March 1968 Playboy Cover Hoodie
In March of 1968, the American culture was about to find itself at a crossroads of dramatic political and social chance.
Although the societal backdrop was bittersweet, this issue of PLAYBOY offered plenty of bright spots. Between the covers of our March 1968 edition, readers discovered a wildly imaginative body paint–themed pictorial (before tattoos were de rigueur), a fascinating *Playboy Interview* with literary *bon vivant* Truman Capote and a sartorial soliloquy on the season’s most covetable rainwear.
Details and Care:
- Ring-spun cotton and polyester blend
- Fleece-lined hood
- Nickel eyelets
Size & Fit
- Regular fit
- Long sleeves