We’re ending January here at Sox On 35th by introducing our first-ever “blackout” edition hoodie! We can guarantee this hoodie won’t disappoint you, even if the team does.
Our team has previously sold koozies (and will reintroduce them in the coming months), but now we are continuing to expand into new products! We’re excited about all the new merch opportunities that we will be able to bring you this year and beyond.
As this is our first big venture into selling some merch, we will start with a pre-sale of this hoodie that will last through February 15th. After that, our team will begin to process and ship your orders out to you, with the goal of having them to you around Opening Day!
Shout out to Silkscreams, who we have partnered with in order to make this possible! Founded in 1987 by Cindy Arnold, Silscreams is family-owned and operated to this day by Arnold’s five children. They care deeply about maintaining the quality work and excellent customer service that their mother started over 30 years ago.
We are committed to bringing you the best quality Sox content – all the way down to our merch – and we appreciate all of your support throughout the years. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now, let’s hope for some postseason games that you’ll be able to wear these at this year…
Shop here: SoxOn35th Shop
Frequently Asked Questions
What sizes will be available?
- Hoodies can be ordered in sizes XS-4XL.
When can I expect to receive my order?
- Our pre-sale will finish on February 15th. From there, we will begin to process all orders and begin the shipping process, with all orders planning to be shipped out on March 17th. You should receive them with plenty of time to prepare for the cold April games to come!
Who should I reach out to if I have any questions/concerns about my order?
- Reach out to Joe Binder at email@example.com if you have any questions about your order!
Will buying this hoodie guarantee that the White Sox win the World Series?
- We can’t be sure, but it’s better to be safe than sorry, in our opinion.