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Running Apparel • March 22, 2024

Janji Brings Cooling Vibes with its All-New City Collection

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Our favorite gear from Janji for Spring 2024


Visors are back! Also, boxy tee for women and men’s ultra short


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Would love to know more about that hip bag (photo courtesy of Janji)

Janji Releases the City Collection for Spring/Summer 2024

Nothing speaks spring as much as the colorways in a Janji drop, and with the second release of the Spring/Summer Aegean Collection, they’ve tied together performance fabrics with sleek styling for a head-turning fit.

As a follow-up to its all-new mountain collection, Janji’s City Collection features an array of warm weather apparel, with some updates to key staples as well as a handful of brand-new pieces.

And in case you forgot– every season Janji gives back to clean water projects around the world, and this collection gives back to GWP Mediterranean. To percent of proceeds from all Janji purchases will go towards funding improvements to the irrigation system at Pankritio Stadium, home of the Ergotelis Football Club. Reducing the water needs of the stadium is anticipated to save the equivalent water consumption of 140 people per day.

Check out what we’re loving from the collection.

Our Picks From Janji


AFO Middle Short Ultra ($78)

When out for long endurance events, storage is key. This short features six pockets for gels, cards, phones, first aid, and whatever else you need. It even has an elastic key loop. Reflective detailing around the pockets adds extra visibility for an incredibly lightweight and quick-drying short.

Shop The Shorts

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Circa Daily Tee ($58)

Ultra-soft with a four-way stretch, this tee is premium comfort wear for both on and off the run. It’s quick-drying and features an ergonomic fit, making it ideal for any activity.

Shop The Tee

janji spring 2024 - circuit tee


AFO Hyperlight Visor ($38)

Apparently it’s the year 2000 again, because visors are back. It makes sense– the visor is the ultimate in utility for keeping cool on summer days, and this one in particular is “ponytail-friendly, hyperlight, and crushes down for stashing while on the go.” The Velcro-free bungee toggle back is a nice upgrade from all those old school head hoops we used to wear.

Shop The Visor


Circa Daily Boxy Tee ($48)

Made from the same soft cotton blend as the Circuit tee and AFO racerback, the Circa Boxy Tee gives the option of a more fashion-forward running top with a slightly cropped fit that hits right at the waist. Great for … pretty much everything.

Shop The Shirt


Zephyrunner Wind Shell ($128)

A multi-faceted jacket can be a lifesaver in changing conditions. The Zephyrunner features a hyperlight and durable nylon shell (water-resistant) that blocks the wind and provides solid breathability thanks the back panel venting. A bungee hem and hood toggle allow for extra adaptability and the whole thing stows into its own chest pocket in a small bundle. Also, unlike the Patagonia Houdini, it has hand pockets. Win.

Shop The Jacket (Men / Women)

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3” AFO Rhythm Short ($70)

Combining Janji’s staple short (the AFO) with a more relaxed fit and modern design, the Rhythm short is made from an ultralight stretch woven fabric with a soft, high-rise flat waistband. Zippered rear pocket and front liner pocket provide storage options on the go.

Shop The Short

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Circa Daily Racerback Tank ($44)

For everyday wear or running apparel, the Racerback Tank is made of an ultra-soft Pima cotton/recycled polyester blend with a four-way stretch. It’s the perfect top for everything summer.

Shop The Tank

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