Speckle Crewneck Sweatshirt

Public Label
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Speckle Crewneck Sweatshirt

$114
$59 Gilt
Size (Men Alpha):
Men's Tops
Men Alpha US (chest) EU
XXS 33 43
XS 34 - 36 44 - 46
S 36 - 38 46 - 48
M 39 - 41 49 - 51
L 42 - 44 52 - 54
XL 45 - 47 55 - 57
XXL 48 - 50 58 - 60
XXXL 52 62
  • s
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    US (chest) 36 - 38
    EU 46 - 48
  • m
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    US (chest) 39 - 41
    EU 49 - 51
  • l
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    US (chest) 42 - 44
    EU 52 - 54
  • xl
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    US (chest) 45 - 47
    EU 55 - 57
  • xxl
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    US (chest) 48 - 50
    EU 58 - 60
Color:
grey
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Description
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The Hundreds by Public Label long sleeve cotton blend crewneck speckle sweatshirt.

  • Ribbed collar, v-notch, cuffs and hem.
  • Raglan sleeves and front embroidered logo.
  • Textured terry interior.
  • Model is wearing a size M. Model's measurements: Height: 6'1", Waist: 32", Shirt: 15.5, Suit: 40.

Material: 80% Cotton, 20% Polyester

Brand: Public Label

Origin: Imported

Call it streetwear, all grown up. An imprint of venerable SoCal-inspired skate brand The Hundreds, Public Label’s aesthetic is about as far from the bright, impish graphic tees and caps of its parent brand as you can get. Informed by classic sportswear and the simple utilitarianism of military garb, the shapes are pared down to the essentials and the colors are muted. But the line—launched in 2006—isn’t stodgy. With slim silhouettes, rich fabrics, and quality construction at the core of each collection, Public Label’s understated, casual clothing may not be loud, but it speaks volumes about your good taste.