New! Ceasefire Hooded Sweatshirt

Regular price $55.00
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Support Pale*tine by wearing this new design. The poppy flower, the national symbol of Palestine, represents hope for the people. Write to your local government and ask for a ceasefire now. 


This unisex heavy blend hooded sweatshirt is relaxation itself. Made with a thick blend of cotton and polyester, it feels plush, soft and warm, a perfect choice for any cold day. In the front, the spacious kangaroo pocket adds daily practicality while the hood's drawstring is the same color as the base sweater for extra style points.

  • Medium-heavy fabric (8.0 oz/yd²), 50% cotton, 50% polyester for warmth and coziness.
  • Classic fit with a pouch pocket and tear-away label for comfort and a scratch-free experience.
  • Color-matched drawcord and double-lined hood for style and durability.
  • Made with 100% ethically grown US cotton, part of the US Cotton Trust Protocol for ethical and sustainable production.
  • Uses OEKO-TEX-certified dyes with low environmental impact.
  • Fabric blend for Heather Sport colors: 60% polyester, 40% cotton.
  S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL
Width, in 20.08 22.05 24.02 25.98 27.99 29.92 31.89 33.86
Length, in 27.17 27.95 29.13 29.92 31.10 31.89 33.07 33.86
Sleeve length from center back, in 33.50 34.50 35.50 36.50 37.50 38.50 39.50 40.50

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We want you to feel good about wearing our clothes and to know where it comes from. To minimise waste and landfill, we print our clothes as orders come in. We also ensure our clothes are made in WRAP certified factories around the world. We use water-based ink which is environmentally friendly and safer for humans. 

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