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Trackhouse Sweatshirt

An update on the classic hoodie sweatshirt delivered in a heavyweight reverse-weave cotton.

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Trackhouse Sweatshirt

  XS S M L XL
Chest 36.5" 38.5" 40.5" 42.5" 44.5"
Body Length 23" 23.5" 24" 24.5" 25"
Sleeve 23.75" 24.25" 24.75" 25.25" 25.75"

Future Classic

The Trackhouse Sweatshirt is an elevated take on a team classic, delivered in a durable yet soft reverse-weave cotton blend that won’t pill. Ribbed side gussets, cuffs and hem help keep the garment’s shape over time, and a large kangaroo pocket. 

Runs Large
Air Dry After Washing To Preserve Size
Shrink Down As Desired By Tumble Drying On High
Available In Size XS-XL
Reverse-Weave Cotton Blend
Ribbed Side Gussets And Hem

Fabric
80% Cotton
20% Polyester
410 gsm

Care
Machine Wash Warm Water
Wash with Like Colors
Do Not Bleach
Cold Rinse
Tumble Dry on Low

Susan is 5'6" and wearing a Small.

Any Given Sunday

Every team has a track house. And on any given Sunday, after the long run is complete and pancakes have been eaten, you can find athletes lounging in their sweats as they recover from another heavy mileage week. While this tradition has held strong for decades, today’s sweats have not: cheap, plastic-feeling fabrics and unnecessary details, like welded pockets and zippers, had us yearning for something more.

A True Original

To recreate the feel and durability of these originals, we hunted high and low for this hard-wearing and hand-me-down-worthy fabric. We also nixed the drawstrings, not only to avoid their bouncing around but also to deliver the lived-in feel of the best sweats. The kangaroo pocket makes it easy to stash your phone or keys.

Wears In, Not Out

We’ve long obsessed over classic team-issued gear - that symbol of belonging handed out at the beginning of the season. Meant to last from freshman to senior year, from post-workout to class, with every accumulated stain a badge of honor. All too often these sweatshirts get lost in the post-grad shuffle, or worse, stolen at a meet or “borrowed” by a significant other.