We are excited to announce that the new apricot t-shirt collection has arrived! To help you with the ordering process, please see below for the answers to some frequently asked questions:
Yes, event personalisation is available within the cost of the new apricot t-shirts. Please select the ‘customisation’ button and you will be able to select your desired parkrun event.
The event personalisation will sit below the main parkrun logo and will be printed in a silver reflective material.
We don’t have immediate plans to make the apricot t-shirts in children’s sizes
The new apricot t-shirt is made by British sports brand ‘do’ and uses their super light and comfortable ‘sheer speed’ fabric. This is a high quality garment, featuring a technical poly/elastane fabric and laser cut ventilation. Whilst the apricot and milestone t-shirts are premium quality items, they are not the same style and fabric.
Possibly! We are working on adding to the apricot range and, subject to demand, hope to have more news over the coming months.
No, the new apricot t-shirts do not feature the UK flag.
Not currently, but they will be available outside of the UK soon.
Whilst £33 is a slight increase on the previous retail price, this reflects higher wholesale costs now than when we created the previous range four years ago in 2015; it’s a superior quality fabric; includes personalisation and includes free international shipping.
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