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Van Cortlandt Singlet

Size Guide

Our Spring and Fall 2017 singlets have been refined to fit true-to-size.

SMALL

Chest 37"
Front Length 26"
Back Length 26.75"

MEDIUM

Chest 39"
Front Length 26.5"
Back Length 27.25"

LARGE

Chest 41"
Front Length 27"
Back Length 27.75"

X-LARGE

Chest 43"
Front Length 27.5"
Back Length 28.25"

All measurements are garment sizing

A Track Tradition

The singlet is a race day staple, but that doesn’t mean it needs to be basic. To craft our signature singlet, we started with an astonishingly lightweight performance mesh and an iconic design element that traces it roots to the 19th century. 

2:09 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. Astonishingly lightweight and antimicrobial with a luxurious feel you won’t find anything like our 2:09 Mesh in a dumpster.

The Sash

The Tracksmith sash is inspired by the Cornell track and field teams of the late 1800’s. Athletes who scored points at the league championships earned a satin sash, sewn over the “C” on their singlet. It’s an symbol of excellence that we hope will inspire runners to perform at a level worthy of all those who’ve worn it before. 

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.

​Mike Carlone put the Van Cortlandt Singlet to the test at the Dick Doobey Invitational. He ran 4:24.5 for the win.​

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