The word hood derives from the Anglo-Saxon word hōd, ultimately of the same root as hat. Its appearance was known in England at least as early as the 12th century, possibly an import with the Norman conquest of England. By the 1990s, the hoodie had evolved into a symbol of isolation. Young men, often skateboarders or surfers, sported the hoodie and spread the trend across the western United States, most significantly in California. The CHPT3 hoodie is made of 500 GSM 100% organic cotton, that's a fabric ten times heavier than our 1.21 Jersey. So yeah, it looks solid, it feels solid, it is solid.