NEW! STORY NO. 10 WTC /Hoodie - Men
STORY NO. 10 WTC
'The World Trade Center (WTC), known for the terror attack 9/11 in 2001, holds intriguing stories about the construction and the architecture.
One million cubic yards of landfill was removed when World Trade Center (WTC) in New York was built in the ‘70s. The Port Authority used this landfill to create the $90 million worth of land that became Battery Park City.
Underneath the WTC building, one of the world's largest gold depository was housed, owned by a group of commercial banks. The depository contained about 11,8 tons of gold and 935,7 tons of silver.
“One World Trade Center” (former Freedom Tower) was built in 2006-2014, by architects: Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (David M. Childs). The Danish architectural firm BIG is the architect of the “Two World Trade Center”, which will complete the reconstruction of the former WTC twin towers.'
Photographer and storyteller: Jeanet Lang
Our white Story hoodie is so cool! The Story image is printed on the front and the story name, number and photographer are printed on the back, so when you pull up the hood, the information will be visible.
The delicate Silk Print in front shows a picture from World Trade Center in New York -from 1999, just one year before it was attacked, and a short story about WTC is included.
This is the 10th Story in our Story line.
Style: Unisex with a modern loose fit. Pocket in front.
Fabric: 80% organic cotton and 20% recycled polyester. 280 GSM.
Print: Printed in Denmark. Silk Screen Print (serigraphy). Phthalate free.
Wash: inside out, 30 degrees, see instruction inside
AWS apparel are always made at factories that protect rights of their employees and do their utmost to minimize their environmental footprint.
When buying this hoodie, you get the whole story written on the hangtag attached to the hoodie and a collectible postcard will be included.
(hoodie, hangtag and collectible postcard)
The hoodie will be delivered in an OEKO-TEX® AWS logo cottonbag
When buying this product, you also support a good cause