French Terry Sweatshirt Natural - Unisex
We consider our French Terry Crewneck Sweaters to be a casual wardrobe staple. Ultimate comfort, without looking too comfortable. You'll want to throw this on for your morning stroll, mid-day brunch and your late night couch date. Its classic raglan design is fresh yet familiar. Mix and match with our French Terry Sweatpants to complete the suit.
Made in Canada with super soft, lightweight 14 oz French Terry cotton. The exterior is smooth and will get more buttery over time. The interior is cool and cozy at once, made up of those little cotton loops that are like small pockets of air.
- Made in Canada.
- Unisex. Women should size down.
- 100% Cotton.
- 14oz, Light Weight French Terry.
- Flatlock Stitching.
- Embroidered Wordmark Logo.
- Flag Label on Cuff.
- Available in Black, Heather Grey, Eggshell, Ink, Clay, French Blue, Golf Green, Dusk, Navy and Natural.
Male Model is 6'3, 200 lbs, wearing size L.
Launder with Care: View our Laundry Care Page.
There’s a reason you feel reassured when you find a t-shirt that reads ‘made in Canada’ on the label. To many, local manufacturing is synonymous with quality and equality, which is why 'made in Canada’ is the main pillar of our company. Keeping everything made in Canada makes our design studio a second home and our manufacturers our neighbours, and that’s really the most Canadian thing we can think of.
We know it can be challenging to pick the correct size online, even when using a size chart. If you simply want to exchange for a different size, and your original order met our $100 shipping benchmark (before tax), we will cover the shipping. See our Return Page for excluded products and details. View our Exchange and Return Form to start an Exchange or Return.
The main goal of our brand is to be as sustainable as possible. The anti-fast fashion.
Made in Canada
We don’t compromise on local manufacturing. All of our products are designed and made in Canada.
When possible, we try our hardest to use 100% organic cotton that is knit in Canada.