I've never met a hoodie or sweat I didn't like, and this one is no exception. The raglan sleeve makes the neckline wider which is awesome for kids with a big melon, or kids that just hate having shirts pulled over their heads. The pants are so comfortable. Your kid will never want to take them off.
Note the details like the print inside the hood and the tag-less neckline. This will be a fav.
Cuffs keep the fabric tight against the wrists & ankle
Faux Drawstring on pant
66% Rayon from Bamboo 28% Cotton 6% Spandex
Wash with Care
The next few times you wash your tie-dyed shirts, you may want to wash them separately just in case any of the color continues to bleed. Turn your shirt inside out prior to putting it in the washer. This can help reduce the amount of fading on the outside of the shirt. Wash using cold water as this helps prevent dyes from bleeding and be sure to use a gentle detergent that is formulated to work in cold water.
Wash On the Gentle Cycle
Avoid washing your tie-dyed shirt with heavy items like jeans. Heavy items can cause friction in the wash which can make other fabrics fade. Consider using short or gentle wash cycles to minimize friction.
Don’t Give it the Chance to Bleed
Don’t leave your wet shirts in the washing machine for too long after the cycle has completed. This can give colors time to bleed out. When possible, dry on a clothesline indoors or in the shade since sunlight fades bright colors. Laying them flat to dry works, too. Avoid drying in the dryer after the first washing, if possible.