To make it both resistant and comfortable, we opted for a French terry jersey. It is cozy, moisture-wicking, absorbent and thick enough to guarantee a beautiful hold over time.
We wanted a comfortable Hoodie so we worked on a straight cut, slightly wider in chest and longer, all tightened at the waist and cuffs by ribbed edges. We added two zippers for additional comfort to give you additional freedom of movement. Just what you need.
To ensure that this Hoodie does not deform after three washes, we reinforced the stitches.
For the seams, we opted for a Flatlock stitch that allows an edge-to-edge assembly. Basically, we place our two pieces of fabric side by side and sew them together. In addition to being pretty, it is a technique that allows you to maintain flexibility without weakening the strength of the part. It is a win win.
It is cut from the same jersey as the body, lined for more hold, mounted on a round neck reinforced by an adjustable flat drawstring.
HANDS IN THE POCKET
Like the hood, the kangaroo pocket comes straight from its sporting origins. So that it does not deform, we have strengthened the ends of ours reinforced seams. And then, brushed the inside of the pocket for a sweet happiness.