Unisex Hoodie - Bose Einstein Condensates Are Supercool!
Unisex Hoodie - Bose Einstein Condensates Are Supercool!
Unisex Hoodie - Bose Einstein Condensates Are Supercool!
Unisex Hoodie - Bose Einstein Condensates Are Supercool!
Unisex Hoodie - Bose Einstein Condensates Are Supercool!
Unisex Hoodie - Bose Einstein Condensates Are Supercool!
Unisex Hoodie - Bose Einstein Condensates Are Supercool!
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Unisex Hoodie - Bose Einstein Condensates Are Supercool!

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Who knew that one of the softest hoodies you'll ever own comes with such a cool design about such a supercool subject! This classic hoodie with a convenient pouch pocket and warm hood for will keep you warm chilly surroundings (OK maybe NOT if the surroundings are at close to zero Kelvin or around -273 Celsius).

• 100% cotton face
• 65% ring-spun cotton, 35% polyester
• Front pouch pocket
• Self-fabric patch on the back
• Matching flat drawstrings
• 3-panel hood

Size guide

  CHEST WIDTH LENGTH
S (inches) 20 27
M (inches) 21 28
L (inches) 23 29
XL (inches) 25 30
2XL (inches) 26 ½ 31
3XL (inches) 28 32
  CHEST WIDTH LENGTH
S (cm) 50.8 68.6
M (cm) 53.3 71.1
L (cm) 58.4 73.7
XL (cm) 63.5 76.2
2XL (cm) 67.3 78.7
3XL (cm) 71.1 81.3

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