Morane-Saulnier Logo Series Champion Hoodie (Front Print Only)
Aéroplanes Morane-Saulnier was a French aircraft manufacturing company formed in October 1911 by Raymond Saulnier and the Morane brothers, Léon and Robert.
Morane-Saulnier's first product was the Model A, a development of a monoplane design produced by the Morane company (sometimes called Morane-Borel, from the brothers partnership with Gabriel Borel). Using a wing-warping mechanism for control, this was the type in which Jules Védrines won the Paris-Madrid race on May 26, 1911.
Morane-Saulnier's first commercially successful design was the Morane-Saulnier G, a wire-braced shoulder-wing monoplane with wing warping. This led to the development of a series of aircraft and was very successful in racing and setting records.
This hoodie features Champion’s Double Dry® technology - keeping the wearer warm and toasty. It is a medium-weight two-ply fleece hoodie in a regular fit with a spacious pocket. It has the iconic "C" logo on the left sleeve and is made of up to 5% recycled polyester from plastic bottles.
• Regular fit
• 50% Cotton 50% Polyester
• Medium heavy fabric (9 oz /yd² (310 g/m²))
• "C" logo on the left sleeve
• Sewn in label
|Sleeve Length (from center back), in