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Illustrated Example: The Real McCoy's Grey Sweatshirt



—01. Illustration by Nicholas Hutchinson.


"When the temperature drops, most people pull out the knitwear, but sometimes knitted pieces can feel a little too smart. A plain sweatshirt is the perfect way to forgo formality without sacrificing any warmth. Navy and black are good, but there’s something about grey. Like the white t-shirt, the grey sweatshirt is definitive; that timeless piece that any brand with a sense of American sportswear history does really well. Details vary, as do tone, weight and texture, but versions by The Real McCoy’s, Warehouse and Wilson are among some of the best."

We've just received stock of the fall version from The Real McCoy's and it's one of the finest sweats we've seen. The fleece is sturdy and comfortable and the color and fit is perfect.

Available at the Inventory Stockroom

Reader Comments (3)

such an amazing brand
November 1, 2010 | Unregistered Commentertim
Is this the work of Nick from the north east hutchinsoin ??
November 2, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSteve monaghan
^It is indeed; check Issue 03 for much much more!
November 2, 2010 | Registered CommenterSimon Roe

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