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Running Apparel • March 12, 2024

What’s New From Roark Run Amok in Spring ’24

Roark Run Amok - spring 2024 shorts

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New apparel designs for spring 2024 from Roark Run Amok


Updated designs for Alta and Serrano shorts, Mathis Core tee, and Bless Up trail shirt


All available right now

Roark Run Amok - spring 2024 ocean

Photo courtesy of Drew Smith for Roark Run Amok

Roark Run Amok // Spring 2024

The clocks have finally moved forward (evening runners, rejoice), and nothing feels more like the return of the sun than the vibes of Roark Run Amok. Founded in SoCal, they embrace the culture of the outdoors and running in a casual and laid-back aesthetic that perfectly complements the go-forth-and-explore type of runner. We’ve been a huge fan of theirs for years as they’ve slowly but surely dialed in their run line. The point is– you don’t have to sacrifice performance for a great-looking short or shirt. Do your best with both and enjoy the ride.

Here’s what Roark Run Amok is cooking over the campfire in Spring 2024.

Photo courtesy of Drew Smith for Roark Run AmokPhoto courtesy of Drew Smith for Roark Run Amok

Our Favorite Roark Run Amok Gear for Spring


Baja Shorts 5” ($66)

Truth be told, these are my personal favorites from Roark Run Amok. I wear the forest green short all the time, while the newest black version is a bit more understated. I very much appreciate the waterproof rear pocket and the incredibly light fit and flexibility of the short. It’s one of the best shorts out there and I can’t recommend it enough.

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Roark Run Amok - alta short

Trail Running 

Bless Up Trail Shirt ($89)

Truthfully, we’ve never tried this shirt because whenever they release a new design it almost always sells out immediately. There’s a good reason it does– the shirt looks great, it’s built with a microperforated 4-way stretch, and it’s secured with rubber buttons. Versatility is key in any piece of great apparel, and the Bless Up trail shirt offers that quality in spades.

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Roark Run Amok - bless up tee 2024

Road or Trail Running 

Bommer 2.0 Shorts 7" ($89)

The best of both worlds, the Bommer features a full compression liner with a lower thigh cell phone pocket, in addition to a bunch of other pockets (including side slashes with magnetic closures). The lightweight 4-way stretch adapts to your movement and the whole thing is moisture-wicking and antimicrobial. Basically, this short rules, especially in a full OG camo colorway.

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Roark Run Amok - bommer short)


Mathis Core Tee ($49)

We’ve worn several versions of this shirt over the past few years, and continue to do so, because it’s one of the best tees out there. Constructed from a lightweight DriRelease jersey knit, it maintains a balance between performance apparel and traditional cotton. As such, it dries 4x faster than cotton, but retains that incredibly soft and worn-in feel that you get from your favorite tee. It also fits true to size, which is sometimes hard to nail down with t-shirts.

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Roark Run Amok - mathis tee 2024


Serrano 2.0 Shorts 8” ($69)

I’m not a long shorts type of guy. But many of you are, and too often, you either have to wear basketball shorts or really awful looking run shorts. The Serrano 2.0 solves all of that. To quote Roark: “Designed with an athletic and functional intent, the short is as ready for a trail run as it is for a coffee run.” With a DWR water-resistant finish, two hand pockets and zippered rear and stash pockets, this short is read for everything this summer.

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Roark Run Amok - serrano short
Roark Run Amok - spring 2024 road

Photo courtesy of Drew Smith for Roark Run Amok


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