Premium Zoodie, Runestone, Black

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  • Premium quality 
  • Runic Eyelets
  • Thor's Hammer front zip puller
  • Color: Black
  • Material: 100% organic cotton (310g) 
  • Organic dyeing process
  • Organic printing dye and method
  • Full zip hoodie
  • Black zipper
  • Double fabric hood, ribbed cuffs and hem
  • Utility pocket on left arm
  • Kangaroo pouch pocket 
  • Washable at 40 degrees
  • Copyrighted design by Grimfrost
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Meet your new favorite hoodie. This premium full zip hoodie is custom-made for Grimfrost in soft, luxurious organic cotton. Even the dyeing and printing processes are fully organic, which is good for both you and Mother Earth. The hoodie comes with a zipped utility pocket on the left arm and spacious kangaroo pouch pockets. To top things off, we have given the drawstring eyelets a Younger Futhark runic circle and added a Thor's Hammer puller to the front zipper.

The runes in the front read "Grimfrost". The back has a runestone print with ancient Viking wisdom from Hávamál. It translates to:

"The coward believes he will live forever
If he holds back in the battle,
But in old age he shall have no peace
Though spears have spared his limbs."

Product number: 2273

The model is 6'1" (185 cm) and weighs 265 lbs (120 kg). He wears a size XL Hoodie.


The hoodie is made from 100% organic cotton. Even the dyeing and printing processes are fully organic, which is good for both You and Mother Earth. They are packed in LDPE bags made from recycled plastic. The bags are both recyclable & biodegradable (12-24 months). 

Hávamál (The Sayings of the High One) consists out of Old Norse poems from the Viking Age that present advice for living, proper conduct and wisdom. The runes are of the Younger Futhark runic alphabet which was used during the Viking Age. "Grimfrost" is written in the Younger Futhark with a stung K-rune, turning it into a G-rune. Stung runes appeared during the Viking Age, around the year 1000.

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