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SF348-mf

Unisex Eco-friendly Hoodie - Moon and Forest

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A great zipped unisex hoodie that is made with an eco-friendly blend of organic cotton and re-used plastic bottles (recycled polyester). Great way of making trash to work.
A mindful graphic design on the back depicts moon with tall fir trees in a foreground, no wording. Print is made with low-impact, eco-friendly dyes. 
Hoody has incredibly soft, thick fleece on the inside, thick cotton string for the hood, full metal zipper in a front, two side pockets. Perfect for both men or women.
 
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 sizes provided by the Manufacturer. Since it's a unisex item, measurement falls a bit on a smaller side for men, larger side for women.

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

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Manufacturer's Measurements- (in 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"

 

 

Who Made My clothes

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