What's got the world's leading fashion anthropologists buzzing? Why the recent discovery of the Hoodigan, of course!
Some experts speculate it's the offspring of a cardigan and a hoodie — two distinct but biologically compatible species of outerwear that have been known to mate in captivity.
However, Betabrand scientists have proposed a more radical theory: that the Hoodigan might have evolved from our very own Henley Shirt. Consider:
- The gray hides of both garments are remarkably similar in terms of softness and comfort.
- Through natural selection, the Henley's three-button collar could have developed into a full-length button down, possibly to facilitate more effective belly-button grooming.
- The large dual pockets and double-layer hood suggest that perhaps a small group of Henleys were forced to adapt to a less hospitable, nutrient-depleted environment, where head warmth and burrito-carrying capacity were paramount.
The Hoodigan: natural selection at work?
Regardless of their origins, limited-edition Hoodigans are now ready to migrate from our San Francisco headquarters directly to your closet. They're already on the endangered species list, so order yours today.