Prep For Winter Running With Tracksmith’s Stylish Cross Country Gear

Nov 14, 2019

Category: Gear

Known for crafting handsome and functional apparel designed specifically for runners, Tracksmith has built up quite a reputation. But the whole endeavor can be traced back to an undying passion for long-distance running. Now, the brand is getting back to their roots for a brand-new collection of cross country running gear for the fall of 2019.

Illustrating the near-perfect balance of stylishness and function that Tracksmith does so well, this lineup of gear is comprised of a number of new pieces — including a pair of jackets, a pair of pullovers, an overshirt, a singlet, a base layer tee, and two pairs of pants — as well as some returning styles. And each of them is made for athletic usage — using materials like durable merino wool and waffle-knit fabric — but, honestly, would look just as good off the track as style pieces. Whether you’re a hardcore marathon runner or you just like to go for a casual jog every so often, you can get this stylish running gear starting at $78.

Purchase: $78+

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