Men's Klamath Hoody
HeiQ Treated Grid Fleece
Men's Klamath Hoody Details
- True to size: Purchase your normal size to wear over or under other layers
- Mid-weight grid fleece
- HeiQ Pure anti-bacterial scent control
- Ergonomic, mesh lined hood for concealment and additional warmth
- Quarter-zip provides excellent temperature regulation
- Articulated fit and built-in stretch for complete range-of-motion
- Invisible, zippered chest pocket
How It's Built
- Material: Grid Fleece
- Cut: Second Layer
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 14oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Range:
- Below 20F
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
I got this as a daily garment (in green). It fits true to size and looks great. It's almost too nice to hunt in, but I love wearing it around town. Only complaint is it sticks to your tshirt when putting it on and it take some fidgeting to get it to set properly. Great base layer
This hoody really is awesome for so many different applications. I love it as a second layer in the whitetail woods and an outer layer in the turkey woods. It is warm for the weight and breathes pretty well. I love the warmth of the hood zipped up all the way. This paired with a good base layer and the catalyst jacket is such a solid system for a wide range or conditions.
I have a 46" chest with an athletic build and the XL fit perfectly. Arms and body are long enough and it's fitted without being snug. The material is toasty warm and will serve it's purpose well in cold weather. I haven't had to bushwack with it yet, but it also seems durable enough to take some abuse without suffering from any undue damage.
My one issue is the hood has an odd fit. The actual portion that fits over your head is nice, but the collar/face mask portion is far too snug. I can't see ever zipping it up fully unless hunkered down in incredibly cold weather with little movement. It'd be nice if it were designed so the collar could be zipped all the way up without use of the hood, but once again it's a little too small to do that comfortably without the collar digging into my neck. Still, 4 stars because it's a great insulation piece other than that issue.
Hasn’t been through the ringer yet but will be over the winter. First impressions were great love the fit. Price was more than reasonable when compared to other brands I have used.
I would not say I have put the Klamath through the ringer yet, but I have tested it on the ski slope. It is a great fitting, very functional and well made mid layer. You will build up some heat in this thing once rigorous exercise starts, and it does not vent moister like a merino wool base, but it does cut the wind well. Could you purchase a mapped fleece mid layer for much less that will work equally as well? Probably. But, here is my argument for the Klamath. Hunter friendly cut- a lot of other fleece bases tend to ride up the pits and prevent free range of motion on the arms. The Klamath does not. It is an athletic cut that does not restrict the shoulder, even though I bought mine to fit snug. I am 5'11, 185 and I got the M. The hood- it is perhaps the best feature of this piece and highly functional. And, the camo- I got Cinder and love the pattern. (I suspect it confuses the deer also.)