Spirit of Detroit Toddler Hooded Sweatshirt

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Spirit of Detroit Toddler Hooded Sweatshirt - Toddler Hoodie
Spirit of Detroit Toddler Hooded Sweatshirt - Toddler Hoodie
Design
Spirit of Detroit Toddler Hooded Sweatshirt - Toddler Hoodie
Front
Spirit of Detroit Toddler Hooded Sweatshirt - Toddler Hoodie
Back
Spirit of Detroit Toddler Hooded Sweatshirt - Toddler Hoodie
Hood right
Spirit of Detroit Toddler Hooded Sweatshirt - Toddler Hoodie
Hood left
Spirit of Detroit Toddler Hooded Sweatshirt
Toddler Hoodie
Normal fit
Pullover Hooded Sweatshirt for Toddlers, 60% cotton and 40% polyester fleece, Brand: Rabbit Skins
$18.99
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2 Toddler
4 Toddler
5-6 Toddler
$18.99
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Description
Toddler Hoodie
Normal fit
  • Pullover Hooded Sweatshirt for Toddlers
  • 60% cotton and 40% polyester fleece
  • Brand: Rabbit Skins
Our Toddler Hooded Sweatshirt is lined with jersey cotton (that means it’s extra warm and fuzzy on the inside). The poly/cotton blend helps prevent shrinking because we all know that kids grow fast enough already!
  • 60% cotton / 40% polyester | Fabric weight: 8.0 oz (midweight)
  • Ribbed cuffs and waistband
  • Shoulders, armholes, cuffs and waistband are cover-stitched (sewn on the inside for an apparently seamless look)
  • Side seem pockets allow for larger print area
  • Product may run small, please check size charts
  • Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.
Size chart
A (inch)
B (inch)
C (inch)
2 Toddler
14.49
14.02
11.5
4 Toddler
15.98
15.0
12.99
5-6 Toddler
17.01
15.98
12.99

Design details

Spirit of Detroit Toddler Hooded Sweatshirt
Albert Kahn was born in Germany in 1869. His father, a rabbi, brought the family to the United States. As a youth, Albert apprenticed with a Michigan architect, Geroge D. Mason, and won a scholarship to study in Europe. After returning home, he started his own firm in 1895, Nettleton, Kahn and Trowbridge. The firm, now known as Albert Kahn and Associates, celebrated its 100th anniversary last year and is still considered a leader in industrial plant design. Henry B. Joy hired Kahn to design and build factories for Packard Motor Co. In 1904, after building nine Packard plants, Kahn suggested a new method he had learned in Europe for plant number ten. The building still stands on East Grand Boulevard, its reinforced concrete still sturdy. Early auto plants were dirty, cramped, dark and inefficient. Kahn's new method took into account what the workers did and where their materials should be, increasing the efficiency of the work flow. "Nine-tenths of my success has come because I listened to what people said they wanted and gave it to them," Kahn said. Everyone marveled at the new building. Visitors said it was clean, open, airy, bright, handsome, pleasant, comfortable, efficient, healthful, simple, bold, and well-proportioned. Orders from other automakers began to pour in.