I started using this hoody in 2019 and have loved it. the sleeves are comfortable and you have the option of unbuttoning the neck for a little extra breathability if you need it. I don't go on a hunt without this piece.
You need to add this piece to the arsenal, the articulated elbows make drawing your bow back - easily and quietly. What I like about the garment is the hood! This a perfect piece for weather in the 40-50’s and a perfect layering piece under the UA Timber Jacket for late season!!!
Nice garment but too small. I have been ordering XL gear from UA for a long time and for some reason this year the stuff that is supposed to fit loose fits tight. Now, before you think I have gained weight let me assure you that I have not. I think UA has changed their sizing standards for their hoodies. This is the 3rd hoodie I have had to return this season.
I have used this under the windstopper jacket as layering and been very impressed with the days this fall I have found myself happy with this combination. Once it warms up, I have shed the windstopper jacket and hunted in this hoodie. The hoodie does run a little small and the sleeves are marginal for me, but I normally wear a 38" sleeve. If you are 36 or under, it will be plenty long. The hoody is quiet, warm and durable. Many hours behind a spotting scope have been with this hoodie.
Im 6'3" 190 lbs. I ordered a Large. Fit is a little smaller than other UA Hoodies i own. Very Comfortable and will make a great layering piece or something to wear alone in early season. Looks to be well made and should hold up to what im about to put it through!
Comfortable fleece layer to provide warmth in cooler conditions. Best utilized when glazing, stationary, or moving a bit slower and your not generating the body heat to warm you up. May not be the best choice when running and gunning after game, as you may get too hot. Hood and front pocket keep the wind off your head and face and keep you hands warm. Great layer piece item when sizing up that bull through your spotting scope on the top of a point in cooler weather.