Yin Yang Wolves – Hoodie

$45.00$49.00

After just one wash you will not know where the print ends and the hoodie begins. Our unique printing process actually pulls the dye color out of the fabric and leaves the ink color behind, essentially dyeing the cotton with the ink.
A premier pullover hooded sweatshirt, constructed of the finest ring spun cotton we could find. 80/20 cotton/poly blend, 9.5 oz, and featuring a jersey lined hood and front pocket, and sporting comfortable 1×1 ribbed cuffs and waistband. These hoodies are incredibly soft and comfortable! Preshrunk + oversized = epic comfort.

  • Heavyweight 100% cotton tee that won’t shrink or fade
  • Photo realistic images that won’t crack or separate from the shirt
  • Environmentally friendly printing process using organic reactive dyes and water based inks
  • Hand dyed and printed by expert artisans in New Hampshire

All proceeds go directly to support homeless, rescued animals at the Animal Care Sanctuary. The Animal Care Sanctuary is a nonprofit 501(c)3 No Kill Shelter That has been rescuing animals since 1967.

See Full Product Description And Instructions For Care Below.

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Description

The proceeds from every sale go towards our non-profit efforts here at Animal Care Sanctuary. We are a “NO KILL” shelter!

ALSO…
Every shirt purchased from our store provides a vaccine for a rescued, homeless cat or dog. Every TWO shirts provides a microchip for a homeless cat or dog!

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Pre-Shrunk, Medium Weight 100% Cotton. Unisex Sizes. Hand-Dyed and Printed Using Soft, Non-Toxic Water-Based Inks. Reinforced Double-Stitching On All Seams. Relaxed Classic Fit.

APPAREL CARE

All Mountain Clothing – Machine wash in cold water. Mild detergent is safe to use. Do not bleach. Tumble dry.

Additional information

Size

Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, 2X-Large, 3X-Large

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