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About Us


The Harrier was founded in 2020 with the goal of creating high quality content and apparel that is inspired by running culture, history, and current trends. We are firm believers that there's more to life than dri-fit running clothes. With ultra-comfy running streetwear from The Harrier, you can rep the culture before and after your run. Each piece is inspired by our sport's history and the latest trends.

Own your drip. Wear The Harrier.

Letter from the founder

Hi everyone, my name is Patrick Larson and I am employee 1 of 1 at The Harrier. I am a 2017 graduate of Luther College where I ran cross country and track. Like many in The Harrier community, running has played a big role in my life, both from a physical and mental health perspective. I have been fortunate to meet and develop relationships with so many incredible people as a result of my running. In addition to The Harrier, I'm currently training with The Collegeville Track Club in Minneapolis have my sights set on trying to qualify for the Marathon Olympic Trials in 2024. 

I'm grateful for all the love and support I've received from The Harrier community. I truly believe in the power of sport to transform lives and I want to create apparel and content that allows people to better celebrate the sport they love. None of this is possible without all of you and I can't wait to continue pushing the sport together.

I continue to be the sole employee at The Harrier which means each piece is designed, packaged, and shipped by me at Harrier HQ in Minneapolis, MN.  If you have ideas for a shirt, blog post, collaboration, video, etc., I would love to hear from you! 

Have Yourself a Day!

-Patrick Larson

 

   
  

“Running to him was real; the way he did it the realest thing he knew. It was all joy and woe, hard as a diamond; it made him weary beyond comprehension. But it also made him free.”

-John L Parker