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Terry Polo

Soft and incredibly comfortable, this easy-fitting polo is a resort wear staple brought into the 21st century.



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Terry Polo

  S M L XL
Chest 38.5" 40.5" 42.5" 44.5"
Body Length 27" 27.75" 28.5" 29.125"
Sleeve 8.875" 9.375" 9.875" 10.25"

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Soak Up the Summer

Terry cloth is a staple of resort wear for a reason: it's perfect for pulling on after a swim. On the hunt for a lightweight version top that would pair with our Run Cannonball Run Shorts, we loved the feel of this soft, recycled cotton jersey. Blending a vintage aesthetic with a modern sensibility, it’s perfect for tossing on post-run or at the beach.

This is an easy fitting, recycled cotton jersey short sleeve polo with ribbed trim. The fabric’s looped back allows it to absorb over twenty times its weight in moisture, leaving you feeling dry in a flash.

Contrasting colors and subtle detailing make our Run Cannonball Run Terry pieces work equally well in any relaxed setting, from days by the pool to dinner on the terrace.

Main Body: 63% Recycled Cotton / 37% Cotton Loop Gauze Jersey, 193gm/m2
Collar/Hem: 88% Modal / 9% Polyester / 3% Spandex, 560gm/m2

Machine Wash Cold with Like Colors
Do Not Bleach
Lay Flat To Dry
Please note that this fabric does shrink slightly, in length, after cold water wash/laid flat to dry.

Leon is 6'1" and wears a Medium

A Summer Sport

The polo shirt traces its roots to the 1920s when it became a staple of tennis whites. Popularized by athletes on the tennis courts and polo fields, mid-century runners adapted the style, embracing the temperature control and protection offered by the button placket and stand collar. For the Run Cannonball Run collection, we’ve adapted the style with our cool and cozy French Terry fabric.

Run Cannonball Run

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Workouts can Wait

When the sun’s shining and the mercury is heading toward triple digits, tear up your training plan and take your legs on an adventure. There are no rules or regulations; the only goal is to find the best body of water for submerging yourself mid-run. Maybe that means executing a perfect cannonball into a crystal mountain stream, or ducking into chilly Atlantic waves. However you do it, this is what summer is all about. Make a splash: run, cannonball, run.

Terry Polo