Bear. Celebrating 10 years as Chief Scout to the greatest family on Earth.
To celebrate a decade of Bear Grylls' incredible leadership as Chief Scout, we've launched this fabulous regenerated cotton eco hoodie featuring a Bear Grylls badge printed on the chest and the Scouts fleur de lis with 'Bear Grylls celebrating 10 years as Chief Scout 2009 - 2019 printed on the back.
In the year when Bear has also been made an OBE for services to young people, the media and charity, it's a moment for the whole movement to share in his success and say thank you. Since 2009, when Bear was first appointed, Scouts has grown by 160,000 members, helping more young people gain skills for life.
Taking an environmentally friendly approach to the classic hoodie, this product is crafted using French Terry fabric, containing 70% regenerated cotton. With no hood drawcords, and angled cuff detail, clean modern styling is created. The Eco range of Scouts casual clothing not only makes you look good but makes you feel good about how they are produced.
- Drop shoulder style
- Fashion fit
- Angled cuff detail
- Ribbed collar, cuffs and hem
- Front pouch pocket
At Écologie, they reaffirm their commitment to sustainability for 2019, as they continue their mission to build a better future for the planet.
By combining sustainability with fashion, their garments help reduce the negative impact of the apparel industry on the environment...without compromising on style.
- Fabric Content: 70% Regenerated Cotton, 30% Polyester
- Fabric Weight: 260gsm
- Colour: Navy
- Regenerated Cotton:
- Écologie regenerated cotton yarn is derived from cotton waste from the cutting room, normally destined for landfill. The clips are shredded down, mixed with polyester, and then spun into yarn, ready to be knitted or woven.
- Size Guide:
- XS to fit chest 32"
- S to fit chest 36"
- M to fit chest 40"
- L to fit chest 44"
- XL to fit chest 48"
- 2XL to fit chest 52"
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Bear Grylls 10th Anniversary Scouts Re-Gen Eco Hoodie
Ecologie regenerated cotton yarn is derived from cotton waste from the cutting room, normally destined for landfill. The clips are shredded down, mixed with polyester, and then spun into yarn, ready to be knitted or woven.