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Renegade Tiger Stripe Pullover with no Embroidery / Tags

Unbranded exterior Renegade Tiger Stipe pullover.
Renegade unbranded exterior Tiger Stipe top.

I purchased this Renegade Tiger Stripe pullover thinking it was a generic pullover. From the photos I couldn’t even tell if it was twill. It uses the Tiger Stripe pattern that has more brown in it and is not Tim Schloss’ pattern. I assumed it was likely made by Traditional Adventure Gear / Nitro Duck or that it would be a generic model without any sort of tags.

Thick elastic collar and cuffs are similar to standard Renegades but a uses a finer elastic.
Thick elastic collar and cuffs are similar to standard Renegades but a uses a finer elastic.

Upon receiving this pullover I opened it up and was immediately surprised by how heavy the twill material was. The coloring was nice, there was a little stickum on the left arm (pictured on right side of the top photo). The collar and cuffs were also nicely made and the stitching has held up from the mid 1990s surprisingly well. These were both immediate signs that this was not a Traditional Adventure Gear (made in Pakistan) pullover.

Renegade tag that was marked for a large but someone has written and M over it?
Renegade tag that was marked for a large but someone has written and M over it?

Next I looked for a tag and was surprised to read Renegade, made in Loyalhanna PA. I hadn’t seen Renegade pullovers without these signature exterior Red, black or green tag so I was really surprised to see this sizing tag. 

But Renegade made so many different products in so many different patterns that it’s not surprising that some players and stores would likely request an unbranded model. 

The size tag was originally marked for a L (large) but someone had sharpied over it with an M for medium. Trying this Renegade Tiger Stripe pullover on it fits like a large but could easily be worn by a medium.

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