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'The Snake' Luxe Bomber Sweater

Regular price $265.00

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Washing Tip

Your Luxe Bomber Sweater has lots of embroidery and felt appliqué.

While durable for machine wash, we suggest washing inside out, cold (30°) and lay flat to dry.

Sizing Chart

In order to best determine fit, we advise comparing our garment’s measurements to a similar garment you already own. Lay your garment flat and take all measurements from the outside of the garment. *Designed for a perfect fit on an average body type. Size up if you like a loose or baggier fit.

Easy 30-day Returns

You are welcome to exchange product for product, or store credit, within 30 days from purchase with original or email receipt. Alternatively, you may return products for a refund within 14 days from purchase with original or email receipt. Items must be unworn, unwashed, unused and have the original tags intact. Please note customer is responsible for shipping costs of online returns.


The Snake

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  • 100% cotton fleece

  • Heavy weight, perfect for cool summer nights

  • Mid-century inspired cut

  • We all love large pockets

  • Heavy duty zipper with distressed leather pull

  • Superb craftsmanship


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The 1967 Shelby GT500 is an iconic performance car, and not just among Mustang enthusiasts.  The last Shelby model to be built at the Shelby American workshop in Venice, California, the GT500 is today highly sought after by collectors.  Its iconic front fascia with inboard driving lights, upper and lower side scoops, and "ducktail" rear spoiler and wide tail lamps give it a distinctive, muscular appearance.  Powered by the the largest and most powerful V8 engine ever fitted to a Mustang up to that time, the GT500 delivered outstanding acceleration.  The combination of aggressive good looks and high performance immediately established the GT500 as an automotive legend.

The details tell a story

It's a fascinating process, the building of a garment. It starts with fabric, cut into pieces that passes through many hands, stitched thousands of times and scraped with ink.

But in the end, it becomes greater than all its parts. It tells a great story of design, craftsmanship and passion.

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