Gannon Buhr Permafrost Hoodie

$39.99

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This product is currently in production and will begin shipping on approx. May 24. Orders containing this product will not be shipped until all products are ready.
Sizing
 Size XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL

Chest to Fit
(Circumference)

31-34" 34-37" 38-41" 42-45" 46-49" 50-53" 54-57"

 
If you are accustomed to using chest width instead of chest circumference, simply divide the number in half.

The Gannon Buhr Permafrost Hoodie is perfect for travel days or brisk, early morning rounds. A pocket-sized personal GB logo on the front and the Permafrost eagle graphic similar to the one first debuted on Gannon’s 2022 USDGC commemorative discs are screenprinted onto the comfortable cotton.  

Product Details

This unisex pullover hoodie is remarkably soft with a loose fit that is versatile and lends itself to daily wear. Spun from a plush fabric that is made up of cotton and polyester fibers, this hoodie features an up-to-date fit, hood with white drawcords, kangaroo pocket, ribbed cuffs and waistband. As this is a unisex hoodie, if you prefer a more relaxed fit, we recommended going up one size from your regular shirt size.

Features
  • 52% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 48% polyester fleece, 32 single 8.0 oz.
  • Side-seamed
  • Retail fit
  • Unisex sizing
  • White cord drawstring
  • Kangaroo pockets
  • Ribbed cuffs and waistband

More About Gannon Buhr

Gannon Buhr joined Prodigy Disc in 2017 and is currently on the Core Team, having been promoted to the top tier of support in 2022.

An Iowa native, Gannon became the youngest ever United States Disc Golf Championship winner when he captured the title in 2022 for his first professional Major victory. He is a two-time PDGA Junior World Champion and was the youngest player to ever reach a 1000 PDGA player rating as a 14-year-old. Still a teenager, he has Disc Golf Pro Tour wins at the 2023 Open at Austin Elite event and 2022 Santa Cruz Masters Cup and 2023 Blue Ridge Championship Silver events.  

Gannon was a runaway winner of the 2021 PDGA Rookie of the Year award and twice named to the Disc Golf Pro Tour All-Star cards.