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This unisex Gildan hooded sweatshirt features a contrasting hood and comes with the Delta Delta Delta greek symbols in 4 inch flock letters across the chest. What are FLOCK Letters? Flock is a soft material that features a suede-like finish that is perfect for fashion wear. Great feel! Click on the links below to see what flock looks like up close and to view the colors of flock. Don't forget to also click on the Sweatshirt colors below to see what each sweatshirt looks like. This is a unisex sized hoody - click on sizing link below to help with sizing questions. Hoody Features: Gildan brand; 7.75-ounce; 50% cotton and 50% polyester Heavy Blend fleece; air jet yarn creates a smooth, low-pill surface; contrasting jersey-lined hood; Dark Grey flat drawcord and twill tape; 1x1 spandex ribbed cuffs and waistband; durable double-needle stitching throughout; roomy pouch pocket; unisex. Rush service is available for 15% of the total, this service can be selected during checkout.
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