01.16.18 RELEASE

01.16.18 RELEASE

ROBERT BAILEY

UNSTOPPABLE PULLOVER - BLACK or GREY | $52

This is our standard raglan cut hooded pullover that will give you the warmth and comfort you need but is tailored just enough to make you feel good about wear a sweatshirt. Our hoody will be your favorite hoody to pull on after coming in after adventures outside in the snow. #Unstoppable

PRODUCT DETAILS: 
  • Super soft, warm fleece: 60% polyester, 40% cotton
  • Raglan cut sleeve
  • Slimmer fit and less bulky compared to stock, baggy hoodies
  • Ribbed cuffs and hem for a snug fit

BEN STAR PULLOVER - BLACK or MAROON | $52

This is our standard raglan cut hooded pullover that will give you the warmth and comfort you need but is tailored just enough to make you feel good about wear a sweatshirt. Our hoody will be your favorite hoody to pull on after coming in after adventures outside in the snow. Featuring a Ben Star design available in 2 different color combinations. B-E-N is back again.

PRODUCT DETAILS: 
  • Super soft, warm fleece: 60% polyester, 40% cotton
  • Raglan cut sleeve
  • Slimmer fit and less bulky compared to stock, baggy hoodies
  • Ribbed cuffs and hem for a snug

FNF LIGHTWEIGHT THERMAL - OLIVE AND OATMEAL | $38

We're excited to be adding another thermal to our arsenal, welcome our New Lightweight Thermal. This 60%/40% cotton-poly blend will be perfect for layering on those lighter weather days or just wearing out on the town. 

PRODUCT DETAILS: 
  • Fabric: 40% polyester, 60% cotton
  • Light and stretchy
  • Tone sleeve print

UNSTOPPABLE CREWNECK - NAVY or OLIVE | $48

Go from snow to street with the ever classic crew neck style pullover. Create that laid back layered look and superset this crew over a tee or thermal. #Unstoppable

PRODUCT DETAILS: 
  • Material: 60% polyester 40% cotton fleece
  • Raglan cut sleeves
  • Fitted, slimmer body
  • Ribbed waistline, cuffs, and neckline
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