XLarge Men's Sweatshirts
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Pieced hoodie from X-Large featuring checkered blocking at the back. Easy pull-on silhouette offers an adjustable hood, drawcord hem and slip pockets at the waist. Finished with a woven jock tag at the front hem and a printed logo across the back. A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz in 1991. X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. Cotton Machine wash Imported Measurements are taken from size Large Chest: 24” Length: 27” See Less
A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide. All-over camouflage print Drawstring adjustable hood Ribbed cuffs and hem Front kangaroo pocket Printed graphic at front and back
X-Large is a genuine cultural pioneer. Creators Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman drew on a diverse range of visual influences for a diverse clientele, including the Beastie Boys, Chloe Sevigny, and Kim Gordon, helping to define the cultural mash up aesthetic of streetwear in the process. X-Large remains a cult favorite label. Don't pass up the chance to get on board with the original streetwear gorilla. Two titans of 90s culture come together. Imported from X-Large Japan, this Tupac capsule collection features graphics and gothic typeface text branding, featuring the legendary rapper.