Size guide

T-shirt size guide

  • Shoulder width: Measure from shoulder tip to shoulder tip making sure the measure tape curves smoothly over the base of your back neck.
  • Chest: Measure under your arms at the fullest part of your bust.
  • Waist: Measure around your natural waistline at its narrowest point.
  • Hips: Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest part of your hips
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SIZE CHEST WAIST HIPS
S
51 cm
52 cm
52 cm
M
53 cm
54 cm
54 cm
L
56 cm
57 cm
57 cm
XL
59 cm
60 cm
60 cm
XXL
63 cm
64 cm
64 cm
17.1.2.105 NEWAMS1625 sweater back 17.1.2.105 NEWAMS1625 sweater side

[SOLD OUT] NEWAMS1625 WHITE CREWNECK

 270,00

This artwork is inspired by the first seal of New York/New Amsterdam in the year 1625 that represents the unity between native Americans and the Dutch colonists. We also consider this logo as our secondairy (history) logo.

Details

  • 100% Cotton
  • Normal fit
  • Long sleeve sweater
  • White color
  • Rib knit crewneck collar
  • Front, side and back graphics
  • 3D rubber print front artwork
  • Tonal stitching

Measurements
The model is 1.82m and wears a size S
Check out our ‘size guide’

 

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Care instructions

Wash with care
Most of our products are printed by hand in the highest print quality possible.
It’s very important to wash with care to keep your print in the best condition.
We recommend to wash inside out and separated.

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NEWAMS HISTORY LESSON:

Exploration of the Hudson River: The river is named after Henry Hudson, an Englishman who sailed for the dutch east India company and explored the river in 1609. the dutch called it the north river and it formed the spine of the dutch colony of New Netherlands  settlement. the colony clustered around the hudson, and it was strategically important because it served as the gateway to the american interior which led to years of competition between the english and the dutch over control of the river and the colony.