The Bombardier Cooper 1952 crewneck sweatshirt is a contemporary take on a classic staple crafted from premium Jaspe marl brushed back sweat fabric chosen for comfort and for its unique vintage appearance. The raglan sleeve, side panel, stitched eye-lets, two- tone ribs and contrast top-stitching are all authentic features - tributes to old school sweatshirts couched within a modern cut for the optimum fit.
This crewneck has sewn on embroidered patches referencing familiar military insignia reimagined through BVB’s graphic style narrative. One patch design in particular is reserved for Henry Cooper, marking the start of his national service with the Royal Army Corps in 1952, during which time he honed his boxing skills winning the ABA light-heavyweight title representing the Army in 1953.
BOMBARDIER COOPER 1952 PATCH CREWNECK SWEATSHIRT - NAVY MARL
75% Cotton 25% Polyester
Machine washable at 40
Iron on reverse, press when damp
Do not dry clean or tumble dry