Polo Ralph Lauren
camouflage print sweatshirt
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Polo Ralph Lauren’s collection presents this season’s most eye-catching pieces that combine the iconic brand focus on sports-inspired clothes with Lauren’s sophisticated sense of style. Carefully constructed from a soft cotton blend, this multicolour camouflage print sweatshirt from Polo Ralph Lauren boasts a crew neck, long sleeves, a camouflage print, a printed 'Sportsmen Respect Wildlife" graphic to the front and a relaxed fit.
Designer colour: 001 SURPLUS CAMO
Designer Style ID: 710736771
Farfetch ID: 13558027
- Polyester 13%
- Cotton 87%
- Washing Instructions:
- Machine Wash
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Launched in 1967 Polo Ralph Lauren started with a line of ties. Lauren emulating a lifestyle rather than just a lable, naming Polo Ralph Lauren after a sport emboding classic style. In 1969 the first Polo Ralph Lauren store was opened in Bloomingdales, New York City. Lauren quoted as describing the polo line as 'interested in longevity, timelessness and style'.