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Mountain Fortune Hunter Hoodie

Item #: PHCM200
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Super soft fleece hoodie features drawstring ties, a kangaroo front pocket and an antiqued nickel zipper. Phish logo in bright orange embroidered onto the breast. Made sustainable Eco-Fleece, low-impact yarn dyed, fabric washed. Unisex fit.

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