Bandit Running's Spring 2024 Collection Converges Superior Performance With Contemporary Design

Photographed by Joe Greer, the 67-piece collection is a testament to the Brooklyn-based brand’s continous evolution.

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Bandit Running has returned with an expansive Spring 2024 collection centered on the theme of “rhythm and repetition.” Encompassing 67 pieces, the collection is not only the Greenpoint, Brooklyn-based brand’s largest release to date but also marks the introduction of several new silhouettes and fabrics.

Rhythm and repetition, a fitting motif for running, are subtly manifested in the patterns and textures that appear throughout the collection. Sports bras, cropped tanks and compression shorts come in a new ribbed texture, alongside new colorways of Bandit’s classic silhouettes. Jacquard long sleeves subtly integrate the brand name into a check pattern, while a tee is emblazoned with the mirrored word “Evolve” – a nod to Bandit’s mission to “Evolve Running.”

Rain-or-shine, runners are resilient folks and Bandit has built out its rolodex with garments engineered for the occasionally unpredictable Spring season. Newcomers to the lineup include a waterproof run jacket and a windbreaker, both of which feature elasticized trim around the wrists for optimal protection. And as the weather warms, the 3-inch and 5-inch inseam shorts come in a new perforated fabric, designed for sweat-wicking and breathability.

The square-neck Women’s Nova Crop, meanwhile, sees the ribbed texture return and presents itself as a stylish choice for long runs thanks to its two side pockets and four external pockets along the back, ideal for holding gels. Other key items rounding out the performance-minded mix include half-tights and zip-front crops.

For this season’s color palette, Bandit leaned into tension and contrast. A particular favorite shade in the collection was the creamy “Champagne,” appearing in the Resisto II Waterproof Jacket. Other colors comprise a dark navy, a greyish blue called “Skyline,” a chocolate brown dubbed “Umber” and the fiery orange “Flame.”

“Movement creates the dynamic energy of the clothing we create. Inspired by the runner, we emphasize form, line and color,” co-founder and chief designer Ardith Singh described. “This gives way to a sense of simplicity in existing, ever evolving-changing-morphing. Colors with a sense of weight are punctuated with hints of bright and high contrast, blocked prints. Inspired by Minimalism as an artistic movement, we challenge the preconceived notions of what runners are (or what they should be).”

The Spring 2024 collection also saw the brand join forces once again with marathoner and photographer Joe Greer, who previously photographed its Summer and Fall 2023 collections, for an abstract lookbook shot entirely on film.

Head to Bandit Running’s website to shop the Spring 2024 collection and view the lookbook in full.

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