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'Whole Lot Of Game' in Reverse He Got Game CW Unisex Pullover Hoodie

$44.99

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This pullover hoodie is markedly soft, unisex with a loose fit that is versatile and lends itself to daily wear. Spun from a plush fabric that is made up of cotton and polyester fibers, this hoodie features an up-to-date fit, hood with hoodie colored drawcords, kangaroo pocket, ribbed cuffs and waistband.

Sizes S-3XL: Cotton Heritage: 8.5 oz., 3-end fleece, soft-washed, 100% cotton-faced exterior, 65%/35% cotton/polyester blend, except Oatmeal Heather (99%/1% cotton/polyester), and all other Heathers (60%/40% cotton/polyester).

Sizes 4XL-7XL: Pro Club Inc: Heavyweight Pullover Hoodie (9oz) is crafted with a heavyweight, durable and soft fleece.

.: Retail fit
.: 60% Cotton, 40% Polyester
.: Tear-Away Labels
.: Relaxed fit for superior comfort
.: World famous for its premium thickness and weight
.: Constructed with soft and durable 9oz 60 percent ring-spun cotton, 40 percent polyester fleece
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