Mission Workshop Grandmaster Hoodie

Dec 27, 2017

Category: Gear

Much like a seasoned outdoorsman can understand changing weather patterns, the Grandmaster Hoodie by Mission Workshop is a wisely-designed outer layer built to mitigate discomfort felt during the cold winter months around the office and throughout the city.

It’s all thanks to the hoodie’s Polartec Power Stretch Pro construction that is both more advanced than traditional cotton fleece fabric and has a higher warmth-to-weight ratio. Meant to be worn as an outer layer in place of a traditional coat or jacket, the Grandmaster is also water-resistant, moisture wicking, quick drying, and abrasion resistant. Finally, you can’t miss the comforting double three-layer-piece hood, fully taped interior seams, and chest pocket with a snap closure to round things out quite nicely. It’s also made right here in the USA (NYC to be specific) and made from fabric milled in Tennessee.

Purchase: $255

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