The Origin of the Dream Hoodie
ANGLERO New York is a team based in Brooklyn, NY. Our purpose is to deliver a supreme hoodie that is innovative, honest from the beginning to the end, and for our company to have a positive impact on the community. The original Dream Hoodie was released in 2014.
Our Second DESIGN - Dream Hoodie 2.0
The Dream Hoodie 2.0 version was released in 2016 with the new feature of a Lover's pocket for your significant other and a symbolic Art Deco print for the eye mask. During the research period we asked all original customers from the Dream Hoodie 1.0 what they liked about it and what would they would improve. Our customers asked for deeper front pockets, we upgraded to Japanese zippers and pre washed our Peruvian cotton to avoid shrinkage.
Dream Hoodie Gives Back with ANGLERO 20
For us, the true dream of life is about having the opportunity to make a difference in the world with the work we do. To make products that are loved by our customers while growing responsibly. We believe being a Social Enterprise is an extremely important element behind all dreams achieved every second of the day. ANGLERO New York is proud to announce that we are giving 20% of our profits from the Dream Hoodie and other product sales to sustain and finance the education of small orphanages in Peru and Myanmar, with the intention to identify and further help more around the world.
The hoodie is the most democratic garment. Seen on all types of people from athletes, mothers, celebrities, criminals, teens, world leaders, CEO's, etc. The hoodie provides a personal space, a hiding space, a place of comfort. It's my armor.
Juan Carlos Anglero
The style of the hoodie can be traced back to biblical times, where it was donned by figures like the Virgin Mary and later, the monks of medieval Europe to provide instant anonymity and shelter from the elements. In the 1930's, Champion Athletic Apparel started outfitting American football players who waited in the sidelines. In the 1970's Rocky cemented a spot in movie history while wearing a grey hoodie. In the 1980's, graffiti artists and rappers popularized the hoodies through the new phenomenon of music videos. In the 1990's, Unabomber drawings were plastered through all possible media. Today, the Hoodie can be found across our society from symbolic injustice for Treyvon Martin to a prerequisite wardrobe for the Tech Industry popularized by Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg. With this research, I'm personally able to understand and be further intrigued by the symbolic aspect of the hoodie garment.