The basic Dinohoodie has awesome spikes at the back, but you can also order a customized hoodie – they can add tiger stripes, a tail, eyes, or teeth. A great gift for the little ones.
Be an alien supervillain’s mechanical body with this sweet Krang hoodie. Fortunately the rest of the ugly exo-suit isn’t printed on to the sweatshirt. Watch out for turtles when you wear this.
HoodieBuddie has created a line of jackets that incorporate earbud drawstrings into the fully washable design, allowing for an iPod or other MP3 player to connect into the pocket of the hoodie.
Wearing this is like having your own personal bodyguard, because next to god, there is no greater protection than Mr. T. We pity the fool who doesn’t find this hoodie hilarious.
If you’re a big comic book fan and don’t mind looking like a complete fool, here’s a hoodie that’s looks just like speed-demon The Flash. Hopefully, if you’re really fast, nobody will see you wearing it.
TAD Gear’s Recon Hoodie is a utility coat for warmer seasons; it features lightweight and breathable fleece fabric, a low profile AERO hood, numerous pockets, D-rings, and media ports.
Ernest Hemingway’s WWI novel gets a modern evil-undead update with this Farewell to Arms Hoodie; it shows post-limb Ash and his boomstick, but his hand will get him in the (rear) end.
The Foot Clan leader is apparently a fashion trendsetter, too: this TMNT Shredder Hoodie features arm and shoulder spikes and a zip-up half mask to scare your half-shell enemies.
Try as we might (or bite), we can’t take our eyes off Ucon’s new Observer Hoodie; part of UCON’s Winter 2009 line, it’s a pre-washed cut & sew sweater made with cotton and polyester.
Loud on the details, Affliction’s Whispering Zip Hoodie eats lesser hoodies for lunch; it sports a black lava wash, silver dome studs, embroidered logo, fleur-de-lis zip, and silver foil accents.
Check out the official pictures for the Star Wars x adidas apparel and footwear lines; part of its Spring/Summer 2010 collection, it’ll be available in January 2010 at adidas Originals stores.
In dark contrast to the original hoodie, Enclothe’s Marioflage 1-2 Hoodie is a dungeon shawl with 8-bit touches everywhere; it sports a mushroom zipper and a WarpZone iPod pocket.
Halloween has already passed, but Ecko’s Black Rhino Collection is a year-round dedication to cult classics; it includes hoodies and tees from Friday the 13th, Saw, and more.
TAD Gear’s Spectre is a feature-rich hoodie for long range patrols; it features a 3-layer/3-season sharkskin soft shell, low-profile AERO hood, 9 pockets, and large-tooth YKK zippers.
Made for riders, Outlier’s Merino Hoodie is made with 18.8 micron fabric (normally used for next-to-skin garments) and features a three panel hood, two-way zipper, and Raglan sleeves.
The Creature Hoodie: Sasquatch Edition gets technical: it sports Polartec fleece, YKK zips, an iPod pocket with headphone port, reinforced elbow patches, and integrated claws/gloves.
Because even destroying cities can get stale: this Transportation Jenga hoodie depicts two mutually monstrous enemies settling the score over a friendly game of stack-the-humans.
It’s likely to encourage frivolous unzipping, but we like the Wishbone Hoodie’s simple appeal; if you don’t believe in wish fulfillment, consider the already broken Wishbone t-shirt.
It’s not designed for orbital drops, but Ecko’s Halo 3: ODST Master Chief Hoodie will keep you warm; it features nylon overlay over fleece, a velcro close hood and self-welt pockets.
Fresh off the success of their inaugural t-shirt line, Glyph Cue owners Matt W. Moore and Kristofer Wilfert have launched a F/W 2009 collection; it’s composed entirely of hoodies.
Available for preorder: Marc Ecko’s Star Wars-themed collaboration continues with new hoodies, bubble jackets and track jackets; top picks: X-Wing Pilot and Storm Trooper.
The Hot Red contrasting pockets drew us in, but we’re wowed by the special coating on Nike’s NSW Boston FZ Hoody: it’s fully waterproof from the 80/20 cotton/terry to the RiRi zippers.
Electric Zombie’s Summer line takes zombie-worship to the next level: there’s zombie robots, rhinos, killer bees and even Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; buy here or view the lookbook.
Even your iPod needs to dress down and do the casual look some days: these iPod Hoodies come in two sizes: large (iPhone, Classic or Touch) and small (4th-gen iPods).
We wish we had seen Brianwood’s Ninja Hoodie back when it launched as part of his We Shall Overcome Fall/Winter 2008 collection; it sports a crazy zip mask with eyeholes.
Ugmonk’s now-classic And Then I Woke Up t-shirt gets a fleece hoodie version with the same black-on-grey colorway; it’s a sans serif version of Snakes & Suits Ampersand hoodie.
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