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Warlord Walleye Zipper Hoodie

SKU:
48A35-18600-GMF
$31.99 $28.99

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Key Features:

Heavy Blend Zipper Hoodie

  •    50% Cotton 50% Polyester Preshrunk Fleece Knit
  •    Adjustable Drawstring Hood; Metal Zipper
  •    Print Size Varies By Garment Size
  •    Machine Washable Inside Out
  •    Printed in the USA

The legend of the Warlord Walleye is probably among the most popular among fisherman and Ichthyologists. The legend dates back to the 12th century where it's believed the Warlords of Progeye in eastern Eurasia would eat them and gain unimaginable strength rendering them almost invincible. Due to the Warlords invasion practices, an exact location of the Warlord Walleye's existence has never been pinpointed. However, researchers have found frozen Progeye Warlords who had their organs intact and inside their stomachs was a barely digested purple-glowing fish that resembled a Walleye. While no Warlord Walleye has ever been seen alive the extensive evidence of their existence in medieval times has landed them as one of the most desirable mythical fish.

Don't let their looks fool you. These are very real fish that lurk in the most elusive and darkest parts of lakes, streams and oceans of the world. Our fishing zipper hoodiesX once acted as trophies for anyone will the skills to catch these fabled fish. If you think you have what it takes to wear these zipper hoodies then perhaps you have what it takes to catch the magical fish. Our funny zipper hoodies will help you catch and prove the existence of these legendary fish!

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