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So many Shuswap hoodies - what's the difference between them all?

If you're anything like us, there's a bunch of hoodies in your closet. Heavy hoodies, lightweigh hoodies and everything in between. We've got a lot of hoodies and they all have different names, so what's the difference between them all?

Here's a guide to your favourite Shuswap Soul hoodie.

Classic Hoodie Collection

Our classic hoodie is our best selling hoodie - it's available in a variety of colours and designs. It's a midweight classic fit hoodie made from a13oz  cotton-poly blend. It has a double lined hood with a drawstring that matches the fabric colour. It's available online and in stores around the Shuswap. 

If you are out shopping in downtown Salmon Arm, stop in to On Alex to see their selection of colours, patterns and sizes. 

Lakeside Premium Hoodies

The lakeside hoodie is our premium heavyweight hoodie. It's made from a 15.7ox cotton-poly blend in a classic fit and is distinguishable by it's light grey drawstrings.

This is available online in black with the sun & mountain logo on it.

Made in Canada Hoodies

Our made in Canada hoodies are made from an organic cotton and bamboo blend - they are super soft midweight hoodie and probably the softest fleece you've ever felt. They are cut a bit slimmer than our Classic or Lakeside hoodies.

These hoodies are available in black and red online.

Lightweight Hoodies

The Shuswap Lightweight Hoodie is the newest addition to our collection - they are a light weigh looped fabric (almost like a french terry but softer). 

Kids Hoodies

The Kids Hoodie is just like our Classic Hoodie but smaller for the kids in your family. Now the whole family can have their favourite Shuswap hoodie. Just think, you could get those matchy matchy family photos taken!  

On Alex in downtown Salmon Arm has a great selection of kids colours and sizes. If you are shopping for the perfect gift for someone this season, there are lots of great small shops in town.

A family sitting on a log in Herald Park


Photos on this page were taken by Abigail Anderson and Emma Harvey.

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