Foehn Robson Down Hoody

Nov 15, 2017

Category: Style

Outdoor clothing has a reputation for embracing some pretty wild looks. Mismatched fabrics, bright colors, and goofy cuts all make sense while you’re out in the woods – but as soon as you’re back in town? Not so much. Foehn, a young outdoor apparel brand, is looking to change that dynamic with their Robson Down Hoody.

Made from a high quality 2-way mechanical stretch fabric sourced from Japan, stuffed with 800 fill power down, and given a DWR treatment – every part of this jacket lives up to outdoor apparel standards. Yet, it still manages to have an attractive look that feels perfectly fit for wearing in everyday situations. The pullover hoodie look is complemented by technical features like a zipper located at the hem for both temperature regulation and mobility while. The jacket also boasts laser-perforations along the armpit for venting, and an oversized hood large enough to fit a helmet or hat. A great grab for cold weather wear.

Purchase: $233

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