For Chicago, From Chicago | Craig from 7onSundays

For Chicago, From Chicago | Craig from 7onSundays

For our Chicago '23 collection (here) we tapped run community luminaries from the all over the scene. Craig (aka @manymoreminimonsters) is a 7onSundays regular whose love for the sport is tightly related to its ability to connect communities. Hear more from Craig below.

HB: What excites you about running right now?

Craig: The endless possibilities of sharing it with others as well as inspiring others not to be afraid of putting themselves out there and someone will be there to catch them at what ever pace they they need.

HB: What do you love about Chicago?

Craig: Hands down the diversity of the neighborhoods and how they all rally around there run community/crews whether it’s coming out to run with us or just blowing the horn as they drive by as if to say “I see you” and appreciate you being out here setting a good example. The landscape here is so rich and diverse. People know each other. The nuances of the different neighborhoods is what makes Chicago. It’s the biggest livable city for me while still having neighborhood charm.

HB: What's your favorite thing about running with your crew?

Craig: Hands down the sense of community. It truly is my church. We congregate every Sunday for 7:00am service. We run 7 miles or 3.5 and welcome any and everyone. From educators, social workers, doctors, lawyers, even the the rehabilitated and a nun, we are all of these and even more. Running is what unites us all and this crew is a reflection of that. Accepting and diverse, the doors of the church (of the run) are open come inside. Sexy pace or fast, all are welcomed.

HB: As the world gets ready to join the Chicago running scene in October, what should they know?

Craig: We welcome them all with open arms and are so ready to share the greatness that is Chicago but even more the unique crews that make Chicago a city for ALL runners. Let’s do that y’all.


Inspired by 90s era Chicago when it defined sport and culture, Heartbreak’s ‘23 Chicago celebration collection melds hoop dreams with running fashion.

In 1995-96, the Bulls & MJ dazzled the world with their commitment to excellence every single night going 72-10, setting the regular season win record. The same year, they debuted the hot new black pin stripe uniform. That season and that team inspired athletes of every generation since for their drive, their dominance, & their style.

For Fall 2023, Heartbreak debuts its “Flying H” monogram. Designed in-house by Lucas Larson, the subtle lines of the pattern guide the eye with strong direction - always forward, always up.

Colored and styled with a nod to the greatest team ever, this one’s for our Chicagoans who run the streets all year, always forward, raising spirits, elevating the game, and inspiring the world. 

Shop the collection here.