This original Michigan Deer Hunting Hoodie is one of our best-sellers! Your hoodie says a lot about you, so why not show your Michigan pride and love of deer hunting? This sweatshirt is sure to make you the envy of all your hunting buddies so don’t delay, buy it today!
This hoodie also makes a great gift for the deer hunter in your life. It’s perfect for birthdays, Father’s Day, Christmas and any other special occasion.
Each sweatshirt is made to order and is available in a variety of colors. Please select your size and color choices from the drop down menus.
Michigan Deer Hunting Hoodie Details
50/50 cotton/poly pill resistant air jetspun yarn pullover
Matching drawcord & with warm double lined hood
Did you know…?
Fun Facts about the State of Michigan
- Standing anywhere in the state a person is within 85 miles of one of the Great Lakes.
- Michigan includes 56,954 square miles of land area; 1,194 square miles of inland waters; and 38,575 square miles of Great Lakes water area.
- Sault Ste. Marie was established in 1668 making it the oldest town between the Alleghenies and the Rockies.
- Michigan was the first state to provide in its Constitution for the establishment of public libraries.
- Michigan was the first state to guarantee every child the right to tax-paid high school education.
- Four flags have flown over Michigan – French, English, Spanish and United States.
- Isle Royal Park shelters one of the largest moose herds remaining in the United States.
- Some of the longest bulk freight carriers in the world operate on the Great Lakes. Ore carriers 1,000 feet long sail Michigan’s inland seas.
- The Upper Michigan Copper Country is the largest commercial deposit of native copper in the world.
- The 19 chandeliers in the Capitol in Lansing are one of a kind and designed especially for the building by Tiffany’s of New York. Weighing between 800-900 pounds apiece they are composed of copper, iron and pewter.
- The first auto traffic tunnel built between two nations was the mile-long Detroit-Windsor tunnel under the Detroit River.