The Tenue. ‘Clay’ heavy weight hooded sweater is a tribute to classic American Sportswear. Tenue. founder Menno van Meurs started collecting vintage college sweaters at a young age.
The reason why he chose to buy these vintage sweaters was because no one, at the time, seemed to make that highly durable quality. College sweaters from, for example, the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s would be worn for a life time. Those sweaters would remain wardrobe favourites long after graduation.
After years of research Tenue. managed to find a heavy weight, BCI certified jersey fabric that met all expectations. More importantly; they found a supplier willing to create a heavy weight garment in the same fashion. The Clay hooded sweater is made to be loved and worn every day. Thanks to the supreme quality it will survive generations. The Clay has a regular fit and is designed with a classic raglan shoulder. The hood is made with a double layer of fabric for solidness. The Clay also has a special side rib from the bottom hem all the way up to the arm pit to assure maximum movement and comfort in case you do want to hit the court with it.
Model is 188 cm tall and wears a size L.
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Asia € 25
Rest of The World € 35
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Our factory in Alvelos is ‘Knitting for a better future’. The facility is operated by the third generation of textile connoisseurs. They found the perfect balance between the advantages and authenticity that comes with a traditional, family owned business and technology and modernity to move their industry forward. Together with our Portugese partners at Becri we are working on a collection of premium jersey garments that last longer and are made responsibly to the highest international standards.