Racquets Sweatshirt | Navy
Rowing Blazers Racquets patch is carefully and delicately satin stitched on the wearer’s left chest.
Made in the U.S.A. 12 oz. reverse-weave heavyweight cotton.
This crewneck has a relaxed fit.
crewnecks are handmade in the U.S.A. using the Reverse Weave technique invented in 1934. Reverse Weave means the garment is constructed with the grain of the cotton jersey fabric running sideways, across the body, rather than vertically.
Most sweatshirts are stitched vertically because it is quicker and cheaper. But the more time-consuming transverse knit construction results in a far more durable garment that can truly last a lifetime. It is far more shrink-resistant and far more apt to maintain its structure.
Rowing Blazers proudly makes these crewnecks in the United States, where the Reverse Weave method was invented - and we believe it’s as important aesthetically as it is functionally.