The 1912 Collection
By popular demand, we're making The 1912 Pullover available for individual purchase. With a crewneck silhouette and side pockets for a horse treat or two, feel effortlessly pulled together as you go about your day to day. Lindsey is 5'10" and wearing a size S. George is 6'1" and wearing a size L. We recommend sizing up from your true size.
- The shell is 94% organic cotton, with 6% sustainable bamboo/spandex blend.
- Pocketing fabric is made with 100% recycled polyester.
- Wash with like colors. Lay flat to dry.
We will gladly accept returns of unworn, undamaged, or defective items purchased online for a full refund or exchange within 30 days of the shipping date of the product. We will provide a refund in the form of original payment.
Don't call it a sweatshirt
Materials are sourced from bluesign-certified facilities that eliminate harmful substances, engage renewable energy, and minimize waste.
Our partners preserve the world's water supply by using natural rainwater and recycled water during manufacturing.
Proudly part of a global community of creative businesses opting for compostable, recyclable, and reusable packaging.
An ethical and sustainable fashion model
We've partnered with Tobimax Textiles, a family run business that cares about the earth just as much as we do, with a vertically integrated approach to manufacturing. Raw materials are sustainably harvested with practices that enrich the soil, enhance the quality of life for farmers and workers, and eliminate the use of harmful toxins and excessive water.
Subtle marks along the sleeve and back neck offer a luxurious feel without compromising durability and style simplicity.
As with the rest of our collection, our designs are intentionally gender neutral and can be worn by anyone, anywhere.
Debuting in our signature Schulz green, the 1912 Pullover brings a flattering touch of color to your ensemble that fits in with all landscapes.
Sustaining a future for all
With each purchase, we give back to Project Regeneration, whose mission is to end the climate crisis in one generation—through a transformative approach that honors justice, biodiversity, and human dignity.