Tracksmith has quickly become one of the athleisure space’s most popular boutique brands, so it’s no surprise to see it collaborate with J.Crew on a new capsule.
Primarily based around the same preppy feel we’re accustomed to seeing from J.Crew, this collection features a variety of workout-ready pieces that are just as easy to wear casually. Moreover, this traditional style works seamlessly with that of the Boston-bred clothier, and each piece showcases it. Starting with the Harrier long-sleeve crewneck, composed of plush merino wool and breathable nylon, deeming it the perfect choice for brisk morning runs. Speaking of brisk, the collaborative Fells turtleneck is another piece to consider with winter right around the corner.
Additional pieces include the antimicrobial Van Cortlandt Grand shorts with a 4” inseam, a traditional hoodie with a kangaroo pocket, and a cozy pair of green merino wool gloves. As added trivia, the gloves take inspiration from the pair Olympian Bill Rodgers wore to win the Boston Marathon, so you’re in good hands with them. Considering Tracksmith’s clothing is consistently made to high standards, it’s great to see the performance brand get tapped for notable collaborations like this, as it previously worked with the likes of PUMA and Noah.
Tracksmith and J.Crew’s first collaboration is available on J.Crew’s webshop starting from $20.