This high performance racing singlet features a unique breathable knit structure and is finished with coldblack® to deliver UV protection and minimize heat absorption.
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When we were developing our singlets for the Olympic Marathon Trials, we worked with the team at Schoeller to craft one of the most technical fabrics on the market: a feather-light nylon blend with a unique grid structure that’s both silky smooth and quick-drying. These racing singlets performed so well over 26.2 miles in Atlanta, we’re introducing them to our permanent collection in classic colorways.
Coldblack® Technology With UV-Protection
Active>silver™ Finish For Controlling Bacteria And Odor Management
Bonded hems at the neckline and armhole
OTQ Version: additional bonding at the side seam and sash
78% Nylon, 22% Elastane (110 gm/m2)
OTQ Version: 87% Poly / 13% Elastane (120gm/m2)
Wash Warm With Like Colors
Do Not Bleach
To Preserve Fabric Finish, Recommended Line Dry
In the Yarn
Together with Schoeller's team in Switzerland, we obsessed down to the yarn level to develop a silky-soft and feather-light nylon blend with a unique grid structure that moves moisture away from the skin and up to the surface of the fabric. The bluesign certified material is treated with coldblack to reduce heat absorption, an anti-microbial active>silver finish to reduce post-race odors and offer an Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) of 30+.
Built for Fast
When it comes to construction we focused on details that matter over long distances, with minimal trim and bonded seams throughout to reduce weight and prevent chafing. The singlet has a loose, airy fit for added air flow and to help prevent any chance of the fabric sticking to the skin when sweaty.
138 athletes raced In Atlanta in our new OTQ Singlets, putting the amateur spirit on display on Peachtree Street. Over rolling hills and into a brisk headwind, they fought for every place.