Berserker design : Half head of Viking and half head of Bear
Berserkers were a special group of elite Viking warriors who went into combat without traditional armor. Instead, they wore animal pelts, typically from bears or wolves. The word "berserker" derives from the Old Norse"serkr," meaning "coat" or "shirt," and "ber," the Norse word for "bear."
This design was created by our wonderful artist Kayla Hartley. Kayla is also one of the two owners of Heathen Creations.
The youth blend hooded sweatshirt is made of ultra-soft, preshrunk fleece that feels wonderful against the skin. The garment is 50% cotton 50% polyester with reduced lint buildup. This makes an excellent combination for printing. The front has a kangaroo pocket big enough for both hands. The neck is reinforced with twill taping.
.: 50% Cotton 50% Polyester (fiber content may vary for different colors)
.: Medium fabric (7.75 oz /yd² (262 g/m²))
.: Regular Fit
.: Sewn in label
.: Runs true to size
|Sleeve length, in||19.49||22.48||25.47||28.50|