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Men's Nike Olive Los Angeles Chargers Salute to Service Sideline Therma Pullover Hoodie
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Men's Nike Olive Los Angeles Chargers Salute to Service Sideline Therma Pullover Hoodie

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  • Details
    • Sizing Tip: Product runs true to size. For a looser fit, we recommend ordering one size larger than you normally wear.
    • Material: 100% Polyester
    • Nike Therma fabric helps manage your body's natural heat to keep you warm
    • Dri-FIT ® technology wicks away moisture
    • Embroidered Nike logo
    • Hood with drawstring
    • Midweight hoodie suitable for moderate temperatures
    • Screen print team graphics
    • Heat sealed team graphics on front and USA on back
    • Contrast color camo hood
    • Heat sealed NFL Salute to Service patch fabric applique
    • Embroidered flag patch applique
    • Fleece-lined front pouch pocket
    • Fleece lined
    • Long sleeve
    • Pullover
    • Machine wash, tumble dry low
    • Officially licensed
    • Imported
    • Brand: Nike
  • Description

    Light up the room with your vehement Los Angeles Chargers passion when you don this exciting Salute to Service Sideline Therma pullover hoodie from Nike!

    The NFL does not profit from the sale of Salute to Service products. Charitable contributions are donated to the NFL's military nonprofit partners including the USO, Wounded Warrior Project, Pat Tillman Foundation and TAPS.