Jeans T-shirt | Male


Jean technical t-shirt in recycled fibers | Man _

The iconic 1972 Spiridon T-shirt in eco-responsible breathable technical fabric. 100% Made in Europe (from the origin of the yarn to the making, including the knitting).

Yarn labeled Newlife™, Oeko-Tex® and Global Recycle standard®, certified anti-bacterial, anti-odour, UV resistant, favoring thermoregulation, easy to dry, light and ultra-soft.

Jean* , apostle of the free race, pioneer of the review and of the Spiridon movement.

In the 1970s and 1980s, thousands of runners in France, Belgium, Switzerland and the United States wore this Spiridon T-shirt, a sign of their belonging to this movement which defended a new philosophy of running: free, joyful, supportive, generous and inclusive.

  • Color: navy blue.
  • Material: recycled polyester yarn Newlife™ .
  • Composition : 92% recycled PET (from the recycling of mineral water bottles and food packaging) 8% EA (elastane).
  • Design : styling: Caroline; model making: Sébastien; artistic direction: Gaëlle.
  • Graphics : original historical creation by Karel Matejovsky, 1972.
  • Cut : straight cut, short sleeves, round neck, embroidered crest on the left sleeve.
  • Care instructions : wash inside out at 30° on delicate cycle, do not tumble dry, iron inside out at low temperature, wash dark colors separately.

Product traceability

  • Styling, model making and graphic design made in Annecy and Chambéry.
  • Fabric : recycled knit knitted and dyed in Isère (France).
  • Manufacturing : in the region of Porto in Portugal, in a workshop selected for its know-how and its ethics.


* Jean Ritzenthaler, apostle of free running and the spiridon spirit

Born in 1941, Jean was the tireless and discreet devotion to a noble cause, in pursuit of an idea, the free race placed within everyone's reach. For example, he was the first in France to open the marathon to women. It was in Neuf-Brisach, in 1971, just before the birth of Spiridon. He had just met Noël Tamini thanks to the forum of readers of the late "Le Miroir de l'Athlétisme".

Jean Ritzenthaler – always smiling – good runner, was an outstanding organizer. He had had the idea of ​​offering his services to the magazine's subscription management, linking subscribers to Odette Roig. In a world where talkers and “yakas” abound, this Alsatian stood out with his humility and his know-how, his dynamism and his kindness.

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