We’re in another hoody Moment. Or at least I’m assuming we are, based on available data, anecdotal evidence and the general state of things. And although I’m a pullover acolyte when it comes to my hoodie preference, I acknowledge that some people prefer a zipper, and if that is you, Momotaro GTB Thermal Hoodie is a big hitter.
Made in Japan from a midweight, overdyed, 100% cotton thermal knitting fabric—also made in Japan, on vintage knitting machines, this couch blazer* comes outfitted with a funnel-neck hood, a two-way zipper, screen printed GTB ‘going to battle‘ stripes on the left sleeve, and ribbing at the cuffs and hem.
(*Yes, I’m calling hoodies couch blazers now. It seemed time to formalize WFH attire. Sweats are now couching trousers. Feel free to adopt it, I don’t require thanks. If you try to fight me on this, I’ll just pretend that social distancing applies to the internet too and continue to wallow in existential dread, so don’t even bother.)
This one is cut slim, though, so for those out there (me) who like a little volume on their comfy clothes, size it up.
Available for $139.95 at Corlection