Jogger 4 Women


Strictly for the ladies, our Jogger Scoop Tee in our E|C Yellow Snow color.

Embrace the "Jogger" in you, in this vintage inspired tee.

In the United States, there was a boom in the 1970s in competitive road running and in jogging for recreation and fitness. It is estimated that 25 million Americans took up some aspect of running in the 1970s and 1980s; including President Jimmy Carter.  Many running events, shoe and apparel manufacturers grew and formed to accommodate the demand.

Women were just beginning to become accepted as athletes. Road running and marathoning became a place they could excel. Female pioneers including Katherine Switzer, Jacqueline Hansen and Miki Gorman led other women to believe they could run seriously. Little Mary Decker, Francie Larrieu andNorway's Grete Waitz were all part of a phenomenon that culminated in Joan Benoit's 1984 Olympic Marathon victory, which itself inspired more women to run. Title IX, mandating gender equality, was passed in the United States in 1972, opening up scholastic athletic opportunities for women. 

Printed on our ridiculously soft, 3.7 oz, 100% cotton tee.

Jogger 4 Women

$ 10.00  $ 35.00

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