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Under Armour Men's WWP Property Of Fleece Pullover Hoodie

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  • 60% cotton, 40% polyester Charged Cotton fabric

  • Wicks away moisture and dries super-fast

  • Three-piece hood with drawcord adjustment

  • Self-fabric binding at the cuffs and waist hem

  • Kangaroo pouch pocket for convenient storage


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under_armour Show your support for the men and women who put their lives on the line to serve and protect our country with the WWP Property Of Fleece Pullover Hoodie. Under Armour's exclusive Charged Cotton fleece fabric - an ultra-soft 60% cotton, 40% polyester blend - wicks away moisture and dries faster than traditional cotton, ensuring superior all-day comfort. This classic HeatGear sweatshirt features a three-piece hood with drawcord adjustment; self-fabric binding at the sleeve cuffs and waist hem; and a kangaroo pouch pocket for convenient gear storage. An eye-catching screenprint graphic at the center chest reads "Property Of Wounded Warrior Project, Est. 2003." A UA logo print at the right sleeve lends distinctive Under Armour styling. Regular fit. Imported.


WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT: Under Armour's Wounded Warrior Project apparel is more than just a nod to our men and women in uniform - it helps support the program, giving back to those who have sacrificed so much for our country. Between August 2012 and December 2015, Under Armour will make a donation of over $2 million to the Wounded Warrior Project, benefiting injured service members and their families.

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