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Van Cortlandt Long Sleeve

Size Guide

SMALL

Chest 39 1/8"
Front 27 1/2"
Back 28 1/2"
Sleeve 25 3/8"

MEDIUM

Chest 41 5/8"
Front 28"
Back 29"
Sleeve 25 7/8"

LARGE

Chest 44 1/8"
Front 28 1/2"
Back 29"
Sleeve 29 1/2"

X-LARGE

Chest 46 5/8"
Front 29"
Back 30"
Sleeve 26 7/8"

All measurements are garment sizing

Classically Trained

Cut from our signature 2:09 Mesh, the Van Cortlandt Long Sleeve is the perfect layer for those in-between days when a single lightweight layer is all you need. Soft and breathable, with an anti-microbial finish, it combines modern performance with classic style.

2:09 Mesh Long Sleeve
Relaxed Fit
Signature Sash

82% Polyester / 18% Spandex With Anti-Microbial Finish
Wash Cold
Do Not Bleach
Tumble Dry Low

James is 6' and wears a size medium.

A Matter of Mesh

 When “Boston Billy” Rodgers won the Boston Marathon in 1975, setting his first American record at 2:09:55, he famously did so in a mesh tee he found in the trash. Inspired by his legendary performance, we scoured the earth for the very finest performance mesh to use across our Van Cortlandt Collection. Astonishingly lightweight and antimicrobial with a luxurious feel, you won’t find anything like our 2:09 Mesh in a dumpster.

Lou is 5'8" and wears a size Small.

Easy Does It

Designed in a classic relaxed crewneck silhouette, our signature sash adds understated flair to this all-season essential.

Flagstaff Fast

In the early weeks of training for the Saskatoon Marathon in May, James put the new Van Cortlandt Long Sleeve through its paces over a morning workout on Crimson Road in Flagstaff. James, a former 10k specialist, is eyeing his marathon debut in his hometown. The goal? Take back the title, which was held for years by a Saskatoon runner, from an interloping out-of-towner. 

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