Dark Parallels Hoodie
Dark Parallels Hoodie

Dark Parallels Hoodie

Regular price$74.99
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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Krysta Harder
Stark comparison

My husband’s first comment was “that’s just how they built buildings during that time” and my response was “no, that is how they built institutional buildings at that time”. The schools were never meant to cherish and nurture the growth of children. They were meant to institutionalize innocent spirits just like a prison does. The message is clear, but the observations of others may require an explanation. That makes this sweatshirt a perfect conversation starter for allies like me. I love it.

Jasmine Ackerman-Stratton

Super comfortable sweater and raises awareness about the parallels of Residential Schools and The over representation of Indigenous people that are incarcerated. Win win.

Design Story:

The Stony Mountain Penitentiary and Elkhorn Residential School, both in Manitoba, mark significant chapters in Canadian history. While differing in their foundation—Stony Mountain, a correctional facility established in 1877, symbolized the government's control over resistors, especially Indigenous communities; Elkhorn, part of a larger system in the late 19th to early 20th centuries, aimed to forcibly assimilate Indigenous children, stripping them of their culture.


  • Cultural Connection: Embrace community spirit and cultural pride with each wear.
  • Everyday Comfort: Stay confident and comfortable throughout your day.
  • Storytelling Apparel: Share the significance of Indigenous artwork and traditions.
  • Eco-Friendly Prints: Soft, sustainable prints with eco-friendly ink.
  • Versatile Style: Transition seamlessly from casual to formal settings.
  • Family & Friends: Enjoy cozy moments with loved ones in ultimate comfort.


  • Functional Design: Kangaroo hand pocket, rib on cuffs and waistband, and a two-ply hood with drawcords.
  • Premium Blend: 70% SoftLume combed and ring-spun cotton, & 30% polyester fleece with 100% SoftLume combed and ring-spun cotton-face.
  • 32 single
  • 8.25 oz

    Reasons to wear


    Yes, you can! Our products are made by Indigenous artists for everyone and that includes you.

    Also, it's cultural appreciation when you buy from an Indigenous-owned business.

    All of our products feature unisex sizing and are designed to provide a comfortable fit. You can confidently select your regular size, as it should fit the way you like.