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Audio Engineer’s Hoodie

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Jan 28, 2019

Category: Gear

With the cost of renting studio time being what it is, the last thing you can afford to do is ask them to turn up the heat if it’s a bit nippy. The Audio Engineer’s Hoodie makes sure you won’t have to, as this San Francisco-made, water-resistant poly/cotton blend keeps you warm, and there’s the hook: you can hear just fine through the hood.

Featuring “acoustically transparent” speaker-cloth hood panels, you’ll have no problem hearing every snap of the snare through your headphones as they sit on top of the fabric. It’s a relaxed fit, with twin kangaroo pockets, a headphone pass-through hole, a loop in the left pocket to clip your keys, and an interior lined with a cassette-themed pattern. The hoodie sells for $158 through Betabrand’s online store. [Purchase]

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