Champion Hoodie - The Cheerful Cosmic Vertigo Of A Quantum Bubble Of Death

Champion Hoodie - The Cheerful Cosmic Vertigo Of A Quantum Bubble Of Death

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The colorful print is applied to a 100% cotton shell, that has a two-ply hood with a colored lining, together with Champion logo on left sleeve that all come together in this soft and durable hoodie that's made to last - although it will be no help against a quantum bubble of death!

Design backstory:

The design recalls the excellent Cosmic Vertigo podcast series covering astronomical oddities with Drs Duffy & Bauer to riff on Dr Katie Mack's also excellent book "The End Of Everything" covering the intriguing notion that the Universe may be consumed by a quantum bubble expanding at the speed of light ... so at least we wouldn't have time to see it coming! See more on this site link.

Spec:
• 90% cotton, 10% polyester
• 100% cotton shell
• Two-ply hood with a colored lining (black hoodies have a light steel lining in the hood, navy - oxford grey lining, light steel - navy lining)
• V-notch rib detail at neck, and half-moon insert at the back of the neck
• Tone-matching drawstrings
• Front pouch pocket
• 2x1 ribbed spandex enhanced cuffs and bottom band
• Embroidered "C" logo on left sleeve

Size guide

  S M L XL 2XL
Length (inches) 27 ½ 28 ½ 29 ½ 30 ½ 31 ½
Width (inches) 21 23 25 27 29
  S M L XL 2XL
Length (cm) 70 72 75 77 80
Width (cm) 53 58 64 69 74

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