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Van Cortlandt Singlet

Size Guide

Our Fall and Spring 2017 singlets have been refined to fit true-to-size. If you purchased a 2015 or 2016 singlet, we recommend going up one size. Garment measurements are below, but if you have questions please reach out to


Chest 31"
Front Length 22.5"
Back Length 23.25"


Chest 33"
Front Length 24"
Back Length 24.75"


Chest 35"
Front Length 24.5"
Back Length 25.25"


Chest 37"
Front Length 25.25"
Back Length 26"

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 its roots to the 19th century. 

Soft, lightweight anti-microbial 2:09 Mesh singlet
Slim fit cut
Gold pins on satin label for race day

82% Polyester / 18% Spandex with Antimicrobial
Wash Cold
Do Not Bleach
Tumble Dry Low

Kate Raphael is 5'5" and wears a Small.


Wilma Rudolph with her impossibly long gait and high neckline. Joan Benoit, white hat in hand, becoming the first woman to win the Olympic marathon. And you - blazing your own path day in and day out. The mesh singlet has been a race day staple for decades.

We set out to update this classic piece, scouring the earth for the very finest fabric. We found it in our luxurious and antimicrobial 2:09 Mesh — so lightweight, you’ll forget it’s there. And that’s a good thing.


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. 


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 training and racing leads to a richer and more thrilling life. It makes us better human beings.

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