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August 9th, 2012 · No Comments

Get your college hoody at

Let’s just say that you have a kid that is old enough to be in college.  And let’s say that somehow you still have enough money to shop at Costco.  Well, you can now combine those two and get a hoody emblazoned with your favorite college from  They have quite a large selection of college sweatshirts available, as well as a couple of other college logo pieces like t-shirts.  But really, the majority are hooded sweatshirts.

In the lineup of college logo wear, there are 82 different products for you to choose from.  The majority of the offerings, 66 actually, are priced at $34.99 for a grey poly fleece hooded sweatshirt with different college logos on the front.  This is kind of the standard college hoody, that every self-respecting college student has in their wardrobe.  Some of them, most of them really, have the college name in satin twill applique in the appropriate school colors, but some of them have a mascot image or a football on them, and of course all of them have the required front pouch pocket.  There are also ten hooded sweatshirts for $29.99 that are a variety of colors depending on the college.  I’m not really sure why these are less expensive, but in any case there aren’t very many of them available.  There are also six items that don’t fit into the hoody category, such as a single fleece vest for the Oregon Ducks and then five t-shirts for different colleges, all of these cost $19.99 except for the New Mexico Lobos t-shirt which is a mere $13.99.  All of the sweatshirts and t-shirts come in sizes small through XX-large; a size for every member of the family surely.

These would make a great gift for your favorite college freshman, a little something as a going away to school present perhaps.  Or, maybe you are a graduate of one of these schools and would like to update your game day sweatshirt  No matter what the reason is, this is a great way to show your school spirit.


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