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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-22-2012, 08:46 PM
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I have one of the High Performance Hoodie from Mue Apparel Home and it is pretty slick. They make a pull over and zip up style.
I'm gonna second MUE it's a pretty legit hoodie, definitely a good amount of performance features more than most hoodies, fit is a bit longer than I would prefer but otherwise it's all around good, great wind resistance to it and water repellent.

I've got a thermal/insulated Dakine hoodie that I've used the last few years it's one of the best things I've ever owned but everyone hates it because it's brown.

I have an O'Neill hoodie that I just got, also more like a lightweight softshell, which is pretty tight, too.

Love the looks of that 32 Reppin hoodie but I think I've got more hoodies than I need at this point...

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I bought one of these last season and wore it more than my jacket. Love all the Analog ATF stuff.

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I have a couple of the Protection Hoods from Oakley:

Oakley Protection II Hoodie | Oakley Store

They are comfortable and the water resistance is real good.
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