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Nike Indianapolis Colts Women's Olive Salute to Service Performance Pullover HoodieNike Indianapolis Colts Women's Olive Salute to Service Performance Pullover HoodieNike Indianapolis Colts Women's Olive Salute to Service Performance Pullover HoodieNike Indianapolis Colts Women's Olive Salute to Service Performance Pullover HoodieNike Indianapolis Colts Women's Olive Salute to Service Performance Pullover Hoodie

Nike Indianapolis Colts Women's Olive Salute to Service Performance Pullover Hoodie

In Stock - GUARANTEED by Saturday 4/28 or it's FREE when you order today and choose a 4/28 or faster ship method - See terms and exclusions
Sale: $59.49
Regular: $84.99
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  • GUARANTEED by Saturday 4/28 or it's FREE when you order today and choose a 4/28 or faster ship method
Details
  • Sizing Tip: Product runs small. We recommend ordering one size larger than you normally wear.
  • Material: 100% Polyester
  • Nike Therma fabric helps manage your body's natural heat to keep you warm
  • Hood with adjustable drawstring
  • Heat-sealed graphics
  • Raglan cut sleeves
  • Cowl neck
  • Midweight hoodie suitable for moderate temperatures
  • Embroidered fabric applique
  • Sublimated print on hood
  • Front pouch pocket
  • Long sleeve
  • Pullover
  • Machine wash, tumble dry low
  • Tagless Collar
  • Officially licensed
  • Imported
  • Brand: Nike
Description
Every day is a great day to have a style that is always on point! Highlight your fresh look with this Salute to Service pullover hoodie from Nike. It is sure to add on to your game day attire in the best way possible while also keeping you warm. While being outfitted with Nike's special Therma fabric, it features bold Indianapolis Colts graphics along with a comfy polyester blend. <br><br>The NFL does not profit from the sale of Salute to Service products. Charitable contributions are donated to the NFL's military nonprofit partners including the USO, Wounded Warrior Project, Pat Tillman Foundation and TAPS.