Outdoor Research Hooverville Hoody

Where to Buy

sponsored links
Help support this site by making your next gear purchase through one of the links above. Click a link, buy what you need, and the seller will contribute a portion of the purchase price to support Trailspace's independent gear reviews.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Outdoor Research Men's Hooverville Fleece Full-Zip Hoodie is an excellent choice for practically any cold-weather endeavor. Polyester fleece fabric makes this jacket warm enough for you to use as a midlayer for skiing or by itself for cold camping trips, and its also wicks and breathes to keep you comfortable while you hike in fall and spring. Raglan sleeves improve arm mobility.

- Backcountry.com

On Sale. Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Men's Hooverville Hoody FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Men's Hooverville Hoody Quick Drying Wicking Full Center Front Zipper Raglan Sleeves Dual Pouch Hand Pockets Drawcord Adjustable Hood SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Men's Hooverville Hoody Weight: (L): 30.5 oz / 865 g Standard fit Center Back Length: 27 3/4in. / 70.5 cm 100% Polyester fleece This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . The heavy-duty fleece of Outdoor Researchand#39;s Hooverville jacket doesnand#39;t joke around -- itand#39;s prepared for harsh conditions and biting cold. Available Colors: ABYSS, EARTH, DARK CHARCOAL. Sizes: 2XS, XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Outdoor Research's Hooverville Hoody is made with warm, wicking and breathable fleece, providing the technical properties and functionality for adventuring in cold-weather.

- EMS

Outdoor Research Hooverville Hoody

previously retailed for:
$76.99 - $140.00

The Outdoor Research Hooverville Hoody is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 3, 2015 at Sierra Trading Post.

Recently on Trailspace

Here's How to Win $470 Worth of Therm-a-Rest Gear

Exped Travel Box II Plus Review

Borah Gear eVent rain mitts Review

Helinox Chair Zero Review

Patagonia Crosstrek Bottoms Review

What's your preferred way to camp?