Company will sell official merchandise online and during race weekend, as well as supply athlete and volunteer technical t-shirts

SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA — Offering a comfortable and “green” recycled t-shirt, a Portland based race apparel company has been selected by the San Luis Obispo Marathon, Half Marathon + 5K races as the official race t-shirt and merchandiser. Greenlayer will be selling official race gear — t-shirts, zips, hats and more online and at the SLO Life Expo on Earth Day weekend, April 20–22.

“Greenlayer has high quality, great wearing technical t-shirts that we know our athletes will love for training and racing,” says Heather Hellman, Event Director. “Their recycled t-shirt also helps us keep our commitment to be green race.”

All marathon and half marathon participants will receive a long-sleeve tech t-shirt, the 5K participants will receive a short sleeve t-shirt. Even the SLO Marathon volunteers will receive a tech t-shirt made of recycled material. The online merchandise store for the event will be open by mid-February. Customers can navigate to the store by clicking the Merchandise link on the SLO Marathon website.

“Greenlayer is excited to partner with the San Luis Obispo Marathon and Half to present this year’s athletes with an exciting line of eco-friendly merchandise.”

About Greenlayer

Portland, Oregon-based Greenlayer is a sports apparel company, founded by two Ironman Triathletes. Greenlayer offers one of the industry’s largest selections of environmentally-responsible performance apparel for running, multi-sport, and training. Greenlayer produces an innovative collection of sustainable apparel technologies that have made them a leader in the grass roots channels of running, training, and multisport. The Greenlayer team offers cutting edge apparel graphic design for races and retail, along with some of the most comfortable, and best fitting apparel in the industry. Greenlayer is committed to offering a sustainable apparel collection that is attainable for the weekend warrior and the committed athlete. To learn more, visit Greenlayer at