We’d expect that when the minds of a former Yale runner and the co-founder of Rapha cycling come together, the result will be extraordinary. Accordingly, here we present Tracksmith, who presents a sartorial-minded alternative to modern running gear, tinged by the canon of American collegiate racing. Small visual cues, such as the diagonal stripe on the Van Cortlandt singlet, make reference to the heritage of competitive running dating back to the 1800s. Racing pieces are composed of Swiss 2:09 Mesh, the lightest, most breathable material the duo could find, while a T-shirt and technical shorts round out the offering from this burgeoning brand. Check out the admittedly beautiful lookbook above and head here to immerse yourself in the world of Tracksmith – surely a brand to follow in the coming seasons.