Raglan Sweatshirt in Two-Tone Colorganic® Brown French Terry
Raglan sleeve, dense and weighty sweatshirt made from a French terry blend of natural brown Colorganic®* and undyed white cotton. Subtly textured with beautiful fabric detail. Invertable for reversed color-scheme and textures, with a relaxed fit and slightly extended sleeves. Limited edition.
Naturally colored cottons are heirloom varieties of cotton with roots tracing back thousands of years, that contain brown, green, or reddish pigments within their fibers. These breeds exhibit not only uniquely beautiful undyed hues, but also offer greater resistance to UV radiation, bacterial growth, mildew, staining, and water due their substantially higher concentrations of tannins and protective waxes in comparison to white cotton. Naturally colored cottons are more drought tolerant and pest resistant, making them easier to grow organically.
Part of our Fibershed collection.
Harvest & Mill is an Oakland, CA based clothing company dedicated to rebuilding all-American supply chains based on ecological and ethical principles. Their products are all entirely produced within the United States, literally from the first cotton seed to the final stitching. Their focus on thoughtfully designed basics results in comfortable, easy to wear clothing that feels as good to wear as it does to consider its creation.
Materials: Undyed Colorganic® certified naturally colored brown and organic white cotton French terry, cotton thread, cotton tags.
Made in the USA: Organic Foxfibre® Colorganic® cotton grown, designed, and sewn in the San Francisco Bay Area. Organic white cotton grown in Texas and milled in the Carolinas.
Compare above measurements to your favorite sweatshirt for ideal fit. Please keep in mind that all size charts are direct from the manufacturer and slight variations may occur.
Model is 5'10" and wearing a size small.
Pictured worn with Isaac Shorts in Undyed Kala Cotton.
All sale items are final sale.
*Colorganic® cotton is naturally pigmented, undyed, and grown organically by default.