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General Running • November 28, 2023

Tracksmith Drops Limited-Edition “Save Track” Grayboy

tracksmith save track grayboy on man and woman on running track

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What You Need To Know

The What

Limited-edition “Save Track” Grayboy tee

The Why

Proceeds benefit the Tracksmith Foundation, supporting the accessibility and longevity of track and field

Price & Availability

November 28 for $70

Help Save Track

Proof that cotton has not gone the way of the brontosaurus, the Tracksmith Grayboy tee is a throwback to simpler times, when you just threw on a t-shirt and ran. A time when track ruled supreme in the world of running, serving as a hallowed place for records to be made and then broken.

Which is why, on this Giving Tuesday, Tracksmith is releasing the Save Track Grayboy, a limited-edition shirt that pays homage to that legacy and the driving force behind the Tracksmith Foundation, whose mission revolves around broadening the accessibility of collegiate Track and Field programs and the effort to keep them from being cut or eliminated.

tracksmith save track grayboy worn by man and woman

To maintain ongoing support of the program, Tracksmith will donate 100% of all proceeds from the sale of the shorts to directly fund the Tracksmith Foundation’s mission and efforts.

Made in Massachusetts from Tracksmith’s revised Varsity Cotton blend fabric, the Save Track Grayboy is offered in an all-gender cut and sizing. Royal blue lettering complements the off-white cotton of the t-shirt, while standard Grayboy details remain present, like the hare on the sleeve and the red racing stripe on the rear collar.

The Save Track Grayboy will be available on Giving Tuesday (November 28) for $70 at

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