6 Ugly 49ers Sweaters To Keep The Cold Away

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By Hoodline - Published on December 07, 2017.

Nothing says 'tis the season like cozying up to some 49ers football, especially now that the team has a new quarterback and a couple wins on the books. Likewise, it's also that time of year where ugly sweaters get dusted off for holiday parties and sartorial good cheer.

If you'd like to combine your football and sweater interests into one eye-watering fashion statement, we've rounded up six great options for letting your Niners Faithful flag fly, at that office holiday party and beyond.

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NFL Split Logo Ugly Sweater Jacket

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NFL Busy Block Sweater

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NFL Patches Ugly Sweater

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NFL Ugly Holiday Christmas Tree & Ornament Sweater

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NFL Ugly Cardigan Sweater

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NFL Ugly 3D Holiday Sweater

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Tune in this Sunday, Dec. 10th at 10am to watch the Niners take on the Houston Texans.

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