Available direct only - Online, Basecamp.
DescriptionKeeping our trail needs in mind, the Men's Livingston mid-layer fleece hoodie is built with a lightweight, highly breathable moisture wicking fabric that has a standard fit.
Size Guide- Runs large, size down if you are in between sizes. Need help with sizing?
- Bluesign® Certified Dyed Fabric
- Polygiene® Treated Fabric to Help Fight Odor
- Thumbholes, Nylon/Spandex Taping
- Built-in Neck Gaiter
- Adjustable Hood with Toggle
Materials93% Recycled Polyester, 7% Spandex - 6.6 oz Polartec Power Grid / Product Weight Size Medium - 14 oz
Factory: TY Garments USALittle Rock, Arkansas / Supplier Since 2020 / Cut & Sew
OverviewIn 2016, TY Garments USA was founded with a state-of-the-art production plant in Little Rock, Arkansas. Our products here are built by Arkansans in our home state. To say we are proud is an understatement.
Fibers - This Piece Diverted 34 Water Bottles From LandfillsRecycled Polyester, made from post-consumer products such as water bottles, uses less energy, less virgin raw material. Diverts bottles and similar materials from landfills.
The Livingston is my new favorite piece of clothing. It wraps around my like a stylish snuggie that I never want to remove.
Fits nice and super toasty, love the big hood with the draw cord
Bought a second one in a different color so I wouldn't wear the first one out. Love the waffle grid insulation and wicking!
More affordable versus a Patagonia R1; readily available versus a Melanzana. I needed a new tech fleece layer for an alpine climb and this one was a huge upgrade compared to the Eddie Bauer it replaced. 200 pounds and 6’2”, size large fits me. It’s definitely a relaxed fit in the torso but a medium would be too tight for my preference. Shipped ultra fast across the country.
The Livingston is everything you could want in a fleece: kangaroo pockets, thumb holes, a drawstring hood, and an actual online store you can buy it from (I'm looking at you, Melanzana). This fleece is perfect for late nights by the campfire, crisp mornings outside the tent, and long fall hikes. If you want to put your money to good use, do yourself a favor and snag one of these bad boys when you have the chance.