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Van Cortlandt Singlet

A child-sized version of our mesh running singlet, sized for ages 4-6 (S), 8-10 (M) and 10-12 (L). The singlet runs short, size up for kids with long torsos.



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Van Cortlandt Singlet

Recommended size by age: Small: Ages 6-8 Medium: Ages 8-10 Large: Ages 10-12

  S M L
Chest 27" 29" 32"
Front Length 17" 19.5" 22"

A Family Tradition

The Van Cortlandt Singlet has always been a family affair. Originally inspired by a singlet our founder unearthed in his father-in-law’s closet, the children of Tracksmith employees have been known to tie up their parents' singlets for races and play. We thought it only right to give these intrepid runners a chance to have a singlet to call their own.

This singlet features all our signature Tracksmith details like our breathable 2:09 Mesh and statement making sash – cut in a smaller silhouette for kids.

The back of the tee features our signature racing stripe locker loop. It's perfect for hanging it up to dry between efforts.

2:09 Mesh: 82% Polyester / 18% Spandex with Antimicrobial

Wash Cold
Do Not Bleach
Tumble Dry Low

Austin, 11, is wearing a Large in the Singlet

Small but Mighty

Cut for children, our kid’s Van Cortlandt Singlet features our lightweight 2:09 performance mesh and our sash – a signature design element inspired by the pursuit of excellence.

Mathilda (front), 5, is wearing a Small in the Singlet.

The Sash

The Tracksmith sash is inspired by the Cornell Track and Field teams of the late 1800s. Athletes who scored points at the league championships earned a satin sash, sewn over the “C” on their singlet. It’s a symbol of excellence that we hope will inspire runners to perform at a level worthy of all those who’ve worn it before.

Jolene (left), 10, is wearing a Medium in the Singlet.

All in the Family

For many runners, the Turkey Trot was a gateway into the sport – our first opportunity to run as fast and as far as our legs and lungs could manage. Usually, we went out too fast and had to walk, but, still, we were hooked. In celebration of these memories, we caught up with families on the run.