HoodGoods: Neighbourhoodies - Glebe, Ottawa - N-Product

HoodGoods: Neighbourhoodies - Glebe, Ottawa

The area is called the Glebe because in the initial 1837 survey of Ottawa the area of 178 acres was deeded by the Crown to St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church as Clergy Reserve. The word "glebe" means church lands, and the area was originally known as "the glebe lands of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church".

Source: Wikipedia

  • White ink silk-screen on black
  • 80/20 cotton/polyester ring spun fleece
  • Dual-ply self-fabric hood with matching drawcord and metal grommets
  • Front pouch pocket
  • Drawstring
  • Rib band bottom and sleeve cuffs with spandex
  • Fully cover-stitched throughout
  • Preshrunk to minimize shrinkage

Pickup is always available at our shop, Division located at 1A McCormick Street, (Hintonburg) Ottawa Canada.

Collections: All The Goods, Body, Neighbourhoodies - Ottawa

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