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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- Updated Fit, fits true to size. 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: Merrow ManufacturingFall River, Massachusetts / Supplier Since 2017 / Cut & Sew
OverviewWe flew out to Fall River, MA to meet with Merrow in Spring of 2018 and visiting their factory was a glimpse into the past. Seeing an old American style factory in such an iconic building made us proud in playing a role in bringing jobs and sewing back to the states. Established in 1838 Merrow is a diverse manufacturing operation. Managed by 7th Generation Brothers, Owen & Charlie Merrow.
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.
Colorado local here, the fit conforms better than the bagginess of melly (wasted thermal energy). With a slimmer fit, and the mesh facing inside, it is more functional and looks better to boot.
Also, the customer service team is exceptional!
Great customer service
It’s my third price— I need them all! I love the fit, the style and mostly the thought placed behind each garment. Defined recommend.
The color (blue) was better than expected. Fit is great. Athletic but not restrictive. Regulates heat incredibly and extremely light weight. Extremely proud that it is 100% made in America. I will definitely be buying another in a different color.
A new favorite. I bought an older model, because I’m cheap and it was on sale, and the sizing was bigger than the specs of the current model I’m told…