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Old 03-09-2014, 10:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default I am looking for a good hoodie/pullover that is weatherproof

Whats up guys, Ive been looking all over for a couple of good Pullover Hoodies that are good to ride in. I really dont like jackets or tech shells to to much and always have ridden in a hoodie ever since. Something similar so this would be preferred if you have any idea.

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Argo speaks highly of these: Mue | Home Perhaps he will chime in. Or, do a search for his posts on them. Mue might even be a member here, if I'm recalling correctly.
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Old 03-11-2014, 08:42 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Any of the burton hoodies with the 'dryride' tech are pretty good. I have the 'distill' hoodie and water just runs off it. Obviously dunk it in a lake and its gonna get wet but for half decent weather they are more than adequate. Reasonably warm to!

http://www.burton.com/default/distil...-10889100.html

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I have an Analog one that I love riding in. Stays dry, breathable, ipod pocket etc.
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I have an Analog one that I love riding in. Stays dry, breathable, ipod pocket etc.
Same here. I mostly use it as a mid layer on cold days but is water resistant enough to deal with light snow and the occational scorpion.
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Argo speaks highly of these: Mue | Home Perhaps he will chime in. Or, do a search for his posts on them. Mue might even be a member here, if I'm recalling correctly.
Yeah, they make some great tech hoodies. They are the most durable and waterproof that I have found. You also get to pick your own design, they are not a right off the shelf type of company so it takes longer than a trip to the store to get one. They are worth the wait though.... They probably have a small stock of pre made hoodies but not many. The owner is a member of the forum but I don't remember his handle. The company is based in Milwaukee and does all of the manufacturing locally in WI.
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Argo, any preference on the full zip vs quarter zip? Been playing around on the site and loving what I see, going to have to order me one for those warmer days. And how's the fit, true to size? I'm usually medium in most things.
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