American Puerto Rico Ugly Christmas Sweater

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Our exclusive range knitwear are the only “true” 3D knits in the world – made from Environmentally friendly synthetic wool fibers

MATERIAL TYPE: 70% acrylic – 20% wool – 10% Spandex.

We use wool active fibre, meaning it reacts to your body’s temperature to keep you warm in the Winter and cool in the Summer.

This comfortable sweater is a great addition to any wardrobe. Perfect for layering on brisk mornings, this sweater is equipped with stretch properties so your swing is sure to flow unhindered

PRINT: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel.

WASH CARE: Machine Wash Cold With Like Colors, Tumble Dry low if needed or lay flat to dry, use mild detergent, dry immediately.

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I’ve been tattooed in Tokyo twice and once in Paris. But my most recent tattoo was in New Mexico when my fiancée and I got hers and hers zia symbols tattooed on our calves! I love to travel all over the world but New Mexico is something special! (Don’t tell anyone! I went to the Holy Land for my 60th birthday. Got this at Razzouk Tattoo in Jerusalem. I’m going back next month and will get another.

American Puerto Rico Ugly Christmas Sweater

So far, I only have one tattoo. It is The Joshua Tree icon from the U2 album of the same name. I’d considered getting it as a tattoo for about 20 years, but it wasn’t until my very first trip out of the USA, to a place I’d wanted to visit since my adolescence, that I finally bit the bullet and made it happen. I got it tattooed in Dublin, Ireland (the hometown of U2), on my 38th birthday. That U2 album changed my life, as did that first trip to Ireland. After that experience overseas, I came home a changed person. I felt more confident and empowered and I decided to make international travel a new priority in how I spend my time and money. The tattoo is a symbol and reminder of many positive things for me. It may not be obviously about travel to an outside observer, but I’ll always remember that I got it during my first trip abroad.