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Bislett Pants

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Bislett Pants

Size Guide

SMALL

Waist 29-30"
Hip 36"
Thigh 22.5"
Inseam 30"

MEDIUM

Waist 31-32"
Hip 38"
Thigh 23.5"
Inseam 30"

LARGE

Waist 33-34"
Hip 40"
Thigh 24.5"
Inseam 30"

X-LARGE

Waist 35-36"
Hip 42"
Thigh 25.5"
Inseam 30"

All measurements are garment sizing

DON'T CALL IT
A COMEBACK

In the late 1980’s a now-defunct Wellesley company, Bislett Sports International, produced 50 sets of the original Bislett pants. A quarter of a century and countless winter miles later, those originals have proved durable enough for the extremely long haul. So much so that in 2014 Tracksmith reintroduced them to running rotation, mixing modern detailing with the unimprovable qualities of the originals.

ELIOT STRETCH
FABRIC

The biggest upgrade we made over the original Bislett pants is the fabric. Our Bisletts are constructed from a Swiss-made, lightweight, four-way stretch material. When the Bislett was first made this material tech was the stuff of dreams, now it’s a reality. Moisture wicking, abrasion resistant, and ducks only wish water rolled off their backs so well. Critics agree we’ve hit on something magical here.

THE DIFFERENCE
IN THE DETAILS

From the reflective piping to race-day-ready calf zips, we believe that when it comes to running apparel, the little things make the biggest difference.

PERFECT POCKETRY

As runners, we know how many ways a pocket can go wrong.
That’s why we took such pains to make ours right.

The minimal side-seam pocket on the Bislett was designed to fit your iPhone,
freeing you from those arm cuffs. 

"The first time I went running in the Bisletts, it was pouring rain. I'm one of those demented people that actually loves running in a storm. And the driving rain seemed to just roll off the Bisletts over the course of an hour-long shakeout run. Sure, they're great in the rain. But I like them because I can wear them running on crisp Saturday mornings and meet my girlfriend at the farmers market without getting stares from fellow shoppers for being That Guy In Spandex."
Bill Bradley, freelance writer and marathoner.

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