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Product Code: 13110575

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Versatile and durable, the Haglofs Skarn Hood uses non membrane FlexAble fabric to provide the optimum balance of wind resistance and excellent breathability.

The stretch fabric allows for freedom of movement ensuring you can concentrate on the activity with a full range of movement and in comfort. The reinforced shoulders and sleeves help with durability and the DWR treated surfaces help to keep the elements at bay.

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Product Features

  • Weight: 490g (size L)
  • Fabric: FlexAble (90% nylon, 10% elastane)
  • Stretchable fabric
  • Reinforced shoulders and sleeves
  • DWR treated surfaces
  • Three-way adjustable and climbing helmet compatible hood with reinforced peak
  • Hidden front zip
  • Two mid mountain pockets with laminated zippers and a built in ventilation system
  • One laminated slanted chest pocket
  • Seamless shoulders, sides and inside sleeves
  • Articulated sleeves
  • Stretch cuffs with thumb grip
  • Dropped rear hem with single handed draw cord
  • Rear hanging loop

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1 There is 1 review of this product

Good midrange softshell
Reviewed By Peter, 18 Mar 2014

This is a very nice softshell. very light without a fleecy liner so best worn over a baselayer.

- I'm quite tall and the jacket and sleeve lengths in particular are very good.
- Light weight
- Very comfy and great fit, (buy your normal size), it's fine with a base layer or medium jumper underneath.
- Seems very windproof and the front zip seems well protected (possibly not as much as other more expensive shells, like the Montane Sabertooth etc)

- Hood, whilst helmet compatible, without one it's a bit ungainly and the volume reducing cord isn't as neat as other shells.

Neither Pro or Cons
- Pockets, for me one small chest pocket is ideal, rather than the two huge map pockets, as well as the two large and high hand pockets.

Good all rounder but might not live up to the expectations of more demanding activities.