This sweatshirt was made with details from the 1930s in mind, an era where wool sweaters and cotton sports sweatshirts overlapped.

The fabric is knitted on a loopwheel machine, using cotton yarn on the frontside whilst wool yarn is used for the backside. The final fabric produced is extremely warm and durable enough to be used as outerwear. 

Due to the fabric having a risk of shrinkage in the width, the body of the sweatshirt is cut and sewn with side seams rather than a tubular body straight off the loopwheel machinery. The sweatshirt features front and back gussets and the sewing thread is one-count thicker than usual to keep up with the thickness of the 13oz. cotton-wool fabric.

  • Cotton Wool Loopwheel Fabric
  • Made in Japan