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Warehouse Emulates 70s Sweatshirts With Their Lot. 461 Crewnecks

With all the work we put into breaking in our clothes:  our jackets, jeans, and occasionally even tees, sometimes it’s nice to throw something on that’s already at that perfectly worn-in stage.

I know it sounds like heresy, but sometimes pre-washed pieces can be great. Warehouse manages to prove that with their Lot. 461 sweatshirts, a collection of gently distressed pieces that already have that lived-in look and feel.

All made from lightweight cotton fleece, these three sweats have been given Warehouse’s “Second Hand Wash,” which (tastefully) distresses the sweats until they look just right. The pattern used is inspired by later mid-century sweatshirts, featuring a wider neck, raglan sleeves, and a short body.

As expected from this well-respected member of the Osaka Five, these sweatshirts are made in Japan from loopwheeled material, going the extra mile for quality and comfort.

All five colorways are available for $190 at Clutch Cafe