teams of this era who donned a sash on their singlet as a symbol of the competitive spirit.

Irreverent Style

Known for its “irreverent and cryptic” menswear, Rowing Blazers was founded by a former rower and Oxford PhD, Jack Carlson. Trackmsith founder Matt Taylor and Jack connected over a shared appreciation for the history of athletic wear. Time spent at the Rowing Blazers Clubhouse in New York helped yield the collection. The result is a synthesis of the brands’ most iconic shapes and styles: the singlet and rugby, delivered in bold stripes and premium fabrications.

Great Court Run

No film quite captures the style and lore of running better than "Chariots Of Fire". So when we found an old video of Seb Coe and Steve Cram recreating the iconic Trinity Great Court Run in a singlet and rugby, we knew exactly how we needed to shoot the collaboration with Rowing Blazers: with a wink-and-a-nod to this iconic moment and some modern flare.

Courtyard Games

Like many U.S. colleges, Fordham University in the Bronx owes a strong architectural debt to Oxford and Cambridge. Just a quick train ride away from Soho, a team of Rowing Blazers and Tracksmith athletes assembled on a fall afternoon for some courtyard shenanigans of their own. Former rower Austin Heye and our own James Leakos faced off in a test of power versus speed, officiated by Deyvon Raymond and NCAA champion rower, Keziah Beal. James eked out a victory, but Austin is gunning for a re-match.

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