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Wandering Dad Eco Hoodie: Sustainable Comfort for the Modern Nomad



Introducing the Wandering Dad Eco Hoodie, the epitome of sustainable comfort for the modern nomad. Crafted from premium organic and recycled materials, this eco-friendly hoodie offers a luxurious feel while minimizing environmental impact.

Made from 85% organic cotton and 15% recycled polyester, with ribbing composed of 97% organic cotton and 3% elastane, this hoodie is as soft on the skin as it is on the planet. The brushed fleece fabric inside provides warmth and coziness, perfect for your outdoor adventures.

Designed for both men and women, this hoodie boasts a comfortable unisex fit and features a double-layered hood for added insulation. The flat drawcords with metal eyelets elevate the hoodie's premium feel, while the kangaroo pocket adds practicality and style.

Whether you're exploring the great outdoors or simply embracing urban wanderlust, the Wandering Dad Eco Hoodie is the ideal companion. Complete with inside/outside label patch for branding and a tear-away care label for convenience, this hoodie is a must-have for conscious consumers seeking style and sustainability in one package.

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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