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Crash Records Logo Crewneck Sweater 

SKU:CREWCRASH12
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$45.90
 
 
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Size Width Length
S 20" 26"
M 22" 27"
L 24" 28"
XL 26" 29"
2XL 28" 30"
3XL 30" 31"
4XL 32" 32"
5XL 34" 33"
Description
This extra comfortable Bluescentric Brand Crash Records sweatshirt is 8.5oz 80/20 cotton/polyester blend, with 100% cotton face (20 singles face yarn). It features a 1x1 ribbing at collar, cuffs and waistband, a tear-away label, and split stitch double needle sewing on all seams. The fit is very standard.

Crash Records was founded in 1967 and located on Chicago's storied "Record Row" -- a ten-block strip of Michigan Avenue that was home to a number of soul, blues and R&B record labels.

Some of the world's most impactful music-recording businesses in the world resided on the Chicago street, including Chess Records, Vee-Jay, Chance Records, King Records, OKeh and more.

While Chance Records was only in business until 1967, the label recorded a number of regional hits from Magic Sam, Jimmy Dobbins, The Steelers & more.