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Official Ghostbusters Unisex Ugly Christmas Sweater

Christmas jumper with red, green and white Ghostbusters pattern

Yes, it's that time of year again (I swear it comes around quicker the older you get!) and it's time to dig out your ugly Christmas jumper again! Well, instead of wearing the same old sweater, why not treat yourself or a loved one/friend to something new. If you would like something quirky and retro, then I have the perfect thing for you!

This officially licensed, knitted Ghostbusters themed ugly Christmas jumper is a unisex fit, and ideal for adding a touch of 80s to your wardrobe for the festive period. If you want to wearing something to turn heads this year (maybe at a Christmas party), then this design will certainly gain some attention. 

This very cool retro jumper is available in a full range of sizes from X-small to 4 X-Large for both men and women. The knitted graphics include the 1984 No Ghost logo as a Christmas wreath (which is very clever), plus the evil characters from the movie including the Stay Puft marshmallow man with a city landscape, slimer ghosts, and even the Gatekeeper of Gozer himself, Zuul. Of course, there is also a generous splattering of snow flakes and snow-covered Christmas trees to give a festive feel.

This top quality sweater is being very highly rated by customers on Amazon and is currently selling like hot mince pies. I love the traditional red and green colouring which reminds of my childhood Christmases back in the 1970s and 80s. 

You may also like the T-shirt and sweatshirt which also feature the Christmas wreath logo.

Ghostbusters Christmas JumperOfficial Ghostbusters Knitted Ugly Christmas Jumper SweaterBUY AT AMAZONBlack Sweatshirt with Ghostbusters Logo as a Christmas WreathGhostbusters Christmas Wreath Logo Sweatshirt for Adult, Child, Up to 2XL, 3 ColoursBUY AT AMAZONBlack T-shirt with Ghostbusters Christmas LogoGhostbusters Christmas Wreath Logo T-shirt for Men, Women and Kids, Up to 3XL, 5 ColoursBUY AT AMAZON

 

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