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Carhartt WIP Sweatshirts – Quality in Every Stitch

Since landing in Europe, Carhartt WIP has brought classic American style to European streetwear. From duck canvas to hard-wearing denim, Carhartt WIP uses materials that are constructed for active lifestyles.

For comfort and durability, contemporary Carhartt Work in Progress sweatshirts are failsafe pieces. Starting with simple designs and comfortable fabric, sweatshirts from Carhartt WIP branch out into a range of looks inspired by American collegiate uniforms and the brand’s origins in Detroit.

The Holbrook LT Sweatshirt lays down a solid foundation for the collection. Featuring unbrushed cotton with classic raglan sleeves, a simple collar and a Yankee label on the bottom, this is a staple item done right the first time around.

Moving down the line, the classic form gets outfitted with features like kangaroo pockets and adjustable hoods. Recut to precise standards, hoodies from Carhartt WIP like the Hooded Chase LT Sweatshirt are easy to wear. What’s more, flatlock stitching ensures these pieces feel good against bare skin.

Classic Americana from Carhartt Work in Progress Sweatshirts

In terms of design, Carhartt WIP sweatshirts draw from rich sources. As a nod to Carhartt’s start in Michigan, USA, in 1889, the 313 Sweatshirt uses the label’s iconic brand name in a graphic print, while the Hooded Mill Sweatshirt offers a graphic print on the back.

At home on either continent, the College Sweatshirt spells out the Carhartt name in crisp, bright lettering for a look that recalls university sportswear. For the Shore Sweatshirt, the brand’s logo stands out against a background of colors like red or blue, or neutral shades within the white to black gradient.