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Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White

Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Wonder Looper - Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White. We felt super lucky to be part of the group of people to know this brand was in the works. When the owners came to us and asked if we would be interested in the heaviest loopwheel knits in the game, it was immediately a thumbs up. We love loopwheel as much as all of our better men's goods compatriots out there, so when you essentially double the weight of what is considered heavyweight across the industry, we love it even more. This is 409GSM (12.1oz per square yard) which is just bonkers for a tee. The nicest thing about these pieces is that you don't have to sacrifice fit for form. They drape like champs. And, it's got that uneven surface texture for which loopwheel is known. We're so excited to be launching this brand in the Americas.
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Wonder Looper - Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White

We felt super lucky to be part of the group of people to know this brand was in the works. When the owners came to us and asked if we would be interested in some of the heaviest knits in the game, it was immediately a thumbs up. We love heavyweight T’s as much as all of our better men's goods compatriots out there, so when you essentially double the weight of what is considered heavyweight across the industry, we love it even more. This is 409GSM (12.1oz per square yard) which is just bonkers for a tee. The nicest thing about these pieces is that you don't have to sacrifice fit for form. They drape like champs. And, it's got that uneven surface texture for which vintage, circular knit tees are known. We're so excited to be one of two shops launching this brand in the Americas.

  • 409gsm / 12.1oz
  • 100% Cotton 
  • Binder Neck Ribbed Collar
  • Union special flat side seam
  • Japanese jersey fabric
  • Cut and sewn in Japan
  XS S M L XL XXL
Length 24.8 26 27.2 28.3 29 30
Chest 17.7 19 20 21.2 22.4 23.6
Shoulder 16.5 17.3 18 19 19.7 20.5
Sleeve 7.5 7.9 8.3 8.7 9 9.5

A variance of +/-.5" is within tolerance. 

Fit Notes: Shop owner Tommy is wearing a size medium. This is considered an athletic fit which reads to us as a roomier, more American cut. It's not often we see Japanese brands with that sort of cut, but the Wonder Looper owners built this brand with specifically that in mind. The medium fits with a nice amount of room in the chest and hem as well as a slightly longer sleeve for a more modern fit. Tommy is our standard fit model at 5'10," 165lbs with a 40" chest. His typical North American size is medium and Japanese size is large. 

Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White
Double Heavyweight Crewneck T-Shirt - White

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