It's not often that running and drinking go hand in hand, but when they do, it's a thing of beauty. New England based apparel brand, Tracksmith, just dropped a new collection of shirts that marry your two favorite past times (beer and running) together in perfect harmony.

The new collection of running shirts is inspired by the beers and bars of New England and the golden age of road racing. Back in 1973, a New England bartender named Tommy Leonard founded the Falmouth Road Race to celebrate Frank Shorter’s Olympic Marathon gold medal in Munich the year before, and to raise money for the Falmouth Girls Track Club. The race went from bar to bar throughout New England, and Tracksmith is paying homage. Dubbed the Bar Run Grayboy collection, the shirts feature a logo of each bar and are made from the highest quality cotton available to offer the breathability and and feel runners are looking for.

Wonder if Tracksmith heard about the recent study that showed a connection between alcohol and working out, and how the two are much more associated then you could ever imagine. Check out the full collection of shirts below, crack open a beer, and head to Tracksmith to grab the look your feeling the most.

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Image via Tracksmith

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Image via Tracksmith

Image via Tracksmith
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