Unisex zip hoodie - Not Just A Wordle, A Hermitian Operator!
Unisex zip hoodie - Not Just A Wordle, A Hermitian Operator!
Unisex zip hoodie - Not Just A Wordle, A Hermitian Operator!
Unisex zip hoodie - Not Just A Wordle, A Hermitian Operator!
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Unisex zip hoodie - Not Just A Wordle, A Hermitian Operator!

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We got the design idea from a comment from Ben, a customer in San Francisco. In mathematics Hermitian operators are symmetric matrices although they have some special properties.

The people in the burgeoning field of quantum computing make extensive use of Hermitian operators and Hamiltonians (and other words starting with "H"), sometimes they even play Scrabble and do Wordle puzzles!

For when you get chilly on a summer evening by the lake, or simply need something comfy to throw on, this lightweight unisex zip hoodie with a modern fit, hood, front zip, and a kangaroo pocket is the way to go.

• 50% polyester, 25% airlume combed ring-spun cotton, 25% rayon
• Fabric weight 5.6 oz/yd² (189.9 g/m²)
• Unisex fit (men may want to order a size up for a looser fit)
• Side-seamed construction
• Hooded
• Kangaroo pocket

Size guide

  CHEST TO FIT CHEST LENGTH
XS (inches) 31-34 14 ¾ 24 ⅞
S (inches) 34-37 16 ¼ 25 ¾
M (inches) 38-41 18 ¼ 26 ⅞
L (inches) 42-45 20 ¼ 28
XL (inches) 46-49 22 ¼ 29 ⅛
2XL (inches) 50-53 24 ¼ 30 ¼
  CHEST TO FIT CHEST LENGTH
XS (cm) 78.7-86.4 37.5 63.2
S (cm) 86.4-94 41.3 65.4
M (cm) 96.5-104.1 46.4 68.3
L (cm) 106.7-114.3 51.4 71.1
XL (cm) 116.8-124.5 56.5 74
2XL (cm) 127-134.6 61.6 76.8

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