...a durable transfer with all of your mile split goals printed in large font so that you can read easily while running.
...beneficial to runners of any experience level and is available in 20 different finish times, including all Boston Qualifier times for men and women.
...lightweight and unobtrusive. It is there when you need it and out of your way when you don't. Say goodbye to paper pace bracelets and Sharpie-covered arms.
...a simple and convenient tool for keeping track of your pace. At each mile marker, simply glance at PaceTat to see if you're on target!
...easy to apply before the race. Simply wet with water, peel away backing, let dry, and run!
|"I just got back from running Boston. I was wearing yet another PaceTat. This time I was going for the sub 3:00 and I came in at 2:59:14. I just ordered a couple 2:55 PaceTats. My 2 year goal is to run a 2:43. What I haven't figured out is how I am going to do it without a PaceTat. Thanks for getting me to Boston initially, and then setting a new PR while there!! I even stopped to kiss a Wellsley College girl."
- Boston Marathon runner