What the T-shirt is for summer, the sweatshirt is when it gets colder: a timeless classic!
But what style to go for? Here is a little overview detailing each piece's history and guiding you through all the good styles to layer up your cool look. The range covers all bases, from the classic crew neck to half-zip sweatshirts to relaxed hoodies.
Either authentically loopwheeled in Germany or sustainably manufactured in Portugal: All the styles assure the best comfort thanks to the high-quality natural materials and their versatility and longevity. So find your new favorite in which you'll always look and feel good!
CREW NECK SWEATSHIRT
After making its debut in the 1930s as a more comfy alternative to the woolen uniforms used for sports, the classic crew neck sweatshirt quickly became a staple piece for all occasions and is indispensable today.
Thanks to the all-organic cotton and characteristic details such as the triangular inserts, these honestly crafted sweatshirts have all it takes to become your new favorite. The experts from New York Magazine's The Strategist and Heddels agree – and we are thankful for that!
We like to zip our styles up with temperatures dropping to get comfy and snug! But have you ever wondered where the origins of the zipper are?
While the first designs appeared in 1893, it wasn't until 1917 that the zipper as we know it today came across. By the 1960s, several styles had zippers, making the pieces easier, more comfortable, and even more relaxed. Open, closed, or casually layered: With these styles made of all-organic cotton, you surely look and feel good every day.
Like classic sweatshirts, the hoodie is a just as storied piece: It was initially made to keep New York's warehouse- and streetworkers warm during the chilly winters of the 1930s and quickly adapted by athletes alike before becoming the symbol of easy-going style that it is today.
Made of all-organic cotton and equipped with thoughtful details, these hoodies add an extra dose of coolness to every look and are perfect for both easy layering looks and cozy days on the homey sofa.