Fish Camp Pullover Hoodie

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SIZE S M L XL 2X
CHEST 36"-38" 39"-41" 42"-45" 46"-48" 49"-52"
WAIST 28"-30" 31"-33" 34"-36" 37"-39" 40"-43"
INSEAM 30" 31" 32" 32" 32½"
SLEEVE LENGTH 32½"-33½" 33½"-34½" 34½"-35½" 35½"-36½" 36½"-37½"

 

*These are body measurements.

WHAT SIZE SHOULD I BUY?

Refer to the size chart above to compare your body specifications to the garment measurements. If you’re in-between sizes you can likely size down if that’s your preference.

THE IMPORTANCE OF LAYERING FOR COLD WEATHER FISHING
  • Layers work as a system to keep you dry which keeps you comfortable.
  • Moisture is the enemy. Each layer has a vital, specific function, ultimately transporting moisture from core to surface layer.
  • Baselayers (1st layer-next to skin) are designed to keep sweat and moisture away from the body so that it will evaporate and keep you dry and comfortable.
  • Thermal layers (2nd layer) insulate and enhance warmth.
  • Outerwear (3rd layer) repels wind and water.
  • Activity level, weather and termperature influences the system- layers may be added or removed as needed.
WHAT IF IT DOESN'T FIT JUST RIGHT?
Returns are shipped Free both ways. If the fit is not perfect simply follow our return instructions HERE

Fish Camp Pullover Hoodie

Regular price $ 59.00
Regular price
Color: Bering Sea
Size: M
Recycled Fabrics RECYCLED
Recycled Fabrics

Details

This fishing sweatshirt combines timeless style with killer comfort. It’s made with a soft polar fleece that’s 100% recycled polyester and has a kangaroo pocket to keep your hands warm. The Fish Camp Hood has a classic fit and versatile hood with buttons to cinch down or open up as needed.

Features

  • Polar fleece 100% recycled polyester
  • Versatile hood
  • Kangaroo pocket
  • Woven label

Size & Fit

  • Model is wearing size Large
  • Relaxed fit

Ultra-Warm Polar Fleece

Comfort & warmth when you need it

Versatile Hood

Pull up on or pull down as needed

Kangaroo Pocket

Handy storage at the ready

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