Jacksonville Jaguars Women's Cowl Neck Hooded Sweatshirt
Look, we don’t wanna totally blow your mind, but we also feel responsible for laying down this hard truth to you: There are no jaguars in Florida!
We know! We were surprised, too! And apparently we weren’t the only ones, because when we Google’d to find out once and for all if there were jaguars in Florida, we were surprised to see that this is actually a very common search subject. People wanted to know! And maybe you’ve just been going through your life, blissfully believing that the Jacksonville Jaguars based their team name and mascot on something that actually existed presently in Jacksonville, but consider that bubble burst, friend. Admittedly, the jaguar was once believed to have roamed what would now be considered the state of Florida, but that was about 10,000 years ago, during prehistoric times. But at some point, those dudes was like, “Yo, this humidity is getting tired, I’m out” and took their species elsewhere! Like, rude.
So when you’re cheering on the Jacksonville Jaguars, just know that truth is power and that your favorite team is called the Jaguars mostly/only because it’s an alliteration with Jacksonville (and, admittedly, the Jacksonville Alligators or the Jacksonville Haunted Bars & Stuff just doesn’t have the same ring to it). Or, just put that sore news out of your mind altogether and instead concentrate on freshening up your football gear with this Jacksonville Jaguars Women's Cowl Neck Hooded Sweatshirt! This Jacksonville Jaguars Women's Cowl Neck Hooded Sweatshirt is an officially licensed NFL item, and it looks great whether you're hanging out at EverBank Stadium or just watching the game at home and sharing some fun jaguar facts with your fellow football fans! Rawr!
- Hooded Sweatshirt
- 60% cotton, 40% polyester fabric
- Pullover hoodie has rib knit cuffs & waistband, front patch pocket
- Hood has cowl collar w/ drawstring in hood edge
- Jaguars logo printed on front, "JACKSONVILLE" along length of right sleeve
- Officially licensed