'Class of 2020' Hoodie - Black - XS

Ref: P10010990

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  • Printed RGU logo on the front with printed 'Class of 2020' design on the back.
  • Material: 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester.
  • Drop shoulder style.
  • Soft cotton faced fabric.
  • Double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord.
  • Front pouch pocket with small hidden opening for earphone cord feed.
  • Ribbed cuffs and hem.
  • Twin needle stitching.
  • Tear out label.
  • WRAP Certified Production


  • Please note this item is custom produced on demand, please allow up to 10 working days for your order to be printed and dispatched
  • UK orders will be shipped via Royal Mail recorded delivery, EU orders will be shipped via Royal Mail recorded delivery or DPD courier (weight dependent), worldwide orders will be shipped via DPD courier.

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