New Item Spotlight: The Morgantown Sherpa

The Morgantown Sherpa

We are so excited about the release of our new sherpas! With the snow falling, we want to make sure you stay warm for the winter season. We don't think that there is any better way to keep cozy than basically wearing a blanket all day long. Trust us, you will not be disappointed with this SUPER SOFT, trendy sherpa.

Item Details:

The Morgantown Sherpa comes in two color variations and will make you the talk of the best collegiate town in West Virginia (we're a little biased). 

  • Constructed from 7.4 oz., 100% Polyester Double-Faced Sherpa (Exclusive of decoration)
  • Collar with striped rib interior
  • Quarter zipper
  • Striped Sleeve cuffs and bottom band
  • Please allow for slight color variations in productions

We have a limited number of Morgantown Sherpas in stock, so we are offering a pre-order! We will end our first round of pre-orders on January 22 so you will receive your Sherpa the following week!

When to Wear

This sherpa is perfect for a trip to Cooper's Rock or a Morgantown game day. Keep the heat in, while exploring our beautiful state by making this your go-to pullover. Don't worry about the sizing, click "The Morgantown Sherpa" at the top of this post to view the size chart. Perfectly warm and perfectly wild and wonderful, this is the BEST purchase to get your wardrobe ready for the winter season. 

Where to Wear

WVU Men's Basketball Game

Things are heating up in Morgantown for our WVU Men's Basketball Team. If you're looking for a place to wear The Morgantown Sherpa, the coliseum is the best place. You'll fit right in, in the sea of gold and blue. This mid-weight pullover is amazing for indoor locations. You won't be too hot, even in the crowded coliseum. Click here for tickets.

Cooper's Rock

A "Morgantown" hiking staple! While this location is not technically in Morgantown, Cooper's Rock State Park is one thing that every West Virginia lover must do before leaving Morgantown. The Morgantown Sherpa will keep you warm on top of the mountain and at the lookout. Cooper's Rock receives a large amount of snowfall, so you'll want to bundle up and wear waterproof shoes.