Spirit of Detroit Men's Hooded Sweatshirt

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Spirit of Detroit Men's Hooded Sweatshirt - Men's Hoodie
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Spirit of Detroit Men's Hooded Sweatshirt - Men's Hoodie
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Spirit of Detroit Men's Hooded Sweatshirt
Men's Hoodie
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Lightweight Hooded Sweatshirt for Men, 50% cotton, 50% polyester, Brand: Hanes
$37.49
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Men's Hoodie
Normal fit
  • Lightweight Hooded Sweatshirt for Men
  • 50% cotton
  • 50% polyester
  • Brand: Hanes
This Hanes classic is comfortable, stylish and versatile. Perfect as an outer or under layer, the men’s hooded sweatshirt has become a staple in any wardrobe. Kangaroo-style front pocket is perfect for your phone, keys or anything else you want to stash.
  • 50% cotton/50% polyester | Fabric Weight: 7.8 oz (midweight)
  • Ribbed cuffs and waist hem
  • Adjustable drawstring hood
  • Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.
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S
26.97
20.0
23.98
M
27.99
21.97
24.29
L
28.98
23.98
24.37
XL
29.76
26.97
24.76
2XL
30.98
27.99
25.0

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Spirit of Detroit Men's Hooded Sweatshirt
SS Edmund Fitzgerald (nicknamed "Mighty Fitz," "The Fitz," or "The Big Fitz") was an American Great Lakes freighter launched on June 8, 1958. At the time of her launching, she was one of the first ships to be at or near maximum "St Lawrence Seaway Size" which was 730 feet (220 m) long and 75 feet (23 m) wide. From her launching in 1958 until 1971 the Fitzgerald continued to be one of the largest ships on the Great Lakes On November 10, 1975, while traveling on Lake Superior during a gale, the Fitzgerald sank suddenly in Canadian waters approximately 17 miles (15 nmi; 27 km) from the entrance of Whitefish Bay at a depth of 530 feet (160 m). Although she had reported having some difficulties prior to the accident, the Fitzgerald sank without sending any distress signals. Her crew of 29 perished in the sinking with no bodies being recovered. When found, it was discovered that the Fitzgerald had broken in two.