Pabst Blue Ribbon Ugly Christmas Sweater – TAGOTEE

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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 share Learn from yesterday, Live for today, Hope for tomorrow with 2 daughters – split it up on my 55th birthday. That to me is about travel – through life & on the road. After my trip to Ireland last year, my Irish DNA was really stirred up more than I ever expected. So, before this year’s trip to Ireland, I got a very pretty shamrock tat that also included a thistle for my Scottish heritage, a rose for my English heritage, and a California poppy to represent my Dad & I being California natives.

Pabst Blue Ribbon Ugly Christmas Sweater

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