Pace; peace: We think it's nifty just one letter separates those two words. Feel secure in the speed you are running, because you know it brings you joy and contentment. (Or, at least, a few squabble-free moments as you get in your miles.)
This tee has got you covered coming and going: On the front, it sports our logo of a pair of women's running shoes. The gotcha-line of "I'm a mother runner. Try to keep up." is on the back so folks read it after you pass them! Sassy, not snarky, the message works on several levels.
We ♥ the design of this tee, which features the signature phrase of the mother runner tribe. Not only does this short-sleeve tee literally say, "badass mother runner," but it also proclaims it by featuring a heart tattoo that reads "mother." (Badass, right?!)
For this redesign of our always-get-laughs tee, we turned up the volume on the joke by embedding the phrase into a cartoon graphic inspired by the iconic paintings of Roy Lichtenstein. We love the result, and know you will, too!
We love running in Oregon, home to TrackTown USA, countless miles of trails, and roads with pedestrian-respecting motorists. To celebrate the miles run in this verdant, eco-friendly state and to sell at race expos where Sarah will be woman'ing an AMR booth, we created this limited-edition technical tee. Perfect for training runs or racing.
We ♥ the design of this V-neck tee, which features the signature phrase of the mother runner tribe. Not only does this long-sleeve tee literally say, "badass mother runner," but it also proclaims it by featuring a heart tattoo that reads "mother." (Badass, right?!)
Whether you running from a dreary day or imagine you're zipping away from zombies, let this technical tank top carry you far and fast! Its message was suggested by a mother runner in our tribe, and we think it speaks volumes.
Whether your goal is to bravely start and finish, or you're training to finish strong, somewhere along the way--as your feet carry you mile by mile--you'll discover you were, indeed, strong all along. A mom going through a tumultuous divorce suggested this open-to-interpretation phrase, and we feel it speaks volumes, whether on a training run or ripping...