Show off your trendy side with this Champion hoodie! The colorful print on 100% cotton shell, two-ply hood with a colored lining, and the instantly recognizable Champion logo on left sleeve all come together in this soft and durable hoodie that's made to last.
• 90% cotton, 10% polyester (light steel is 85% cotton, 15% polyester)
• 100% cotton shell
• Two-ply hood with a colored lining (black hoodies have a light steel lining in the hood, navy - oxford grey lining, light steel - navy lining)
• V-notch rib detail at neck, and half-moon insert at the back of the neck
• Tone-matching drawstrings
• Front pouch pocket
• 2x1 ribbed spandex enhanced cuffs and bottom band
• Embroidered "C" logo on left sleeve
Model is wearing size M. He's 6.3 feet (192 cm) tall.
Mansa Musa Champion Hoodie
Mansa Musa (c. 1280 – c. 1337 C.E.) is said to be the wealthiest person in history. King Musa was the Emperor or Sultan of the Mali Empire in Western Africa, ruling for around 25 years. Mansa Musa’s wealth in today’s money has been estimated to be around $400 billion dollars, which would make him richer than modern business tycoons like Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and Jeff Bezos.
The Mali Empire was one of the largest empires in the medieval world, and the wealthiest in all of Africa. It included parts of the modern-day Western African countries of Burkina Faso, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Côte d'Ivoire, Niger, Nigeria, Chad, the Gambia, Senegal, Mauritania, and Mali. Mansa Musa made most of his money from mining and controlling the trade in gold, copper, iron, salt, ivory, as well as agricultural production. The Mali Empire was the medieval “Old” World’s largest producer of gold, and Mansa Musa owned and supplied roughly half of the gold that circulated during those times. Mali had prosperous, cultured, and learned cities like Timbuktu, with world-class centers of learning. This included Sankoré University, which had one of the world’s largest libraries, with some one million books and manuscripts.