Odette technical t-shirt in recycled fibers | Women
The iconic orange Spiridon T-shirt from 1972 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.
Odette* , runner and photographer, historical figure of the Spiridon magazine and movement.
In the 1970s and 1980s, thousands of runners in France, Belgium, Switzerland and the United States wore the Spiridon T-shirt as a sign of their belonging to this movement which defended a new philosophy of running: free, joyful, supportive, generous and above all open to women.
- Colour: Minium orange.
- 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 : vintage 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.
- Styling, model making and graphic creation 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.
* Odette Roig: generosity and endurance in the service of Spiridon
Odette was just twenty years old, when Spiridon was created, when she wrote to the editor-in-chief to tell him of her passion for long-distance running, long ignored or even despised in high places. She had just taken part in a 100 km event in Germany, where she met René Espinet, one of the pioneers of this distance, who told her about Spiridon, a “different” magazine. Odette wasted no time in offering her services to the magazine, where she would work for years in the subscription management. There will also be her photographic contribution, because she knew how to appreciate and then admire the human aspect of the long-term effort.