Qualifying for Boston is something of a holy grail for many runners, and if you’ll be running the race this year, you have reason to be proud. There’s no better way to show off your Boston pride than with official Boston Athletic Association 117th Boston Marathon gear.
The 2013 Boston apparel from adidas is performance-focused as well as aesthetically aggressive. Wear it while you train for race day, or even when you’re just out running errands. Check out a few of our favorites from the collection:
adidas Official Boston Marathon Jacket
In the adidas Official Boston Marathon Jacket (view Women’s) you can represent your entry into the original American marathon whether you’re training or just kickin’ it with some friends on the weekend. This full zip jacket is wind- and water-resistant to protect you from the elements when your training sessions lead you into blustery weather, and the bold “BAA 26.2” on the back of the collar lets everyone know that you rocked Boston this year.
adidas Boston Official Race Hoody
If you’re like most athletes, you have a go-to hoody to snuggle into pretty much whenever you’re not training. The adidas Boston Official Race Hoody (view Women’s) lets you flaunt your Boston spirit when you’re on your way to the gym or just relaxing post-training session. Soft cotton provides coziness and warmth, while two large front hand pockets give you plenty of room to stash your media player, wallet and keys.
adidas Women’s Boston Marathon Supernova Tank
The adidas Women’s Boston Marathon Supernova Tank is all about supreme breathability and freedom of movement. Racerback design provides full range of motion, and large mesh back panel offers excellent ventilation on hot days. The silhouette of this little number is sure to flatter your fierce form in the gym or on race day.
adidas Men’s Boston Marathon Supernova Short Tight
Get race-day ready in the adidas Men’s Boston Marathon Supernova Short Tight. The fully gusseted crotch and stretch fabric will give you full range of motion, and a mesh panel along the lower back provides a little extra ventilation when you start to crank up the intensity on your training sessions or as you kick to the finish line.