Dubble Works Made a Rainbow of Loopwheeled Sweatsuits

Japanese heavy-hitter Dubble Works has dropped a kaleidoscope of loopwheel sweats sure to send every loopwheel connoisseur into hysteria.

Crafted in Japan from 100% cotton, Dubble Works has crafted this 11 oz. “Tsuri-ami” loopwheel fabric from some of the oldest loopwheel machines in existence, resulting in a fabric that’s light to the touch and as smooth as silk. It’s also been yarn-dyed to ensure a beautiful patina as it ages. From salmon pink and vintage navy to citrus yellow and vibrant turquoise, the Dubble boys have a sweat to suit even the most energetic of palettes in this collection.

The sweats feature a traditional ‘V’ panel or “V-notch”, as it’s sometimes referred to, under the collar, as well as the prerequisite ribbed cuff ribbed hem. Don to the Sweatpants, and you’re looking at a high-rise, relaxed tapered fit, with a singular rear pocket, reminiscent of mid-century athletic sweatpants. Each piece in the collection is made in Japan and one washed to reduce shrinkage, so you’re good to take whichever size looks good for you.

Known for its commitment to high-quality craftsmanship and quality, Dubble Works — a sub-label of Warehouse & Co. — is offering a colorful alternative to the traditional, often monotone loopwheel sweatshirts that dominate the market—a somewhat welcome departure if you ask me. That said, if you want a black or grey, they’ve got you covered there, too!

Available from $157 at Corlection.