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    SF344-ww

    Unisex Eco-friendly Hoodie - Wonder and Wander

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    This eco-friendly hoodie is made of the sustainable blend of organic cotton and recycled polyester. Good re-use of trash. A beautiful print in the front depicts our planet from a distance with tall fir trees in a foreground. The design is printed in low impact, safe dyes and is placed on the back. Letters read "Wander + Wander" - good mantra for all of us and a simple reminder each time you put the hoodie on.
    The hoody has super soft fleece on the inside, thick string for sinching the hood, kangaroo pocket in the front and unisex styling. Perfect for cool days and nights.
     
    Fabric: 50% organic cotton, 50% recycled plastic (from recycled beverage bottles).
    Made in the USA
    Green shirt under the hoodie (on a picture) is NOT included.
     

    Note: Table below lists Manufacturer recommended sizes. Since this item is Unisex, garment falls slightly on a smaller side of men's and larger side of women sizes.

    We also measured item by hand - to see these click on the "Size" button top-left of the main picture, scroll down to your size and note garment measurements (in Inches). 

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    Manufacturer's Measurements- (inches)
    Small - Chest: 34-36" Length: 25.5"
    Medium - Chest: 36-38" Length: 26.5" 
    Large - Chest: 42-44" Length: 27.5"
    X-Large - Chest: 44-46" Length: 28"
    XX-Large - Chest: 48-50" Length: 28"

     

     

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    Your purchase supports the preservation of traditional craft and the love of natural fibers. You help to minimize exploitative labor and environmental damage. 

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