"Curiosity Killed Nothing" is a paradoxical message to the old American proverb "too much curiosity is the source of disaster". It means that despite failures, curiosity and initial impulses have driven humans to make new discoveries and evolve. The distorted graphic expresses instability, giving the impression of an electrifying impulse like a bolt of lightning. The left cuff part is embroidered with a motif that expresses the red pill and blue pill, which means selection.
12.7 oz heavyweight fleece material is used (no brushed lining) and has a firm finish.
The lining has a pile finish, so it feels good on the skin and can be worn for 3 seasons except summer.
|Length||Width||shoulder width||Sleeve Length|