|SML||34||14 1/2" or 37cm||34||26|
|36||15" or 38cm||36||28|
|MED||38||15 1/2" or 39cm||38||30|
|40||16" or 40 1/2cm||40||32|
|LG||42||16 1/2" or 42cm||42||34|
|44||17" or 43cm||44||36|
|XL||46||17 1/2" or 44 1/2cm||46||38|
|48||18" or 46 cm||48||40|
|XXL||50||18 1/2" or 47cm||50||42|
|52||19" or 48cm||52||44|
Professional wrestler, Yale wrestling coach. And perhaps the first celebrity trainer the world would come to know by name.
His roster included boxers Gene Tunney and Jack Dempsey as well as other public figures. (William Howard Taft, for one.)
March, 1932. The New Yorker runs a piece on Winters and the elite fitness business he’s running out of the Hotel Roosevelt.
"Izzy, a strange man amid strange machinery... wrings from jaded metropolitan carcasses the metropolitan equivalent of an honest sweat.”
(We could all use an Izzy.)
Where's the line anymore between indoor clothes and street clothes? Is there one?
This is the kind of thing you put on when you need a clear head for bigger questions.
Also: for breaking an honest sweat.
Stadium Sweatshirt (No. 7127). French terry sweatshirt in a campus-minded vintage collegiate mock neck style. A sportier, less stuffy option to a rollneck. Raglan sleeve. Striped rib at collar, cuff, and hem. Imported.