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Women's Cleveland Football Hoodie

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The Cleveland Indians may now be widely known as a baseball team, but in the franchise’s early years, it competed for local attention with another Cleveland Indians, the team that gave birth to Cleveland professional football.

Formed in 1916 and competing in the Ohio League, the gridiron gladiators of the Cleveland Indians enriched Forest City with a new tradition. The team morphed into the Cleveland Tigers in 1919 and joined the American Professional Football Associate (APFA). Two years later the APFA became the National Football League (NFL) and the Tigers returned to their original name the Indians.

Perhaps the greatest and most versatile athlete ever, Jim Thorpe anchored the Cleveland team as player, coach and even APFA league president. Thorpe set the standard for Cleveland football excellence, which was carried forth by original head coach of the Cleveland Browns, Paul Brown, who molded players to fulfill such large shoes. Under Brown, Cleveland would win seven league championships, four in the All-America Football Conference and three in the NFL. Pay homage to Cleveland football’s rich pedigree.

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WOMEN'S STYLE

Styled to never falter, only flatter.

Women's Hoodie

Kangaroo pocket, double-layered drawcord hood and our signature "H" patch embroidered on the left sleeve.

SLIMMER FIT

Stand out in a framing fit.

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Grey, Poly/Cotton/Rayon Blend

A 1-2-3 combo that creates the sharp look and super-soft, worn-in feel you love.

Crafted with Pride

From concept to creation, crafted with uncompromising care and attention to detail.

MADE IN USA

Carrying on our nation’s legacy of high quality.

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Women's Hoodie

Please note that sizes are approximate.

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Length
Chest
XS
25.6
16
S
26.25
17
M
26.9
18
L
27.5
19
XL
28.1
20

Women's Cleveland Football Hoodie

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Women's Cleveland Football Hoodie

$35

The Cleveland Indians may now be widely known as a baseball team, but in the franchise’s early years, it competed for local attention with another Cleveland Indians, the team that gave birth to Cleveland professional football.

Formed in 1916 and competing in the Ohio League, the gridiron gladiators of the Cleveland Indians enriched Forest City with a new tradition. The team morphed into the Cleveland Tigers in 1919 and joined the American Professional Football Associate (APFA). Two years later the APFA became the National Football League (NFL) and the Tigers returned to their original name the Indians.

Perhaps the greatest and most versatile athlete ever, Jim Thorpe anchored the Cleveland team as player, coach and even APFA league president. Thorpe set the standard for Cleveland football excellence, which was carried forth by original head coach of the Cleveland Browns, Paul Brown, who molded players to fulfill such large shoes. Under Brown, Cleveland would win seven league championships, four in the All-America Football Conference and three in the NFL. Pay homage to Cleveland football’s rich pedigree.

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Women's Cleveland Football Hoodie

$35

The Cleveland Indians may now be widely known as a baseball team, but in the franchise’s early years, it competed for local attention with another Cleveland Indians, the team that gave birth to Cleveland professional football.

Formed in 1916 and competing in the Ohio League, the gridiron gladiators of the Cleveland Indians enriched Forest City with a new tradition. The team morphed into the Cleveland Tigers in 1919 and joined the American Professional Football Associate (APFA). Two years later the APFA became the National Football League (NFL) and the Tigers returned to their original name the Indians.

Perhaps the greatest and most versatile athlete ever, Jim Thorpe anchored the Cleveland team as player, coach and even APFA league president. Thorpe set the standard for Cleveland football excellence, which was carried forth by original head coach of the Cleveland Browns, Paul Brown, who molded players to fulfill such large shoes. Under Brown, Cleveland would win seven league championships, four in the All-America Football Conference and three in the NFL. Pay homage to Cleveland football’s rich pedigree.

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