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Eliot Track Jacket

Size Guide

X-SMALL

Chest 33"
Front Length 24.25"
Sleeve 28.25"

SMALL

Chest 35"
Front Length 25"
Sleeve 28.75"

MEDIUM

Chest 37"
Front Length 25.75"
Sleeve 29.25"

LARGE

Chest 39"
Front Length 26.5"
Sleeve 29.75"

All measurements are garment sizing

COLD WEATHER WARM UP

The track jacket has long been a running staple, but it’s never been a true performance piece, especially in colder New England weather. We wanted to change that – crafting a technical track jacket that holds its own on the warm-up for a November cross country meet or grinding through a chilly tempo run. We've made both material and functional improvements on the classic track jacket silhouette.

LONG LIVE THE ELIOT

Early woven track jackets were made from lightweight synthetic nylons that didn’t breathe and had little stretch. They worked well warming up at a spring track meet, but ended up in the back of the closet come fall. Our update utilizes innovative Eliot Stretch fabric - a Dryskin textile from Schoeller with four-way stretch that’s moisture wicking, abrasion resistant and water-repellent. 

Made specifically for foul-weather endurance activities, the secret of Eliot Stretch lies in its double-weave construction: nylon fibers on the outside and Coolmax fibers on the inside rapidly move moisture away from the skin while keeping mother nature at bay.

THE LITTLE THINGS

Although the fabric does the heavy lifting, the small details are what round out the Eliot Jacket. We lined the high collar with our Inverno Blend for warmth and comfort and added partial elasticated cuffs to keep the arms snug. Zippered pockets keep  personal items secured on the run. 

SWISS INNOVATION

The roots of some of running’s highest performance fabrics date back to 1849 when a German named Rudolph Schoeller began manufacturing textiles in Silesia. In 1868 he moved to Switzerland to open the country's first worsted yarn spinning mill. As rapid industrial growth transformed manufacturing, Schoeller kept pace, embracing technological progress to speed production and automation. 

Today, Schoeller Textil AG is known world-wide for producing the most innovative fabrics and technologies for peak athletic performance. They were also the first textile manufacturer to receive the bluesign® award for sustainable development. 

WELLEY TO THE ELLY

Boston’s beloved Eliot Lounge hosted a New Year’s Day tradition - Welley to the Elly - 13.1 hung over and hilly miles on the marathon course from Wellesley back to the Eliot. We named our signature Eliot Stretch after the famed bar and it seems only fitting to use the name for this update on a throwback. Not to mention it’s the perfect jacket for a frosty New Year’s morning run in New England.

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