A sideline-ready jacket made from water-repellent nylon-elastane blend with four-way stretch.
A New Staple
The coaches jacket has long been a staple on the cross country course, but hasn’t been upgraded since Adams State perfect scored Nationals in 1992. Ours utilizes a four-way stretch fabric that protects without overheating. Classic styling harkens back to the original style, while looking and feeling thoroughly modern.
Four-Way Stretch Woven Fabric, Mesh Lining
Snap Buttons And Drawstring Waist
Two Hand Pockets And Interior Phone Pocket
Body - 100% Polyester - 155 gsm
Body lining is 82% Polyester / 18% Spandex mesh, 145gm/m2
Sleeve lining is 92% Polyester / 8% Spandex, 105gm/m2
Machine Wash Cold With Like Colors
Do Not Bleach
Tumble Dry Low
Do Not Dry Clean
Better Than Ever
Fans of cross country will remember the swish-swish of spectators jogging between the best viewpoints on the course. Many will also remember - with less nostalgia - the cling of nylon to skin, of poor breathability and poor construction.
That’s why we’ve updated the beloved coaches jacket with breathable, lightweight, water-repellent fabrics and high-quality construction. It’s a versatile companion for warm-up, travel and spectating packed into a silhouette that’s reminiscent of classic American athletic style.
The jacket has a relaxed fit and features tonal snap buttons. A channeled drawstring with a leather pig nose closure at the bottom hem allows you to cinch the jacket tight. The shell is made from a mid-weight four-way stretch woven that’s ideal for shoulder seasons and the interior is lined with an antimicrobial and lightweight mesh for breathability.
For Cold Hands
Few things are more comforting than balling up the hands, gloves and all, into a set of spacious jacket pockets. Overlapped welt pockets will securely hold your essentials while an interior pocket is perfect for stashing a phone.
Devon Martin has been leading Central Park Track Club, New York’s biggest club team, for years. Mary Cain spoke to Martin about her career, passion and commitment to being a leader for female coaches in the sport.