IT Sweatshirt - Black - 5XL - Black

IT Sweatshirt - Black - 5XL - Black
Brand: IT
Color: Black
24.99 GBP
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IWOOT - Stuff you really, really wantAfter the sudden disappearance of multiple children in the town a group of friends get together to figure out why. They discover their worst nightmares; Pennywise the Dancing Clown who appears every 27 years to feed on the fear of the towns children. It?s up to them to overcome their fears in order to save the towns children. IT the movie is based on Stephen King’s 1986 horror novel with some scenes in the book being too disturbing and horrific for any T.V adaptation. Our IT Sweatshirt, which is brimming with style, is only available on our site. Capturing the interest of onlookers, it stands out with a vivid print on a Black item of clothing.(This product - and our entire collection - has been ethically sourced, so any concerns that you may have can be put to rest.) Cotton and Polyester MixWashing-machine supportedPlease consult the label prior to tumble-dryingHeavy Weight CottonRegardless of your body shape, our items offer a relaxed fit to satisfy both men and women. Searching for something baggy? Please order the next size up.In the town of Derry, Maine, children are going missing, and none of the adults seem to care. A gang of kids who call themselves the Losers Club find the horrifying truth: an omniscient, shape-shifting entity returns to the town every twenty-seven years to feed on human flesh- flavoured by fear. It can assume the form of whatever scares you the most, but most will see it as Pennywise the Dancing Clown, one of the most terrifying figures in cinema. The story follows the Losers from their early childhoods through to their final showdown as adults with the creature that they can only call ‘It’. The original Stephen King novel might be the best known of any in the undisputed master of modern horror’s bibliography, and both the original TV miniseries and the modern film remake (made twenty-seven years after the original, coincidentally) have terrified audiences. The book and films were so effective that ’evil clowns’ are now are horror staple, and if you’ve ever heard somebody say that they were scared of clowns, this is almost certainly why.