Triple Aught Design Ranger Hoodie

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

The San Francisco based crew at Triple Aught Design develops some of the most durable gear on the planet, and they do it without sacrificing comfort. If you plan on hitting the outdoors this fall season for a hunting, fishing or camping trip, don’t do so without this TAD Ranger Hoodie.

Crafted form the brand’s Polartec Wind Pro fabric, the Ranger is designed to block four times more wind than your traditional fleece. The heavy weight material is perfect for layering up or down, and thanks to pit vents you’ll always be able to expel heat on the go. Six pockets found throughout the hoodie means you’ll always have plenty of storage space for your gear, and the Aero hood will sit flat on your upper back and out of the way when not in use. If things do happen to get a bit wet, the durable water repellent treated construction coupled with that unique hood will keep you dry and comfortable for hours to come. [Purchase]

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