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carhartt WIP

American Script CREWNECK

£ 65.95
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Ash Heather

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material: 80/20% Cotton/Polyester, 12.3 oz
Color: Ash Heather
Brand SKU:  I025475.482.00.03.
Don’t miss out on the Carhartt Wip American Script Crewneck for it is an absolute essential! No matter which colour you choose - this sweater basically goes with everything, is super comfy and perfect for ...
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Item number: #139299002

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Ash Heather

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carhartt WIP American Script CREWNECK
material: 80/20% Cotton/Polyester, 12.3 oz
Color: Ash Heather


Don’t miss out on the Carhartt Wip American Script Crewneck for it is an absolute essential! No matter which colour you choose - this sweater basically goes with everything, is super comfy and perfect for everyday use. Finally, the classical Carhartt logo across the chest makes the look complete.

- Item name: Carhartt Wip American Script Crewneck
- Color: ash heather
- Material: 80/20% Cotton/Polyester
- Fit: Loose fit
- Available in: black and ash heather

Brand information: carhartt WIP

When Hamilton Carharrt founded the company of the same name in 1889, he wanted to produce working clothes for factories and railway companies. The overalls and jeans were tailored to the needs of the workers: very robust and equipped with many pockets. The company grew steadily and got popular all around the world. In the 90s skaters showed their interest in the simple designs and the high quality materials. Today carharrt is one of the most popular brands on the board. That was not the initial goal of the company’s founder, but he surely would have been happy to see that not only factory workers wear his clothes today.

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