Lion Hoodie Lined and Zipped ~ Light

Regular price $64.97

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We love this Lion Hoodie!  Impress all your friends while wearing this lined zip hoodie.

This classic zip hoodie appeals to hoodie fanatics. It’s a heavy blend that is dense and sure to protect you from the cold. Double-lined hood for extra warmth and protection, you’ll fall in love with this lined Lion Hoodie.


  • Comes with color matched drawstrings
  • Double-lined hood for extra warmth and protection
  • Huggable Heavy Blend fabric keeps “folds” to a minimum
  • Ample kangaroo front pouch pocket for warming hands and carrying items
  • Ribbed cuffs and waistband keeps drafts from the wind out and added stretch needed when moving
  • Double-needle stitching at the collar
  • Has been quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
  • 50/50 poly/cotton air jet yarn has been preshrunk


  • Preshrunk fleece knit
  • Air jet yarns = softer feel and reduced pilling
  • Unlined hood with color-matched drawcord
  • Metal zipper
  • Overlapped fabric across zipper allows full front printing
  • Pouch pockets
  • Double-needle stitching at waistband and cuffs
  • 1 x 1 rib with spandex
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease

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For environmental and human friendly reason, this product is only made when you order it. Please allow about a week for it to be made and we will send you tracking information as soon as it's in the mail.

This lined Lion Hoodie makes the perfect gift!  It's unique and beautiful and will be talked about every time you wear it.

FuN FAcTs About Lions:
For all of their roaring, growling, and ferociousness, lions are family animals and truly social in their own communities. They usually live in groups of 15 or more animals called prides.

Lion prides can be as small as 3 or as big as 40 animals. In a pride, lions hunt prey, raise cubs, and defend their territory together. In prides the females do most of the hunting and cub rearing. Usually all the lionesses in the pride are related—mothers, daughters, grandmothers, and sisters.

Many of the females in the pride give birth at about the same time. A cub may nurse from other females as well as its mother. Each pride generally will have no more than two adult males.

While the females usually live with the pride for life, the males often stay for only two to four years. After that they go off on their own or are evicted by other males who take over the pride. When a new male becomes part of the pride it is not unusual for him to kill all the cubs, ensuring that all future cubs will have his genes. The main job of males in the pride is defending the pride's territory. A male's loud roar, usually heard after sunset, can carry for as far as five miles (eight kilometers). The roar warns off intruders and helps round up stray members of the pride.

Hunting generally is done in the dark by the lionesses. They often hunt in groups of two or three, using teamwork to stalk, surround, and kill their prey. Lionesses aren't the most successful of hunters, because they usually score only one kill out of several tries. After the kill the males usually eat first, lionesses next—and the cubs get what's left. Males and females fiercely defend against any outside lions that attempt to join their pride.

Because of their size, strength, and predatory skills, lions are considered one of the “big cats.” Tigers, cheetahs, leopards, jaguars, and cougars are also part of this grouping.

Why are lions considered king of the jungle? It is quite weird, because if you would spend a whole day watching a lion, you will find out that it is quite a lazy animal. They rest up to 20 hours each day. Especially in comparison to other animals who live in the jungle, like tigers, elephants, crocodiles, hippos, and rhinos. Contrary to popular opinion though, lions are not truly king of the jungle. If there is any animal that most experts will agree that is the rightful king of the jungle, it would be an elephant.

Here are the main reasons why a lion is considered as the king of the jungle:
  • Lions are very muscular in general. And if you compare lions to almost any other animal by size, you will find out that they have far less bone mass than the other animals. This might be the main reason why they are considered as kings because their body is powerful.
  • Little known fact here, but lions have five times greater eyesight and hearing abilities than humans. They can see or sense animals for miles away.
  • Powerful smell sense. They can tell if the animal is nearby and even when the animal was in the area just by the smell.
  • Pride. This is one of the most associated trades with lions — their dignity and their appearance, which is screaming that they are pride.
  • Movies. There is an almost endless supply of film, where a lion is portrayed as the king of the jungle.
  • Lifestyle. Even though lions spent a good chunk of their day just by laying or sleeping. Other animals leave it alone. Only elephants and also large groups of hyena might challenge a lion.
  • The O-Factor. Just by looking at them, you are impressed. Lions have that attractive, royal, and at the same time, dangerous look.

There are other reasons a lion would not be considered king of the jungle -- lions are quite scared of elephants and rhinoceros. And they are also quite afraid of tigers. But in a way, lions will always be kings.The lifestyle of a lion is truly king-like. They rest for almost a whole day. On average, they spend at least 16-hour resting, and in some cases, they sleep for more than 20 hours a day. They are almost fearless and widely feared.