I work at COCA COLA Hoodie/T-shirt


Coca Cola Man hoodie

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Hooded Sweatshirt Sizing and Details


SIZE CHEST in/cm LENGTH in/cm
S 20 / 51 26 / 66
M 22 / 56 27 / 69
L 24 / 61 28 / 71
XL 26 / 66 29 / 74
2XL 28 / 71 30 / 76
3XL 30 / 76 31 / 79
4XL 32 / 81 32 / 81
  • Air jet yarn for softness and no-pill performance
  • Double-lined hood with matching drawstring
  • Double-needle stitching
  • Pouch pocket
  • Double-needle cuffs
  • 1 X 1 athletic rib with spandex
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease

Ladies T–Shirt Sizing and Details


SIZE CHEST in LENGTH in
XS 2-4 16 25
S 6-8 18 26
M 10-12 20 27
L 14-16 22 28
XL 18-20 24 29
2XL 20-22 26 30
3XL 22-24 28 31
  • 100% Cotton Adult 30/1s Tee Shirt
  • 5.2 oz 100% Ringspun Cotton, Preshrunk Jersey
  • Tubular
  • 5/8 inch Seamless Rib Knit Collar
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Double-Needle Sleeve and Bottom Hem
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease

T–Shirt Sizing and Details

SIZECHEST inLENGTH in
S1827
M1928
L2129
XL2330
2X2531
3X2732
  • 100% Cotton Adult 30/1s Tee Shirt
  • 4.3 oz 100% Ringspun Cotton, Preshrunk Jersey
  • Tubular
  • 3/4 inch Seamless Rib Knit Collar
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • Double-Needle Sleeve and Bottom Hem
  • Shirts run small

  • * Sports Grey and Dark Heather are made of 50% Cotton / 50% Polyester

Every week, for only 60 minutes,

Our universes meet;

Every week, the hour closes,

What's more, we withdraw

To go our different ways.

Her face shows a young virtue

As seen on incalculable T.V. screens

What's more, boards all over the place

Broadcasting brands of prevalent soda.

Some way or another the interest of youth

Has crossed over any barrier of years

What's more, she is talking...

I discover myself reacting to her inquiries

By telling stories of a different universe

I would lean toward she didn't need to know.

For my reality bears the excruciating memory

Of lost guiltlessness;

Of wars which must be battled

By young men who may not live to be

More seasoned than she is presently;

What's more, the individuals who do survive will lose

Their opportunity to ever feel

As youthful as she is presently.

The Coca-Cola young ladies they abandon

May never enter the dividers

These youthful old men must form

To keep the bad dreams in

What's more, keep the recollections from breaking out.

The discussion closes,

We isolate,

I ponder...

Have I debased her reality

By acquainting her with mine?

Then again will she now look for further learning

To help her era to maintain a strategic distance from

The lapses of the past?

For she is what's to come,

I am history.