The Hooded Zip Sweat by Buzz Rickson’s is a pre-Depression era design that’s made using traditional 1920’s shuttle looms, each is made from 13-ounce 100% cotton, and they’re styled and cut to the exact specifications as the original vintage sweatshirts.
Buzz Rickson’s is a clothing company the specialises in reverse engineering vintage clothing, then producing them using the same materials and techniques – interestingly the company’s name is a hat tip to the character played by Steve McQueen in the 1961 film ‘The War Lover’.
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