The PNW // Tie Dye Hoodie


Style with The Ghost Trees Joggers and the Mt. Bachelor Eco Crop.

This unisex indigo blue, tie die hoodie with a snowy volcano and ghost trees is truly one of a kind. The beautiful scene is Mt. Bachelor of Bend, Oregon. A full moon, snowflakes, and snow laden trees add to the magic of the art and the words "The Pacific North West" give a real sense of place to this kind of scene. Original digital drawing by Rachel (based on her "Mt. Bachelor Alpenglow" painting) and blue moon phases artwork on both sleeves were artfully printed here in Montana by Frontline Design using traditional screen printing methods. 

This high quality sweatshirt is durable, pill resistant, and has a lined hood. The interior is an irresistibly soft, brushed fleece that will stay soft wear after wear, wash after wash. It's made of 80/20 cotton/ polyester so it will dry more quickly than 100% cotton when you heat up. 

Unisex sizing. Rachel is wearing a M for a more oversized fit. If you are unsure of your size, refer to the size chart, below. 


  • NOTE: The tie-dyeing process gives each garment unique character. Please allow for slight color variation in production and washing.
  • CARE: Because each garment has been tie-dyed, loose pigments may remain on the surface of the garments. Therefore it's strongly recommend washing your hoodie ALONE, cold cycle, before wear (just to be safe!) and then only with like-colored garments. Like most tie dye clothing, the dye may stain light or white colored garments in the wash cycle. Washing the garments in cold water will reduce the possibility of staining.