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Hong Kong x Kazy Chan
Limited Edition of 300
Limited edition running tank top with illustrations by the incredible Kazy Chan.
Designed for Runners
The Run That City tank was designed for you, with a loose fit and racerback. The artist’s illustrations remind you where you’ve been and what you’ve seen.
One in 300
A classic embroidered felt patch marks your unique number in this limited edition of 300. Your shirt is like no one else’s!
Material & Care
Made from high-quality, breathable and moisture-wicking fabric, this tank is light, soft to the touch and feels great against your skin.
At Run That City we love to find creative illustrators to work with. And to see how they showcase their hometown.
Please get in touch at email@example.com if you are an artist and would like to be involved in one of our future Editions.
This edition supports Hong Kong’s RunOurCity Foundation
RunOurCity Foundation is a Hong Kong-based charitable organization whose mission is to promote the benefits of running. The foundation’s programs are aimed primarily at Hong Kong’s youth as well as underpriveliged segments of the population. One of their core programs, Youth.ROC, has supported more than 12,000 young runners to date. To donate directly, or to get more information about the organisations, please go to runourcity.org.
10% of the profits from the Hong Kong x Kazy Chan run will be donated to RunOurCity.
We want you to go out and run in Hong Kong! We’ve recommended two iconic routes, which will help you take in the sights of downtown Hong Kong. The first is a more challenging run: a hilly 12km loop with beautiful views from Bowen Road and Victoria Peak. Alternatively, run along the waterfront in an 8km out and back route along the Kowloon waterfront.
These routes are available in the links below, where you can either follow along in the MapMyRun app or download the routes to your fitness watch or app.
Run one of our recommended routes, or run your own. Explore Hong Kong!
If these two routes aren’t moving you to get out in Hong Kong, choose your own course! Draw some inspiration from one of the routes we wrote about in our notebook. Either way, we’d love to hear where you decide to run.