Made from cotton single jersey, this black 1999 Ad Evan Hecox T-Shirt from Carhartt features a bold screen printed design on the chest, originally illustrated by Evan Hecox and seen in I-D Magazine issue 194 Jan/Feb 2000. Constructed with Carhartt’s signature focus on quality and durability, the collar neckline has a flexible ribbed trim which supports fit retention over time whilst allowing for movement and straight cut hems give the body and short sleeves a clean finish for easy layering throughout the year. Positioned centrally for impact, the graphic has a solid colour background with an outline of the illustration on top and underneath is Carhartt’s signature ‘C’ emblem logo with text alongside.
Proud of their history and heritage, this season sees Carhartt introduce a new selection of styles that incorporate elements from some of their most iconic styles with contemporary fabric, colour and decorative updates that ensure relevance for modern day wear. Introduced through the original Detroit based family owned workwear company, the Carhartt WIP line was established in 1994 and has since become one of the most respected labels within streetwear.
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