For just enough lightweight insulation during higher intensity activities like climbing, cycling, running, and hiking, check out the versatile Outdoor Research Deviator Hoody.
Its hybrid mapped construction means you won’t have to stop and restart to adjust and switch up your layers during a range of activities.
The Deviator features Polartec Alpha continuous filament synthetic insulation on the front and side panels to keep your core warm. The breathable Polartec Power Dry High Efficiency grid-fleece fabric on the back, sleeves, and hood lets out heat and moisture. Outside the fabric’s 7-denier face promises quick dry times.
The Deviator Hoody is lightweight at 10.8 ounces, wind-resistant, and compressible to stow away in your pack when things heat up.
Current Retail: $132.73-$189.00
Historic Range: $59.00-$189.00
Reviewers Paid: $180.00
10.7 oz / 304 g avg weight for size L
|Center Back Length||
27.75 in / 70 cm
Extremely light for warmth, highly breathable. Very versatile use, from hiking to climbing to biking to skiing. A great light outer layer or warm mid-layer. An athletic fit.
- Stretchy and comfortable
- Can be tight with a long-sleeve first layer
A must-have for light, flexible, versatile insulation. Moves moisture away from your body while keeping you toasty on early morning bike rides. A great mid-layer under a waterproof shell. A tight, athletic fit.
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $180
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