tasc Performance is the official gear of the Crescent City Classic
We are pumped to once again partner with the Crescent City Classic for a season of racing throughout the Big Easy. As a New Orleans born and based company, we are thrilled to bring our signature fabrics to this signature New Orleans event!
The Allstate Sugar Bowl Crescent City Classic is a New Orleans institution. Like Jazz Fest or Mardi Gras, this 10k road race is a much loved and much anticipated city-wide annual event. Held in New Orleans on the Saturday before Easter Sunday each year, thousands of runners from across the country and of course, many New Orleans locals, run, walk, and second-line across the city in this race.
If you've run, walked or cheered someone on at any of the qualifying Crescent City Classic races this year, you've probably seen our tasc tent or mobile store at the finisher festival. Each race, we offer official Crescent City Classic logo merchandise on your favorite tasc Performance gear! We've also designed a signature race day T for each of the races this year, including The Fall Classic and the St. Patrick's Day Classic.
THE BIG EVENT, the CCC10K, is right around the corner on March 26th. We can't wait for you to get our newest tasc Performance + Crescent City Classic gear out on race day! We'll also be at the CCC10K Health and Wellness Expo at the Hyatt New Orleans on March 24th and 25th - be sure to look for our mobile store when you pick up your race day bag and number and be among the first to get 2016 CCC10K gear!
You can check out a few of our 2016 CCC10K Designs right here. We'll be getting one of everything! Which designs are you fave?
The Classic is New Orleans’ (and the region’s) premier 10k road race, and one of the oldest 10k races in the nation. For 37 years, it has combined world class competition, amateur participation and great fun for all participants. Each year, over 20,000 people gather in Downtown New Orleans for an event that attracts everyone from international Elite Athletes to those who walk the entire route carrying cocktails or wearing bunny suits. Young, old, fit and not so, the Crescent City Classic was the first 10k to be televised nationally, and is, to this day, perhaps the most fun you can have over 6.2 miles. The Classic has been praised in every major running publication as “one of America’s fastest 10k’s”, “the originator of the party race”, “an Easter Weekend tradition that should never be missed” and “a great race, on a beautiful course in America’s most unique city”.