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HOUSTON... YOU HAVE A PROBLEM HQ. - Unisex Fleece Zip Hoodie by American Apparel
HOUSTON... YOU HAVE A PROBLEM HQ. - Unisex Fleece Zip Hoodie by American Apparel
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HOUSTON... YOU HAVE A PROBLEM HQ. - Unisex Fleece Zip Hoodie by American Apparel
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Unisex Fleece Zip Hoodie by American Apparel
Slimmer fit
Unisex zip hoodie jacket with fleece inner lining, 50% cotton and 50% polyester, Brand: American Apparel
$47.99
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Unisex Fleece Zip Hoodie by American Apparel
Slimmer fit
  • Unisex zip hoodie jacket with fleece inner lining
  • 50% cotton and 50% polyester
  • Brand: American Apparel
A true classic, this comfy, cozy zip-up is the definition of an all-arounder. Wear it alone as a light outer layer, or throw it on under a jacket — there’s no wrong way to sport this fuzzy, warm hoodie from American Apparel.
  • 50% cotton/50% polyester | Fabric weight: 8.2 oz (midweight)
  • Super soft fleece is combed on the outside and curly on the inside
  • Adjustable drawstring hoodie, kangaroo pocket, ribbed cuffs and waist
  • PLEASE NOTE: order a size smaller for a more snug fit
  • Made, produced and printed in the U.S.A.
Size chart
A (inch)
B (inch)
C (inch)
XS
24.49
16.5
24.8
S
24.76
17.24
25.0
M
25.98
19.02
25.24
L
27.01
21.5
25.51
XL
28.5
22.52
25.75
2XL
29.02
23.5
26.26

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Apollo 13 was the seventh manned mission in the American Apollo space program and the third intended to land on the Moon. The craft was launched on April 11, 1970 from the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, but the lunar landing was aborted after an oxygen tank exploded two days later, crippling the service module upon which the Command Module depended. Despite great hardship caused by limited power, loss of cabin heat, shortage of potable water, and the critical need to jury-rig the carbon dioxide removal system, the crew returned safely to Earth on April 17.