1967 - Kathrine Switzer becomes the first woman to run the Boston Marathon. The writer uses the nickname K.V. Switzer to participate. Despite the obstacles and the men trying to prevent it, it finishes in 4h20. From 1967 to 1972, organizers explicitly forbid women the right to run the marathon. In 1974, the writer won the New York marathon in the women's category. Pioneer and model, her courage inspires us.
Kathrine Sweatshirt - Matisse print
The Kathrine sweatshirt is the essential piece of the 3rd collection. At the confluence of sport and fashion, this sweatshirt will accompany you whatever your practice.
This colorful sweatshirt, inspired by art, evokes the colorful patterns painted by Matisse.
The neoprene type material was chosen for its comfort and softness.
The sweatshirt is called Kathrine in reference to Kathrine Switzer, the one who paved the way for women to run marathons just like men.
Made In Italy
7 to 15 days for Europe, and 15 to 25 days for North America.
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