Constantly yelling “I’m BATMAN!” is a one way ticket to Arkham, unless you’re wearing this convincing Full Image Hoodie; it sports eye holes that let you see out while others can’t see in.
Offbeat yet lowkey, this relaxed fit All Sorts Hoodie by Insight features irregularly spaced stripes with sporadic bursts of color; also: deep kangaroo pockets and logo zipper pull.
Completely cut and sewn, this Reversible Fletcher Zip Hoodie sports a grey/black diamond pattern on one side, a houndstooth teal motif on the other, and custom stitching on both.
Even if purple ain’t your color, this Space Junkie Hoodie is a must for retro arcade fans; the Galaga print on the front is cool, but we’re really digging the alien cha-cha line on the hood.
This Captain Zip Hoodie is just the way we like ’em: plain and honest. All exterior pockets have flaps, the hood is removable and the melton wool shell is quilted to keep you warm.
With ribbed details and pocket patches, Monarchy’s Hoody Sweater is reminiscent of those worn by British commandos; adjustable side straps let you size according to your waist.
9grand’s hooded Eastwood jacket is a bit schizophrenic, with lumberjack plaid up top and along the sleeves; still, it’s a decent mashup of the great outdoors with urban casual.
This Shag Master Creature Hoodie is strangely functional: it features an iPod pocket with wire port, removable velcro patches, and swappable bear ears and devil horns. Thanks, Meep!
With asymmetric stripes and custom buttons, Tavik’s Burnout Hoodie is casual yet not anonymous; it’s made out of stretchy French terry and includes both kangaroo and arm pockets.
Made with Italian wool, these DWP Premium Hoodies are an exercise in different patterns while retaining a clean-cut aesthetic: choose from houndstooth, pinstriping and plaid.
Indie-apparel maker Homeroom has just released their Fall/Winter collection; our top pick goes to the simple but asymmetric Portman Hoodie; it’s inspired by vintage motorcycle jackets.
Score some 8-bit street cred with this MarioFlauge hoodie; it abounds with geek-friendly features, including quick action thumb holes, an inner iPod pocket and mushroom zipper.
Part goofy and part genius, HeadHood’s hand-printed hooded sweatshirts have been seen on MTV, NBC and even Kanye West’s blog; their LEGO Minifig hoodie is our favorite by far.
It’s hard to pick just one of Cardboard Robot’s hoodies. They use a mix of creative printing techniques, from dyeing to all-over/belt; Arsenal of Democracy is our favorite.
While most graphic apparel is fixated on the chest, Usugrow’s Sword Hoodie comes from behind with a badass skull; our favorite part is the way the swords wrap around to the front.
We loved Ecko’s Star Wars tees, so we were happy to see this Boba Fett Hoodie; the classic yellow, green and red colorway looks pretty cool. Also available: a Storm Trooper hoodie.
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