These unique Michigan Skiing hoodie are a great way to show off your love of skiing in the picturesque state of Michigan. Wear it proudly all Winter long and be the envy of all your fellow Michigan skiiers. It’ll keep you warm, comfy and stylish both on and off the slopes! Be prepared for everyone to ask where you bought this amazing sweatshirt.
Each hooded 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 Skiing Hoodie Details
- Unisex Sizing- fits true to size but when in doubt- Size Up
- 50/50 cotton/poly pill resistant air jetspun yarn pullover
- Matching drawcord & with warm double lined hood
Did you know…?
Fun Michigan Trivia
- Indian River is the home of the largest crucifix in the world. It is called the Cross in the Woods.
- Michigan has the longest freshwater shoreline in the world.
- Michigan has more shoreline than any other state except Alaska.
- The Ambassador Bridge was named by Joseph Bower, the person credited with making the bridge a reality, who thought the name “Detroit-Windsor International Bridge” as too long and lacked emotional appeal. Bower wanted to “symbolize the visible expression of friendship of two peoples with like ideas and ideals.”
- Michigan has more than 11,000 inland lakes and more than 36,000 miles of streams.
- Michigan has 116 lighthouses and navigational lights.
- Seul Choix Point Lighthouse in Gulliver has been guiding ships since 1895. The working light also functions as a museum, which houses early 1900s furnishings and maritime artifacts.
- Forty of the state’s 83 counties adjoin at least one of the Great Lakes. Michigan is the only state that touches four of the five Great Lakes.
- 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.