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Van Cortlandt Shorts

Size Guide

Sizing

Men

  XS S M L XL
Chest 32 - 34" 35 - 37" 38 - 40" 41 - 43" 44 - 46"
Natural Waist 28 - 30" 29 - 31" 32 - 34" 35 - 37" 38 - 40"
Hip 31 - 33" 34 - 36" 37 - 39" 40 - 42" 43 - 45"

Women

  XS S M L  
Chest 30 - 32" 32 - 34" 34 - 36" 36 - 38"  
Natural Waist 23 - 25" 25 - 27" 27 - 29" 29 - 31"  
Hip 32 - 34" 34 - 36" 36 - 38" 38 - 40"  
Dress Size 00 0 - 2 4 - 6 8 - 10  

Garment Measurements

SMALL

Waist 28" - 29"
Inseam 4"

MEDIUM

Waist 30" - 31"
Inseam 4"

LARGE

Waist 32" - 33"
Inseam 4"

X-LARGE

Waist 34" - 35"
Inseam 4"

Fast Not Loose

The Van Cortlandt Shorts strike the ideal balance between race-ready function and common good taste. It starts by defining the proper "short short" shape - one built for speed, but cut for dignity. Falling in the 4" inseam sweet spot and made from a lightweight and antimicrobial fabric, these shorts are a simple, modern take on the classic running short silhouette.

Lightweight Anti-Microbial Mesh Body 
Brief Liner
Slim Fitting, Mid-Rise With 4" Inseam
Internal Back Pockets For Keys Or Credit Card

Fabric
82% Polyester / 18% Spandex

Care
Wash Cold
Do Not Bleach
Tumble Dry Low

Rio is 6' and wears a size Medium.

QUALITY FROM THE INSIDE OUT

A running short is only as good as its liner. So we built these from the inside out, using the same near-weightless, anti-stink 2:09 Mesh as the rest of the short. It's stitched with three separate panels for a more considered, comfortable fit. We finished the liner with two small pockets below the back waistband for stowing keys or credit cards.

Race Day
Is Sacred

We believe in competition and the meritocracy of racing. Not because winning and losing is particularly important, but because competition sends us on an innately human journey. The profound physical and mental demands of racing lead to a richer and more thrilling life. It makes us better human beings.

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