Reverse Weave Heavyweight Pullover Hoodie in Purple
Reverse Weave Heavyweight Pullover Hoodie in Purple
Reverse Weave Heavyweight Pullover Hoodie in Purple
Reverse Weave Heavyweight Pullover Hoodie in Purple
Reverse Weave Heavyweight Pullover Hoodie in Purple
Reverse Weave Heavyweight Pullover Hoodie in Purple
Reverse Weave Heavyweight Pullover Hoodie in Purple
Reverse Weave Heavyweight Pullover Hoodie in Purple
Reverse Weave Heavyweight Pullover Hoodie in Purple
Reverse Weave Heavyweight Pullover Hoodie in Purple
Reverse Weave Heavyweight Pullover Hoodie in Purple
Pherrow's

Reverse Weave Heavyweight Pullover Hoodie in Purple

$ 185.00
Size: Small
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  • Modeled after vintage American sportswear, Pherrow's heavyweight hoodies feature a thick cotton terry reverse weave fabric. The hoodies comes cut in a regular fit with paneled ribbing at the side seams for a flexible fit designed to move. The hoodies are presented in a set-in sleeve design, with kangaroo pouch pocket detailing, and drawstring hood. Reverse weave fabrics are woven using a horizontal knitting technique giving athletic garments added durability and reducing shrinkage. This item is garment dyed and will fade with use. 
    • Regular fit
    • Heavyweight reverse weave terry fabric
    • Ribbed paneling
    • Kangaroo pouch
    • Drawstring hood
    • Ribbed cuffs and hemming
    • 100% cotton
    • Made in Japan
  • Size Chest Shoulder Sleeve Length
    Small 45" 18.75" 24.5" 25.5"
    Medium 47" 19.5" 25" 26.5"
    Large 48" 20" 25.5" 27"
    X-Large 50" 21.5" 26" 27.5"
    XX-Large 52" 21.5" 26" 28.25"

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  • With roots in near-identical reproductions of timeless American styles, founder Masahiro Shimura established Pherrow's in the early '90s as a pioneer in the "Ametora" (American- Traditional) scene often found on the streets of Harajuku. Since it's 1991 conception, Pherrow's has transformed, keeping their soul in classic Japanese-Americana, however, not limiting themselves to the conformity of carbon-copy reproduction. Creating garments beyond vintage with the desire to "make what they want", Pherrow's lends a whimsical take on classic styling.
With roots in the reproduction of timeless American styles, founder Masahiro Shimura established Pherrow's in the early '90s as a pioneer in the "Ametora" scene. Since 1991 Pherrow's has transformed, keeping their soul in classic Japanese-Americana, but not limiting themselves to the conformity of carbon-copy reproduction. Further expanding their collection to include vintage-inspired graphics, shirting, and fabrics, Pherrow's still continues to make iconic Ivy-league and workwear-inspired silhouettes more than 25 years later.