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01-02-2013 10:00 AM
david_z The HPH is definitely more “performance” than a plain old hoodie, with the wind & water resistant fabric, pit zips and functional fit throughout the upper body especially. Feels like the perfect casual shred jacket for urban sessions, endless park laps, or any days that aren’t super cold.

(excerpted from my full review)

And a few screengrabs of the HPH on the slopes. This is a size XL on me, 6ft and 210 lbs.

Attachment 9499
01-02-2013 09:50 AM
mmueller
Thank you!

I really appreciate these reviews. I will be posting them once our site's blog is in full swing! I will keep you updated.
12-30-2012 10:28 AM
Edge Guess I should chime in seen as I also picked up a custom HPH from Mue.

Could not be more pleased. Warm, windproof, really water repellent, well designed to keep you warm and powder out. Fantastic customer service from Mue too, they shipped over to the UK for me. Love my custom design too. It's sleek enough to wear as a jacket just out and about too.

10/10.
12-30-2012 09:53 AM
david_z
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Originally Posted by Argo View Post
He even wears it on days that are +10-15F and is comfortable.

Mark, great job on a superb product.
Ditto this. Field-tested yesterday about 22F in the morning, I layered a base (under armour cold gear) and a thermal which is what I would normally put on under a hoodie. After an hour I ditched the mid layer and probably would've been safe with just like a long-sleeve t-shirt underneath. Wind wasn't a major factor but from wearing this around town in some gale force (50mph) winds I can say it's definitely good in the windproof department. On the slopes it's ridiculously warm.

I'll have a full/thorough review posted after the new year for those who might still be on the fence, but the HPH is legit in my opinion.
12-16-2012 04:19 PM
Argo My son now has 70-80 days on one of his hoodies plus some muddy days of cross country and down hill biking. This hoodie is unreal. Stupid durablility, it is still like brand new... We have had some customs made and the full zip new HPH line is awesome too. Here is Matt riding in the vail daily report for the local paper.... 4 inches of fresh on Sunday, Dec. 16 at Vail - YouTube
Hoodie is 10 months in to it's life and Matt normally would have torn his shells up.... Still going strong. If you want a shell or a hoodie that's water proof, this is it. He even wears it on days that are +10-15F and is comfortable.

Mark, great job on a superb product.
11-23-2012 06:02 AM
mmueller
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Yeah that was me. Unfortunately just spotted that you don't ship internationally at the moment (I'm in the UK). Any plans to in the future?
We can ship to the UK. The shipping will be more expensive. I will look for the cheapest route. Email me your address. (mmueller@mueapparel.com)
11-23-2012 05:53 AM
Edge
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Edge, I am going to go out on a limb and say you also commented on our Facebook page? Style progression in the park is always a fun topic. Last season we released poppy designs and this year we have toned it towards darker and earthier high performance hoodies.

Luckily, customization is what we do. If you want an all plaid HPH, ask and you shall receive. For individual customization we work with what colors/patterns we have in stock. Red/black plaid is in stock. Just purchase the HPH available on the site and send an email to mmueller@mueapparel.com with your custom request. We also can custom size HPH as well. For custom work, we ask to not use promotion codes as it is more work on our side.

Thanks!

Mark

Yeah that was me. Unfortunately just spotted that you don't ship internationally at the moment (I'm in the UK). Any plans to in the future?
11-23-2012 05:37 AM
mmueller
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Originally Posted by Edge View Post
I was actually recommended one of your HPH earlier today, but it'd be good to see some more interesting colourways.

I'm in the market for a soft-shell alternative to a jacket for warm park days myself, and as a product they appeal very much to a park rider. However, we tend to like things that are a little more.. extravagant

I like the red/black plaid HPH, but is it really just a strip of colour, or is the whole hoody in the same design?
Edge, I am going to go out on a limb and say you also commented on our Facebook page? Style progression in the park is always a fun topic. Last season we released poppy designs and this year we have toned it towards darker and earthier high performance hoodies.

Luckily, customization is what we do. If you want an all plaid HPH, ask and you shall receive. For individual customization we work with what colors/patterns we have in stock. Red/black plaid is in stock. Just purchase the HPH available on the site and send an email to mmueller@mueapparel.com with your custom request. We also can custom size HPH as well. For custom work, we ask to not use promotion codes as it is more work on our side.

Thanks!

Mark
11-22-2012 11:53 PM
ARSENALFAN
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Originally Posted by poutanen View Post
This is a good point, I'm thinking of Bench and to a lesser extent Lululemon. Both have very prominent logos mounted high up on the sweaters (Bench is right on the damn collar)... It makes it so that you can pick them out immediately.

Usually when I see a girl in either I look down to see what's happening with the caboose.



You know you all looked down...
You got me pegged. and thats a nice caboose
11-22-2012 11:34 PM
Edge I was actually recommended one of your HPH earlier today, but it'd be good to see some more interesting colourways.

I'm in the market for a soft-shell alternative to a jacket for warm park days myself, and as a product they appeal very much to a park rider. However, we tend to like things that are a little more.. extravagant

I like the red/black plaid HPH, but is it really just a strip of colour, or is the whole hoody in the same design?
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