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Wander Hoodie: Your Sustainable Streetwear Essential



Introducing our Wander Hoodie, a premium eco-conscious choice for the modern explorer. Crafted with a blend of organic and recycled materials, this hoodie not only offers exceptional comfort but also reflects your commitment to sustainability.

Constructed from 85% organic cotton and 15% recycled polyester, with ribbing made of 97% organic cotton and 3% elastane, our Wander Hoodie prioritizes both style and eco-friendliness. The brushed fleece fabric inside ensures a cozy feel, perfect for chilly days and adventurous outings.

Designed for all, this hoodie boasts a comfortable unisex fit and includes practical features such as a front pouch pocket and a double-layered hood for extra warmth. The flat drawcords with metal eyelets provide a premium finish, while the kangaroo pocket adds functionality to its streetwear appeal.

Complete with an inside/outside label patch for branding and a tear-away care label for convenience, our Wander Hoodie is the perfect choice for those who seek comfort, style, and sustainability in their wardrobe staples.

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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