Sweatshirt for men BLAUER BLUF02154 999A040028760
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Black men's military hooded sweatshirt signed Blauer. Sophisticated model, made of cotton. It has a central zip with a single slider fixed hood in military style with adjustable laces, elasticated waist sleeves Detail the sleeve edge where we can see the pattern military green. Always has the Blauer logo on the chest. A young and trendy sweatshirt, suitable for the autumn season.
- 75% Cotton
- 25% Polyester
- Logo on the chest
- Military hood with adjustable laces
- Central zip closure
- Fund mania in military style
- Sleeves and waist elsticized
- Model Size: M
- Model height: 1.72 cm
- Color: black
Blauer is the American clothing brand that since 1935 dresses USA police, firemen and rangers, as well as providing uniforms to the officers of the navy and the special agents on service at White House.
In 2001, in collaboration with the Italian FGF Industry, Blauer landed in the fashion world and the historic American brand in a few years became a leader of sportswear and outdoor clothing.
What Blauer presents with its collections is a mix of past and present: the essential and original features of the brand (use of tested and certified materials to withstand rain, wind and low temperatures; attention to details like pockets and spaces designed for every need) meet and blend with the contemporary metropolitan style, giving life to unique garments for comfort, strength and durability.
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Of course! All of our products are 100% Blauer certified originals. Feel free to ask us for the product code and we'll be happy to provide it.
Yeah, everything we sell online comes from our boutiques in Italy. We've been partners with Blauer and many others up to 10 years.
Our fashion botique is located in the center Arzignano, Vicenza since 1911.
An experience and a family tradition that have been constantly reinterpreted to get to the latest research and experimentation.