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Mens Right Arm Zip-up Hoodie

Price:
$47.00
SKU:
MZH 601
Weight:
18.00 Ounces
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Product Description

This hoodie features full length arm access made with 20" zippers with dual zipper pulls located at shoulder to wrist.  

Made with up to 5% polyester from recycled plastic. Patented, low pill, high-stitch density fleece. Three-needle topcover stitching along cuffs, waistband, pocket, and hood. Ribbed waistband and cuffs. Dyed-to-match drawcord."

Machine washable




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  1. Comfy Hoodie 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Dec 2017

    Sized correctly; soft and comfy .. very convenient for dialysis use. My husband loves it.


  2. Great Hoodie 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Oct 2017

    I ordered this great Hoodie for my brother who goes to dialysis. He is going to love being able to stay warm on these cold winter days. Thank you for making such a wonderful and needed garments for dialysis patients.


  3. Warm & Comfy Hoodie 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Feb 2016

    I purchased this for my husband & he really likes it. It keeps him warm during treatment & the zipper provides easy access to his fistula which the nurses appreciate. It is true to size & washes up nicely - no shrinkage or 'pilling'. I would purchase this again & would recommend to anyone who needs extra warmth during dialysis treatment. Thank you for a great product!


  4. Nice hooded sweatshirt 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Nov 2015

    Having just begun dialysis I am still learning. The zip up hooded sweatshirts works very well and helps me keep warm during treatment. The technicians appreciate the zipper features that are very easy to use.


  5. dialysis 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Jan 2015

    Makes being at dialysis a lot more comfortable


  6. makes access easy 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Dec 2013

    Ny dad gets cold when he goes to dialysis. This helps him to keep warm