Introducing the Frutiger Airport Code Crew Collection.
A more muted, minimalist travel crew inspired by one of the most famous airports, Charles de Gaulle in Paris (CDG).
A little history...
Frutiger is a sans serif typeface designed by the Swiss type designer Adrian Frutiger in 1968 specifically for the newly built Charles de Gaulle International Airport in France.
The goal of this new typeface was to create a clean, distinctive, and legible typeface that is easy to see from both close-up and far away.
We can’t see clearly when travel will recover yet, but we can see the unbending passion for the destinations closest to our heart.
Product Specs: This sweatshirt features a double-needle stitched ribbed collar, cuffs, and hem. The outer layer of this crewneck is 100% cotton. The inside is a knit 3-end fleece made from 60% cotton 40% polyester.
|Body Length (inches)||27||28||29||30||31|
|Chest Width (inches)||20||21||23||25||26 ½|
|Sleeve Length (inches)||23 ½||24||24||24||24|
|Body Length (cm)||69||71||74||76||79|
|Chest Width (cm)||51||53||58||64||67|
|Sleeve Length (cm)||60||61||61||61||61|