Plant Based Kanji Hoodie - Black - Unisex
- Black hoodie with white "PLANT BASED" print & Japanese Kanji on front (newly updated translation which is closer to "PLANT BASED")
- 100% Certified Organic Cotton
- Inspired by the home of streetwear culture - Japan has had a huge influence on streetwear, and wider fashion in general; so the hoodie design was made as a subtle ode to that inspiration. Plus we just love the place! The food there is amazing too, be sure to check out our Plant List food guides to 3 of our fave Japanese cities, as well as our photoshoot in Tokyo
- Our #1 bestselling hoodie!
- Super soft to touch
- Regular fit
- Pullover hood, raglan sleeves
- Lined hood, tonal drawcord, sleeve cuff ribbing, preshrunk to minimise shrinkage
- Always ethically sourced garments - certified by the Fair Wear Foundation
- Hand printed with eco-friendly quality water-based inks
- BUY 1, PLANT 1 — yay, a tree will be planted with this purchase, and every single item you order - helping carbon offset any impact. We keep you looking good, while you keep the planet looking great. Learn more
Its nice and soft, fits well and the environmentalism that created it is only a plus!
Estoy enamorada de esta sudadera. El diseño me encanta y el tejido es de muy buena calidad. Suave y calentito. Mi favorita!
This hoodie is very soft from the inside and is overall very comfortable. The design even after months of washing it did not vanish. Overall there is nothing bad to say about it. :)
I got my first plant faced hoodie couple days ago and I love it! It's super comfy, the print and fabric quality is very good and I literally live in it since.
Shipping was super quick and the hoodie is super comfortable and warm so perfect for the colder weather. Size is coming off bigger than usual, so perfect if you like to wear hoodies slightly oversized.
The Fabric is so super comfy and when wearing it you feel the quality!! So for me wearing the hoodie is: sending a msg outside with a plantbased diet you‘ll feel much more „comfortable“ and your impact (world/environment/animal/health) is gonna be much more qualitative!