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Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green

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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green. When you pick up this sweatshirt, you'll instantly notice its weight. They specifically developed this sweatshirt through repetitive trial and error to reproduce the RW style of the 1960s. They've designed a sweatshirt that weaves the fabric horizontally to reduce shrinkage. They've swapped the bias for the side panels though, for what we think is a gorgeous look. The crazy part about these sweats is they're stiff but elastic, and heavy but soft. They have put so much work into the development of the fabric to ensure it's not stiff like most heavyweight pieces are. They also had to be more meticulous with the dye technique because of this. Essentially, everything they did to develop this fabric took longer and more iterations than a typical sweatshirt. You'll notice the heavily exposed stitch on the tag fabric. This is commonly referred to as a "Tataki tag." We are very, very impressed by this loop knit fabric. These are the hardiest, most complicated sweatshirt we've ever seen come from the Warehouse factory.
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Warehouse & Co. - Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green

When you pick up this sweatshirt, you'll instantly notice its weight. They specifically developed this sweatshirt through repetitive trial and error to reproduce the RW style of the 1960s. They've designed a sweatshirt that weaves the fabric horizontally to reduce shrinkage. They've swapped the bias for the side panels though, for what we think is a gorgeous look. The crazy part about these sweats is they're stiff but elastic, and heavy but soft. They have put so much work into the development of the fabric to ensure it's not stiff like most heavyweight pieces are. They also had to be more meticulous with the dye technique because of this. Essentially, everything they did to develop this fabric took longer and more iterations than a typical sweatshirt. You'll notice the heavily exposed stitch on the tag fabric. This is commonly referred to as a "Tataki tag." We are very, very impressed by this loop knit fabric. These are the hardiest, most complicated sweatshirt we've ever seen come from the Warehouse factory. 

  • 100% cotton
  • Heavyweight
  • Fabric woven on sinker knitting machines
  • No shoulder seam
  • Crew neck collar
  • Side gussets
  • Warehouse woven label
  • Ribbed cuffs and hem
  • Made in Japan
  40(M) 42(L) 44(XL
Chest (pit to pit) 22.4 23.62 24.8
Shoulder (back seams) 16.9
18.11 19.29
Length (pit to seam) 24.8 25.59 26.37
Arm Length (shoulder to seam) 25.19 25.98 26.77

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

These sweatshirts will shrink approximately:

  • Length -.5"
  • Shoulder - .5"
  • Chest - 1"
  • Sleeve length - .5"

We recommend a cold water wash and dry flat. If you have any woes about sizing or the wash process in general, definitely size up to the next size. 

Fit Notes: Andy is wearing a size medium in the pictures. In terms of other Warehouse fits, these seem to fit the truest. They're considered a relaxed cut by Warehouse. You can easily buy your true size and not worry about too much shrinkage. Tommy is 5'10," 165lbs with a 40" chest. He's our standard fit model and wears a medium in these as well. 

Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green
Lot 483 - Heavyweight Sweatshirt Plain - Green

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