The sweatshirt has been a runner’s staple long before Rocky dashed up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. We set out to craft relaxed, long-lasting sweats that could also handle some miles (or stair repeats). Made from an incredibly soft French terry with a looped back and ribbed details, our new Trackhouse Midweight Sweatshirt gets better and better with every run and every wash.
Tired of playing in itchy woolen jerseys, in 1926 Alabama quarterback Benjamin Russell Jr. dreamed up a breathable, cotton sweatshirt and had it manufactured at his father's firm. The staple was soon adopted by other athletes, including Betty Robinson, the first woman to win the 100-meter dash at the Olympics. Today, sportswear is now all-the-time-wear. Our relaxed midweight styles are cut from soft, breathable French terry that you'll want to live in.