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Design story behind the product
50 years ago women were not allowed to compete in the Boston Marathon. For it was Katherine Switzer, who in 1967 became the first woman to run Boston as a registered entrant. She lined up and completed the marathon surrounded by hundreds of men, including a race official who tried to stop her, while wearing the official bib: 261

Details
Unisex, loose-fit style, based on men's sizing.
Male model is 1.87 cm - Wearing size L
Female model is 1.78 cm - Wearing size S

Product description
100% organic cotton.
"261" embroidered patch on the front.
Raglan-sleeved sweatshirt with wide ribbed round neckline.
Flatlock stitched. 
Machine wash at 30 degrees.
Don't bleach, don't tumble dry and don't dry clean.
Wash less for the environment.