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Land Below The Wind Zip-Up Hoodie (Pre-order)

ASEN CLOTHING

MYR109.00

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Product Description

Hooded Sweatshirt

Long Sleeves With Hoodie

Material: 

50% Cotton / 50% Polyester

Premium Grade, High Quality, 270g/m2

Care Instruction:

  • Cold wash
  • Hang dry
  • Normal to low tumble
  • Iron inside out
Shipping Info

This item is PRE-ORDER.

Due to MCO,

The next delivery date will be on 03/08/2021, Tuesday.

Delivery time would take approximately 3 - 4 working days after delivery. An additional 1 - 2 working days is required for deliveries to East Malaysia or rural addresses.

FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING only for purchasing 3 units and above of Asen Clothing products.

Note:

Please refer to the shipping info for the exact date of "Pre-order" item delivery. Thank you.

This design is inspired by the state of Sabah, one of the 13 member states of Malaysia. It is home to an estimated 42 ethnic groups with 3 of the largest indigenous groups being Kadazan-Dusun, Bajau and Murut.

Sabah is nicknamed Land Below The Wind as the state lies below the typhoon belt of East Asia, and is resembled by the raging waves as depicted in this design. 

Sabah is a well-known nature paradise and is specifically renowned as it is where Mount Kinabalu or Akinabalu is situated. With a height of 4,095 meters, it is considered the highest mountain in South East Asia and has been a go-to hiking destination among tourists all around the world.

This design is inspired by the state of Sabah, one of the 13 member states of Malaysia. It is home to an estimated 42 ethnic groups with 3 of the largest indigenous groups being Kadazan-Dusun, Bajau and Murut. Sabah is nicknamed Land Below The Wind as the state lies below the typhoon belt of East Asia, and is resembled by the raging waves as depicted in this design. 

Sabah is a well-known nature paradise and is specifically renowned as it is where Mount Kinabalu or Akinabalu is situated. With a height of 4,095 meters, it is considered the highest mountain in South East Asia and has been a go-to hiking destination among tourists all around the world.

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