Tsuriami Loopwheel Sweatshirt in Sumikuro
Tsuriami Loopwheel Sweatshirt in Sumikuro
Tsuriami Loopwheel Sweatshirt in Sumikuro
Tsuriami Loopwheel Sweatshirt in Sumikuro
Tsuriami Loopwheel Sweatshirt in Sumikuro
Tsuriami Loopwheel Sweatshirt in Sumikuro
Tsuriami Loopwheel Sweatshirt in Sumikuro
Tsuriami Loopwheel Sweatshirt in Sumikuro
Warehouse & Co

Tsuriami Loopwheel Sweatshirt in Sumikuro

$ 155.00
Size: XX-Large
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  • Founded as a knitwear offshoot of Warehouse & Co., Dubbleworks makes use of the rarest vintage knitting machines in the world to create garments with unparalleled comfort, quality, and style. These sweatshirts are woven on labor and time-intensive loopwheel machines dating back to the 1960s. The sweatshirt is cut in a vintage 1940s fit with a gussetted double v collar insert and a cropped body length.
    • Regular fit
    • Loopwheel knit construction
    • Double-v insert collar
    • Tonal stitching
    • Ribbed cuffs and waistband
    • 100% cotton
    • Made in Japan
  • Size Chest Shoulder Sleeve Length
    Medium 41.5" 19" 22" 23"
    Large 43" 19.5" 22.5" 24"
    X-Large 46" 20" 23" 24"
    XX-Large 48.5" 21" 23" 24"

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  • The fifth member of the legendary Osaka 5, Warehouse is revered for the brand's time-accurate reproductions of "Golden Age" mid-century garments. Uniquely Warehouse, the brand references archive pieces and history books to producing items with an astute attention to detail down to the stitching specifications. Founded by previous Fullcount and Evisu employees, twin brothers Kenji and Kenichi Shiotani paved the way as pioneers to the booming denim industry with Warehouse's obsessive attention to detail and vintage construction.
The fifth member of the legendary Osaka 5, Warehouse is revered for the brand's time-accurate reproductions of "Golden Age" mid-century garments. Uniquely Warehouse, the brand references archive pieces and history books to producing items with an astute attention to detail down to the stitching specifications. Founded by previous Fullcount and Evisu employees, twin brothers Kenji and Kenichi Shiotani paved the way as pioneers to the booming denim industry with Warehouse's obsessive attention to detail and vintage construction.