Fabric: Polyester, jersey face, fleece lining, lightweight
Price Paid: $85
Like the hoody.
Had the worst possible experience with moosejaw.com. They are selling them without a DWR (as stated on their site) and they can't decide whether the product is no longer offered with DWR (what they told me at first) or it's defective (what they told at last). Either way they didn't offer much of a solution or apology.
Also, moosejaw.com deleted my negative review of their Customer Service for their false advertising (or selling defective clothing--take your pick).
Anyway, enjoying the hoody with some wash-in waterproofing (at my own expense of course).
currently retails for:
$69.50 - $139.00
where to buy:
20.5 oz / 581 g
7.5 oz 75-Denier 100% Polyester Knit bonded to Polyester Microfleece / Deluge® DWR Finish
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