Anything but your typical race shirt. The front boldly reads Race for Equality, while the logos on the back reveal issues preventing us from all being able to run free. Racism, misogyny, discrimination and poverty – we see you.
Details: 52% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 48% polyester, charcoal tank with light grey ink
This tank combines the softness of cotton with the breathability and lightweight qualities of poly. Wear it to run or to lounge - you’re good either way. Produced in 100% sweatshop free and eco-friendly facilities, printed in Portland, Oregon.
Sizing: Women’s fit, runs on the small side. If you're between sizes, we suggest sizing up. Please view size chart carefully.
Third Monday in April believes in a world where we can all run free. We donate a portion of our profits to organizations working to create social justice. Read more about who we’re donating to over on our About Page.