Spirit organic cotton t-shirt | Male
The original t-shirt, released in 1973. More than a cotton jersey...a legend.
In the 1970s, we ran in cotton. And it's this orange t-shirt, adorned with the little barefoot man and the slogan "all run with us", that the Spiridoniens wore in Marvejols-Mende, Morat-Fribourg, NYC... It's this one that we find on all the archive photos and in the images of the doc. Free to run, devoted to the history of contemporary running.
We have testimonials from elders who explain to us that they were "fired" from clubs affiliated with the Athletics Federation for having dared to wear it! In the 1970s, running with this jersey was a militant act, a sign of commitment to free running and running for all... and it was not well seen by the authorities.
The DOC. Free to run perfectly explains the state of mind of the time. We understand that this jersey had a meaning that went far beyond the circle of running.
More than a jersey... a legend. It was impossible for us not to reissue it in organic cotton (alongside its technical model in recycled fibers (the Christmas t-shirt) which offers all the comfort we expect today from a running t-shirt. )
The T-shirt origins, reissued in organic cotton jersey. 100% Made in Europe (from knitting to tailoring).
- Color: original vintage orange.
- Matter : 100% organic cotton jersey (170 gr.) l labeled Gots ® and Oeko - Tex ®, knitted and dyed in Portugal.
- Design : styling: Caroline; model making: Sébastien; artistic direction: Gaëlle.
- Graphics : original historical creation by Karel Matejovsky, 1972.
- Cut : straight cut, 70's style short sleeves slightly tightened by the ribbed finish, round neck with ribbed finish, 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 design made in Annecy.
- Fabric : cotton knitted and dyed in Portugal.
- Manufacturing : in the region of Porto in Portugal, in the best European workshop, selected for its know-how and its ethics: Pératex