Arborwear Tech Double Thick Pullover Hoodie - Men's

Arborwear Tech Double Thick Pullover Hoodie - Men's
Arborwear Tech Double Thick Pullover Hoodie - Men's
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Tech Double Thick Pullover Hoodie - Men's by Arborwear
Arborwear designed the Men's Tech Double Thick Pullover Hoodie as an update to their heavyweight sweatshirt line--and created an option that is 33% lighter than their popular Double Thick Sweatshirt. This hoodie is constructed with two layers of heavyweight fleece to be warm and tough for working outside, while soft for hard-working comfort. Built for performance, this sweatshirt features underarm gussets that allow you your full range of motion, while an oversized hood with a snap closure at the neck eases transitions in and out. A Teflon coating repels most water and oil based liquid to keep this hoodie looking fresh so you can transition from working in the yard to dinner without changing.

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SKU: ABW000P
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