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Dads Who Wander Eco Hoodie: Stylish Sustainability for Adventurous Spirits



Embark on your next adventure in style with our Dads Who Wander Eco Hoodie. Crafted from premium organic and recycled materials, this hoodie offers unparalleled comfort while championing sustainability.

Made with 85% organic cotton and 15% recycled polyester, along with ribbing composed of 97% organic cotton and 3% elastane, this hoodie prioritizes both comfort and environmental responsibility. The brushed fleece fabric inside ensures warmth and coziness, making it perfect for any journey.

Designed for versatility, this hoodie features a comfortable unisex fit and includes practical elements such as a front pouch pocket and a double-layered hood for added warmth. The flat drawcords with metal eyelets add a touch of sophistication, while the kangaroo pocket offers convenient storage for your essentials.

Complete with inside/outside label patch for branding and a tear-away care label for ease of use, our Dads Who Wander Eco Hoodie is the perfect choice for conscious consumers who refuse to compromise on style or sustainability.

Size guide

  A (inches) B (inches) C (inches) D (inches)
XS 18 ½ 26 ⅜ 5 ¼ 23 ⅝
S 20 ⅛ 26 ¾ 5 ½ 23 ⅞
M 21 ⅝ 27 ⅛ 5 ¾ 24
L 23 ¼ 28 ⅛ 5 ⅞ 24 ¼
XL 25 ¼ 29 ⅛ 6 ½ 24 ⅜
2XL 27 ½ 30 ¼ 6 ⅞ 24 ⅝
3XL 29 ⅞ 31 ½ 7 ½ 24 ¾
4XL 32 ¼ 32 ⅝ 7 ⅞ 25.00
5XL 34 ⅝ 33 ⅞ 8 ⅝ 25 ¼
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