Breaking a Sweat.
Some men don’t need to work out.
If you rope cattle for a living, sling a hammer, climb and fell trees, trawler fish, or lay rebar, you are exempt. If you fight fires, lay bricks, roof, landscape, or do things in Ecuador like my friend Ramone does, this also applies to you.
If you are like these men, the geniuses who have equated their jobs with a gym membership, listen carefully…
These pieces have been painstakingly developed to be your non-athletic wear, designed to protect and coddle you during the off days. Replenish and reinvigorate. Comfortable enough for R&R and surprisingly handsome enough to take the boss (the real one) out for a nice meal.
For those of you who do not do any of the above jobs and need to sweat in order to maintain your health, good humor, and sanity, these pieces still manage to help you fulfill your potential at the gym, the trail, the street, the basement, or wherever else you prefer to exert and still look handsome. The details…
Anti-Advertising Sweatshirts. (No. 6602). In the 1950s, sweatshirts were not advertising billboards for colleges, pro teams, or nonsensical slogans. They were timeless. Cut and sewn to withstand physicality. For working out, jogging (the “j” isn’t silent), playing football on the quad or at the Thanksgiving Day Turkey Bowl, et al. Crafted with plenty of striking details that open up the playbook beyond the gym—soft French terry cotton (410 grams) that’s been garment washed for scrumptiousness, pieced-in sleeve bands for a flash of color, saddle stitching throughout, circular ribbed hem and cuffs. Sure to replace certain light sweaters in your rotation. Imported.
*Model is 6' 1" and is wearing a size medium sweatshirt.
- • Soft French terry cotton (410 grams)
- • Saddle stitching
- • Circular ribbed hem and cuffs