Parisian running label Satisfy has just dropped off a capsule commemorating what is arguably one of the oldest and most celebrated road races in the world – the Boston marathon. The collection is styled by Raleigh-based musician Boulevards, who recently took part in the 26.2 mile race for the first time.

The capsule includes a bandana, shorts, singlet, T-shirt and hoodie, dressed in shades of indigo, black and white. The muted colours featured throughout the kit are designed to draw attention to the runner’s personality and highlight the importance of self-expression.

Notable pieces from the collection—including the pigment-dyed indigo hoodie and white singlet—arrive sporting Satisfy’s signature “Running Cult Member” logo, while other items house the brand’s wave logo or its proprietary MothTech ventilation system.

A flurry of functional details round out the offering, such as black pints for attaching the bib number, the brand’s ultralight and fast-drying Space-O™ fabric, and additional storage space required for lengthy runs.

Check out the shots below and cop the full range now from the brand’s website.satisfy-running-boston-marathon-collection-1satisfy-running-boston-marathon-collection-2satisfy-running-boston-marathon-collection-3satisfy-running-boston-marathon-collection-4satisfy-running-boston-marathon-collection-5satisfy-running-boston-marathon-collection-6