While its name may be a mouth full, Left Field’s new crew neck sweatshirts are hardly over done. A must have for the cold months of the year, the knits are cut and sewn in the US from 16 oz of cotton ring spun terry. Inspired by 1950’s Champion sweatshirts they feature a v-neck stitch with ribbed insert, ribbed cuffs, hems and side panels. Plus, the cross grain construction minimizes shrinking and misshaping of the sweatshirt. The narrower cut and raglan sleeves combine for a vintage fit that layers well and looks even better. Since the temperature dropped we’ve had this on our back every weekend, it probably won’t leave there any time soon… or until we get it in another color.
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