Sweater Weather Sale: Brave the SF Summer With a Streetsblog Hoodie

It’s summer in San Francisco, and you know what that means: It’s time to bundle up.

To help you brave the winds in style, our Streetsblog SF hoodies are now on sale at our online store for $29.99 (normally $49.99).

Don’t kid yourself — whether you’re walking, biking, or waiting for Muni, getting around SF in June without a sweater isn’t exactly fun in the sun. Stay cozy, and help spread the word about Streetsblog today.

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