Vans Versa Hoodie DX

Jan 18, 2018

Category: Style

You don’t have to embrace a technical look in order to get all of the benefits of high-tech fabrics. Point in case, Vans’ new Versa Hoodie DX.

This pullover hoody may look like your common, throwaway sweatshirt, but it has a lot of functionality built into it. Thanks to its Storm Cotton Hydrophobic Shield fabric, the hooded sweatshirt sheds water like its nothing – helping keep you dry through those sudden downpours. In addition to beating back rain, the hoodie manages to be both breathable and abrasion resistant, an ideal feature for skateboarders who don’t want to rip their new threads. And to top it all off, the sweatshirt also has a hidden media pocket for storing your phone. You can pick these up in either Old Gold, Classic Black, or Cement Heather starting January 20th.

Purchase: $95

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