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From The Arxhive


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This is the Original Haiti representation that allows everyone to dig deep into the Haitian Culture. The 1928 Summer Olympics was prominent for the Haitian community because of Sylvio Cator. Haiti competed at 1928 Summer Olympics in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Cator took second place in the long jump, winning Haiti's first Silver medal for Haiti of any type. Sylvio brought hope to the Haitian community.  Recreating this moment allows the Haitian community in this era to find hope with all the negative tensions. Our goal is to allow people around the world to support the resilience and courage of the Haitian Community. 

    • 70/30 cotton/polyester 
    • Generous fit
    • Fleece lined hood
    • Split stitch double needle sewing on all seams
    • Twill neck tape
    • 1x1 ribbing at cuffs and waistband
    • Nickel eyelets
    • Tear away label 
    • Slightly Oversized

This Vintage Wear with sleeves that hit at just the right spot on the biceps, T-shirt nails the not-too-big, not-too-tight thing. This crewneck feels broken-in from the jump (and gets even softer with each wash). Print is embedded in the cloth and will give a smokey feel through the life of the garment. Delivery standard will be 7-10 business days. 


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Size Info:

- True to size.

- Considered a Regular fit; cut with some room through the chest and body.

- Crewneck

- Long sleeve Sweater (Lambswool)

- Machine wash cold, tumble dry low

  • Preferable Dry Cleaning.

  • Man is wearing Medium & Large (Height - 5'9 & 6’1)