After a flurry of demand, Clutch Cafe has restocked Warehouse & Co.‘s stitch for stitch recreation of the Lot. 478 Camp McCoy Sweatshirt in Beige, giving more people the chance to own one of the most elusive military sweats to ever exist, sort of.
The source material for this sweatshirt was made in the late 30s to early 40s (likely) by Dura Craft and features a few details that set it apart from the still super rare, double v gusset military sweat popular at the time. For instance, super cool ribbing along the neck, waistband, and sleeve cuffs and an asymmetrical flocked print on the chest. However, it is the singular breast flap pocket with pleat that is really its defining characteristic. Warehouse’s copy is so exacting that without looking at the tag, it would be super hard to tell the difference between one of theirs and an original, not to mention costs significantly less, comes brand new, and quite possibly has a higher standard of construction.
Available for $230 from Clutch Cafe