Dissident Men's Tune-Out Deep Cut March 07, 2017 21:24
Introducing Dissident's newest Deep Cut Sleeveless Tune-Out Hoodie! Tailor-made to accentuate your physique with a tapered cut. Meticulously tested, this new hoodie provides just the right coverage without restricting your body's full range of motion. Our classic best-selling Tune-Out now comes as a deep cut. Features our latest DSDNT logo design on the front and a bold Dissident print on its NEW over sized three panel hood. Available in a stealthy black and dark print and red with black print. The hood brim has been widened for a deeper tune out feel. The new 3 panel hood contours perfectly to your head. The hoodie's tapered cut accentuates your physique while the deep cut exposes more of your shoulders and lats. Making it the perfect tool in your arsenal for any upper body workout. It will keep you cool during your toughest workouts.
Dissident's unique ring spun/combed cotton, polyester and spandex blend makes this hoodie soft and lightweight. The fabric is unreal, unlike anything you have experienced before. Our premium-quality material allows our hoodies to stretch and adjust to your movements. The breathable, moisture-wicking fabric helps make your workouts more comfortable, by drawing the sweat away from your body. This will be your favorite workout gear hands down!
|With Dissident's finest attention to details, our Sleeveless Tune-Out Hoodie also features newly redesigned product tags, featuring Be the Anomaly. Live Your Story. Now you only need to look at your tag to find your motivation.|
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