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Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt
Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt

Sugar Ray Robinson Army Boxing Sweatshirt

$80 USD $72 USD
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    Sporting Icons. American heroes. Sugar Ray Robinson had already notched up a pro record of 40-1 by the time he was drafted to the US Army on Feb 27th, 1943. Throughout his 15 month military career, Walker Smith aka Sugar would perform in exhibition boxing matches alongside his friend and inspiration Joe Louis, who was also drafted into the US Army around the same time. The pair would go out on tours to perform in front of US Army troops to boost morale. These exhibitions, during an intense war-torn era, were seen as vital events to keep soldiers spirits high. 

     Despite answering the call of duty, Sugar continued to fight professionally during this time winning all three of his pro bouts. After being honorably discharged in June 1944 Robinson was able to fully focus on fighting and he picked up right from where he left off. Within two and a half years, Sugar Ray was the welterweight champ, and on top of the world. 

     In keeping with the spirit of their service, we have partnered with our friends Jay Glazer and Nate Boyer at MVP (Merging Vets and Players). In addition to normal royalties going to the estates of our featured Icons, we will be matching the royalty proceeds and donating them to MVP. 

     MVP empowers combat veterans and former professional athletes by connecting them after the uniform comes off; providing them with a new team to assist with the transition, promote personal development, and show them they are never alone. 

     Officially licensed by Sugar Ray Robinson.
    Triblend Color of actual product may vary from photo 
    Our triblend fleece products undergo a vintage wash where any uneven surface or pilling may occur 
    Wash with cold water 
    Hang to dry Model is 5'10"/155lbs and wearing size M 
    Allow up to 3 to 5 business days for order processing 
    Sale items can be exchanged for a different size in the same style only 
    No refunds or store credits will be issued for sale or discounted items 
    Purchaser is responsible for any applicable duty charges 
    Items may be delivered via separate shipments

    PRODUCT FEATURE

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    Super Soft Fabric

    Known for its remarkable hardness and scratch resistance. Also used by a certain fruit company in some of their mini wrist computers.

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    Specialty Ink

    Powered by the vibration of a quartz crystal (32,786 times per second) under current to keep incredibly accurate time.

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    Hand Drawn Art

    Our cases are made with an extra low carbon steel often used in surgical instruments and marine applications due to its high resistance to corrosion.

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    Official Identifier

    Made from high-grade vegetable-tanned Italian leather with a soft nubuck lining for extra comfort.

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    Sugar Ray Robinson Fort Riley Sweatpants
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    Sugar Ray Robinson Fort Riley Sweatpants
    Sugar Ray Robinson Fort Riley Sweatpants
    Sugar Ray Robinson Fort Riley Sweatpants
    Sugar Ray Robinson Fort Riley Sweatpants
    Sugar Ray Robinson Fort Riley Sweatpants
    Sugar Ray Robinson Fort Riley Sweatpants
    Sugar Ray Robinson Fort Riley Sweatpants
    Sugar Ray Robinson Fort Riley Sweatpants
    Sugar Ray Robinson Fort Riley Sweatpants
    Sugar Ray Robinson Fort Riley Sweatpants
    Sugar Ray Robinson Fort Riley Sweatpants

      Sugar Ray Robinson Fort Riley Sweatpants

      $80 USD $72 USD
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        LOOKBOOK

        OFFICIALLY LICENSED

        Official partnerships, fully licensed and authenticity guaranteed.

        REAL RELATIONSHIPS

        Personal relationships with the icons, families and estates, often going back decades.

        PREMIUM QUALITY

        Carefully sourced high-end apparel, hand-crafted art with authentic stories inspiring each piece.

        ROCKY
        MARCIANO

        "In the ring I never really knew fear."

        ALL ABOUT ROCKY

        The "Brockton Blockbuster"

        Rocky Marciano grew up playing football and baseball. He had never even put on boxing gloves until after he was drafted into the Army in 1943. After basic training and deployment to Wales, he came to Fort Lewis in 1946 for discharge. During this time Rocky was feeling a little “bored” and made what would be a crucial decision to inject a little excitement and adventure into his life. He volunteered to 

        represent his unit at Ft. Lewis in a series of amateur fights. Shortly thereafter, he recalled that “Sparring partners were suddenly becoming short in supply. So I knew I was doing something right." The Rock from Brockton would continue to do the right thing throughout his career, resulting in an undefeated record of 49-0 and retiring as the only heavyweight champ to get out unbeaten. 

         “And still champion!” They spoke those words six times about Rocky Marciano, who scored knockouts in five of those heavyweight title defenses on his way to a 49-0 record. The heavy-hitting pride of Brockton, Mass., could not be stopped on his way to the Hall of Fame