Kid’s reversible hoody, the perfect hoody for kids who love to explore! Warm and durable with feature pockets, you can be sure your little one will stand out from the crowd!
Product: Kid’s Reversible curved hoody
Composition: 50% Spunpoly anti-pil fleece in orange
50% Cotton jersey in dark grey
Screen printed design: parrot repeat in dark grey water based ink
Neck style: Age 1-2 no buttons, all other sizes have buttons
Pocket style: mittens
Stitching matches the fabrics
This fabric has a soft feel Anti pill face with a brushed back and is manufactured from 100% polyester.
Our jersey is 100% Cotton and comes in two weights which we refer to as ‘Single’ and ‘Double’ in our product descriptions, one is a single Cotton jersey with a weight of 140gsm, and one is an interlocked Cotton jersey with a weight of 185gsm. What this really means that some of our hoodies may have slightly thicker jersey than others, for example our jersey hoody dress uses double jersey for the main part for extra strength and shape. Either way when it’s teamed up with the fleece you can be sure you’ll stay warm!
All our screen printing is done with water based inks which are kinder on the environment than traditionally used plastisol inks. Plastisol inks contain PVC and phthalates which are harmful to the environment, they also require harsh solvents for washing the screens meaning even more damage. By using water based inks we know that we are helping to look after both our customers and our world.
Our clothing is machine washable up to 40° and we recommend air drying although they can be tumble dried if necessary but that’s not best for the environment!
If needed, iron on the jersey side, all our prints can be safely ironed over due to the water based inks we use.
Do not iron over fleece.
Check out our recycling scheme where you can bring back your outgrown hoody and get money off your next one or store credit. We then repair and rehome the pre worn hoodies stopping them go into landfill. Please contact us to find out more about our recycling scheme.