Private White V.C. Cotton Jersey Pocket Sweatshirt, Ecru

Private White V.C. Cotton Jersey Pocket Sweatshirt, Ecru

$ 175.00
Description

The pocket sweatshirt from Private White is an easy to wear super soft Japanese woven loop back...

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The pocket sweatshirt from Private White is an easy to wear super soft Japanese woven loop back sweatshirt. Crafted from a cotton linen blend and featuring two laid on front patch pockets for casual comfort - this sweatshirt is ideal for a laid-back weekend look or post-workout ensemble.

  • Made in England
  • Cotton linen blend
  • Color: Ecru
  • Care: Hand Wash Only. Lay Flat to Dry.
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    Actual measurements:

    Measurements in inches XS/2 S/3 M/4 L/5 XL/6 XXL/7
    Chest 39.8 41.7 43.7 45.6 47.6 49.5
    Waist Circumference 36.3 38.2 40.2 42.1 44.1 46.0
    Shoulder 16.6 17.2 17.7 18.3 18.9 19.5
    Centre Back Length 24.2 25.0 25.7 26.5 27.3 28.1
    Sleeve Length 24.2 25.0 25.7 26.5 27.3 28.1

    We have provided this item's measurements to help you decide which size to buy.

    Follow the easy step-by-step guide on how measurements are taken so you can find the perfect fit.

    • SLEEVE LENGTH: The total length from the centre of the collar to the end of the cuff.
    • CHEST CIRCUMFERENCE: Lay the garment flat and double the measurement between the lowest point of the arm seams.
    • BACK LENGTH: The length at the centre back from the base of the collar to the bottom of the hem.
    • SHOULDER WIDTH: The distance between the shoulder seams measured straight across the back. 

    Made in Manchester, England.

    The Private White V.C. brand pays homage to its namesake WWI hero; Private Jack White. The clothing line has a subtle nod to Jack’s military legacy, with many items based on classic wartime pieces, updated with added functionality and detail for the modern man.

    All clothing is expertly constructed by hand in the Private White V.C. Factory, Manchester, where garments are designed and developed using only the finest regionally sourced fabrics, trims and materials.

    Materials are sourced locally where possible with the majority of cloth being supplied from the mills in the surrounding area. These too have a wealth of history behind them, holding a trading relationship with the factory since Jack White’s days.