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Elegant of line and born of requirement, built for 19th century Adirondack guide and gentry alike, defined by more than 100 years of speed, stealth and stability, an American classic returns.
EXPLORE THE GUIDEBOAT
Originating in Long Beach, CA in 1946 the trim pram Sabot was referred to as a “budget sized yacht”…small, wicked-fast and maneuverable under sail, equally adept rowed or motored.
EXPLORE THE SABOT
At your service with life jackets, just the right anchor, and a host of other well-edited goods for boat and boater.
EXPLORE BOAT ESSENTIALS
SHOP ALL BOATS
Item #: 7352C
Cooperstown, Hoboken, the New York Knickerbockers, 1845. No matter whence or where America’s pastime commenced, our revival of the all-American classic is timely. Consummately comfortable (over jeans, sweats, shorts), with styling borrowed from old-school athletic togs. Crafted from soft and substantial cotton jersey, it features made-to-move 3/4-length raglan sleeves and flat-lock stitching at the underarm and side seams. Color-blocked, with a sly tonal shift from sleeve to neck. 100% cotton, cut & sewn in Canada. Sizes S–XXL. Vintage White/Heather Grey.
Please note, this is designated as final sale and as such is not available to be returned nor exchanged.
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