Printed Fleece Sweater (New Horizons)

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Type of top Printed Fleece Sweater Top NH Inv Icon.png
Printed Fleece Sweater
Variation shown: Green
Buy price Sell price
 1,260 Bells
 1,100 Poki
 315 Bells
Obtain via  Mabel (Winter)
 Able Sisters (Winter)
 Apparel shop
Styles Active / Cool
Label themes Everyday / Outdoorsy
Variations
Printed Fleece Sweater's Green variant
Printed Fleece Sweater's Moss Green variant
Printed Fleece Sweater's Blue variant
Printed Fleece Sweater's Purple variant
Printed Fleece Sweater's Brown variant
Names in other languages
 がらものフリース
 图纹刷毛上衣
 圖紋刷毛上衣
 패턴 플리스
 pull en polaire à motifs
 gilet en polaire à motifs
 jersey de lana estampado
 suéter de lana estampado
 felpa di pile con stampa
 свитер из флиса с узором
 Musterfleecepulli
 fleecetrui met patroon

The Printed Fleece Sweater is a top item in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

The Printed Fleece Sweater can be obtained during the winter from Mabel before building Able Sisters, or from the shop once it has opened for  1,260 Bells. The item can also be obtained from the apparel shop in Happy Home Paradise for  1,100 Poki if the shop's theme is set to sell "loose clothes" or "cool clothes", or when the store is asked to sell any clothes under the "anything is fine" option.

This item is worn by Bones as their default outfit.

In Happy Home Paradise, this item is unlocked for use in designing when doing a vacation home request for Stitches‎‎. In addition, the item can be used to change the clothing of a villager or the player either during or after the designing process for screenshot purposes.

Variations

The Printed Fleece Sweater has 5 variations.

Green
 
Green

 
Orange

Moss Green
 
Green

 
Purple

Blue
 
Blue

 
Purple

Purple
 
Purple

 
Pink

Brown
 
Beige

 
Orange

Printed Fleece Sweater (Green) NH Icon.png Printed Fleece Sweater (Moss Green) NH Icon.png Printed Fleece Sweater (Blue) NH Icon.png Printed Fleece Sweater (Purple) NH Icon.png Printed Fleece Sweater (Brown) NH Icon.png

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