Coach X Schott N.Y.C. Signature Sweatshirt In Organic Cotton

Item No. C6320-RYU

Coach X Schott N.Y.C. Signature Sweatshirt In Organic Cotton

Item No. C6320-RYU
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Color: Tan Signature
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  • 100% organic cotton
  • Length: 25 1/2"
  • Machine wash
  • Model is 5'10" (178cm), chest 31" (79cm), waist 24" (61cm), hips 35" (89cm) and wears a size S
  • Coach x Schott N.Y.C.
  • Schott N.Y.C.®
  • Style No. C6320
  • This special collaboration between two New York-based American icons combines Coach craftsmanship with the authentic, well-worn style of Schott N.Y.C. Crafted of certified organic cotton made without the use of harmful chemical fertilizers and pesticides, this sweatshirt is inspired by our commitment to rethinking and reducing our impact on the planet. Finished with a special Storypatch at the back collar and soft ribbed trim, the classic-fit crewneck features an iconic Schott advertising campaign set against our Signature.

    About Schott N.Y.C.: Founded on Manhattan's Lower East Side in 1913, Schott N.Y.C. produces classic, American-made outerwear. A supplier of naval peacoats, parkas and aviator bomber jackets to the US military during World War II, Schott is perhaps best known for its legacy-defining Perfecto® leather motorcycle jacket—still a favorite of rock stars and rebels today.