Just Hoods announces new 80th colour chosen by customers

New Just Hoods 80th colour chosen by customers

At this year’s P&P, Just Hoods by AWDis ran a competition for customers to pick a brand new 80th colour to add to the extensive JH001 College Hoodie colour pallet. All customer submissions were also put forward for the chance to win an AWDis sample box of an incredible 80 pieces!

Customers picked from a line up of five exciting colours all showcased on the AWDis brands stand, including Lagoon Blue, Festive Fuchsia, Digital Lavender, Chocolate Fudge and Stone Grey.  

Just Hoods is pleased to announce that the winning entry, and in quite a substantial lead, is the colour Digital Lavender

This exclusive customer picked shade will be the 80th colour and available from all Just Hoods distributors for 2023. 

Chocolate Fudge came in at a close second, and due to the overwhelmingly positive response from visitors viewing the other colours on display, Just Hoods have made the decision to release all colours at different stages next year, too.

In Autumn 2021, Just Hoods also released five new colours in the JH001 College Hoodie in Caramel Latte, Dusty Rose, Earthy Green, Ginger Biscuit and Pumpkin Pie, taking the total available colours in the JH001 to 79 for 2022.  These new colours are also available in the JH030 AWDis Sweat, along with 4 colour additions to match the JH001 – Desert Sand, Dusty Green, Lavender and Mustard.       

Keep an eye on the Just Hoods social media channels for the winning customer entry announcement, plus throughout 2023 for the surprise colour drops.

The hoodie is a staple of any young urbanite’s wardrobe, and for well over a decade Just Hoods have been supplying top-quality, contemporary designs in the largest variety of colours available on the market. From musicians and sports teams to streetwear start-ups and universities, the ever-growing collection of hoodies, zoodies, sweats and jackets have become the leading choice for individuals and organisations across the globe.

Just Hoods sticks to what they do best, and they’re only getting better at it.