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1960s-style Dino knitwear at Jump The Gun

1960s-style Dino knitwear at Jump The Gun
1960s-style Dino knitwear at Jump The Gun

I don’t think Jump The Gun blows its now trumpet enough really, so we’ll do it for them by flagging up the 1960s-style Dino knitwear at the store.

It has that Gabicci / Roberto Carlo thing going on, that’s for sure. That is both in terms of the look and the construction, which is a man made acrylic / rayon mix.

Two colours of the top available, both with button front, generous collar and imitation chest pocket (i.e. it doesn’t actually function as one).

All the tops are made in Italy for the retailer and well for £85 each. Note that unlike most JTG products, this one is on the larger side, so you might want to size down for a slimmer fit.

Find out more at the Jump The Gun website

1960s-style Dino knitwear at Jump The Gun
1960s-style Dino knitwear at Jump The Gun
1960s-style Dino knitwear at Jump The Gun
1960s-style Dino knitwear at Jump The Gun
1960s-style Dino knitwear at Jump The Gun
1960s-style Dino knitwear at Jump The Gun

3 Comments

  1. Lovely cardigans but wish people would stop calling this stuff “mod”. These were worn by reggae/rasta man in the early-mid 70’s and when wearing these tops I was no Mod. The Mods era finished towards the mid-late 60’s when everyone started growing their hair long.The original mods are now in their late 60’s.

    • Mod really didn’t end in the 1960s. It had a big revival in the late 1970s and mini revivals since. The style, the look and the music has evolved over that time. Yes, the original scene is still a prime inspiration, but 2018 isn’t a recreation of it.

  2. have you any Dino knitwear in blue like on web page1960s-style Dino knitwear at Jump The Gun

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