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A classic pull over hoodie embodying who we are.

Ride in comfort. Ride in style. Ride Wyoming.



  • 6.5 oz. Heather Grey poly/cotton blend)
  • Kangaroo pocket
  • White drawcord
  • Stretchy athletic ribbed cuffs and waistband



This ridiculously soft Bella + Canvas Ultra Soft Ride Wyoming Pullover Hoodie comes dark heather grey to show off our true style. This is a premium look and feel that will garner all sorts of attention with premium comfort. Totally worth it.

How soft do you think this hoodie is? Nope. It's softer. Customers claim these custom hoodies are like butter (which doesn't really make sense to us because often butter is hard when it comes out of the fridge). We're going to say they feel like hugging marshmallow bunnies. 

These pull over hoodies are spun from a plush fabric that is made up of cotton and polyester fibers, with slightly more cotton for extra softness and the potential for shrinkage the first time you wash them. 

These are oversized and boxy for an old-school "I'll be on the couch if you need me" or "Let's hit the trails" kind of fit. The sleeves are long - long enough that you can pull them over your hands if you're cold, but since they have cuffs, they're easy to keep at bay on your wrists when you don't need the extra warmth.

The OG Dark Heather Grey Hoodie


Washing Instructions:

Machine was cold. Select the gentlest option on your washing machine. Turn the hoodie inside out.

We highly suggest you wash these hoodies inside out. The Ride Wyoming design is a rather large print and will fade over-time. To lengthen the life of the print, wash this hoodie inside out.

Not only will this minimize the amount of friction between your hoodie and the rest of your laundry, but it will prevent the colors from fading as well. On top of that, it makes it easier to wash away the dirt and sweat that is embedded in the inner layer (since it’s exposed to the surface). 

Drying Instructions:

Pass on the dryer.

Graphic clothing does not do well under heat. For this reason, you do not want to put them in the dryer—even the tumble low setting will cause the ink to crack. Instead, hang them up on a clothesline to dry; a drying rack also works great.

Skipping the dryer comes with another benefit—you’ll save yourself money on your electricity bill. After all, the machine is quite a power hog. By line drying or hanger drying your graphic hoodies/tshirts, you’ll also be minimizing the amount of greenhouse gases that are emitted into the atmosphere.

If you MUST use a dryer, use the lowest tumble setting possible. They will still fade and crack over time, however this can lengthen the life by a long time.

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