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A.P.C. Track Sweatshirt - Heather Charcoal
A.P.C. Track Sweatshirt - Heather Charcoal


Track Sweatshirt - Heather Charcoal


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The Track Sweatshirt in Heather Charcoal by A.P.C is made from a speckled slub yarn mélange fleece designed as an everyday luxury basic. This Cotton blend sweatshirt with a flat back interior finish for comfort and easy layering boasts the standard A.P.C. approach to garment production, leveraging minimalist lines and employing only considered details that lend themselves to the overall composition. This perfected, modern fitting basic is well-conceived with all the right elements like the ribbed crewneck with banded twill reinforcement and wide self fabric cuffs and hem. This A.P.C. sweatshirt can become a staple in your wardrobe regardless of style rotations, as the muted charcoal color and snow styled flecks yields a piece that is easily layered over button downs or worn on its own, and will pair well with denim and trousers alike.


  • Modern Fit
  • 95% Cotton / 5% Polyester
  • Mélange Fleece
  • Snow Slub Finish
  • Flat Back Interior
  • Ribbing at Collar, Cuff, Hem
  • Made in Turkey


Model Measurements: 5' 9" | 150 lbs. | 38" Chest | 32" Waist - Wearing Size M

A.P.C. Basics run true to size: we suggest taking your normal size and not sizing down.

We recommend consulting our Sizing Guide and using our Virtual Size Chart.

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About A.P.C.

Founded in 1987 by the infamous Tunisian designer Jean Touitou, Atelier de Production et de Création was born out of the desire to create a French alternative to the overhyped and flamboyant Parisian fashions of his contemporaries. With an early and immediate connection to Japan, A.P.C. represented a minimal and well-crafted aesthetic inspired by military garments, free from unnecessary decorative details. One of the first brands to offer Japanese selvedge denim in modern silhouettes and constantly impacting... View All A.P.C. Products