As a true Buckeye fan, I like to show my support when I can.  A few weeks ago I received an Ohio State Buckeyes zippered hoodie from  Now I love my OSU Buckeyes hoodies, they are usually comfortable, easy to put on, and the added convenience of the hood, well, what’s not to like?  This hoodie is nice and soft, obviously red in color, but it also has a contrasting gray material on the inside of the hood.  Like all hoodies, it has a drawstring.  If you ever washed a hoodie before, you know very well that you need to tie a half-knot in each end of the drawstring, else you have a small disaster on your hands.  Well, it’s really nothing more then the drawstring being pulled up inside the hood during the washing cycle.  It can be rather time consuming to work that drawstring back out.
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The embroidered lettering on the front is of high quality, as is the logo on the left sleeve.  I’ve worn this OSU Buckeyes Hoodie several times now that the weather is beginning to cool off.  With a cool breeze and it zipped up, I find it does a decent job at keeping me warm.  It hasn’t been cold enough yet to put up the hood, but I’ve put it up anyways just so I can share with you how I liked it.  Well, I liked it!  Nice and soft, I think it will do fine to keep the cold air off of my neck.  It has two front pockets, just big enough to tuck your hands into to keep them warm.

OSU Buckeyes Hoodie review summary:

Overall, this is a nice OSU Buckeyes hoodie.  I’ve received several compliments on it and have been asked where I got it.   At the time of this review, this hoodie was on sale for $29.99 at

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