Common poppies — premium hoodie
- Premium hoodie with a floral motif sewn in a local sewing room from a draped knit fabric made in Poland. Large, durable and clear print made with modern DTF technology. Knitted fabric composition: 90% cotton, 10% polyester.
We will create this product especially for you as soon as you place your order
The high quality edition of hoodies was created for our most demanding customers. Discreet pockets sewn on the sides provide a large printing area, and the use of moderns DTF technology allowed for excellent color reproduction and saturation.
Made in a local sewing room from knit fabric produced in Poland. The knitted fabric is draped, smooth and finished with a soft fleece underneath. The material is pleasant to the touch, warm and comfortable - ideal for cold days.
- 90% cotton, 10% polyester
- Fabric weight: (310 gsm)
- Regular cut
- Black or navy blue
- Sewn in Poland
- Prominent DTF print
The common poppy is an extremely common species, but one can never completely saturate the eye with its sight. The red heads of Papaver rhoeas appear every year in the meadows, and their petals, smooth as silk, easily yield to the lightest breeze. Poppies, though beautiful and ephemeral by nature, are a nuisance to farmers. The seeds, extremely vigorous have a germination capacity of about 30-40 years, and as a persistent weed are a threat to the grain crop. Red poppies have been associated with rich symbolism since ancient times. In ancient times it was associated with the god of sleep Morpheus, perhaps because of the properties of the juice. In modern times - a flower of remembrance for Europe and North America, due to its association with World Wars I and II.
|Size||Width (A)||Length (B)||Sleeve (C)|
|S||56 cm||71 cm||66 cm|
|M||58 cm||72 cm||67 cm|
|L||60 cm||73 cm||68 cm|
|XL||63 cm||74 cm||69 cm|
|XXL||65 cm||76 cm||71 cm|
How to measure?
Hoodies are measured flat, loosely. The measurement, which can be found in the table, was taken at the location indicated by the arrows in the picture below: