Fields Fleece Lined Hoodie

$74.99
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F461

The Natural Gear Fields Fleece Lined Hoodie is the ultimate in comfort in the outdoors.  This Camo Hoodie is built from a soft shell polyester outer shell with added stretch for comfort and mobility in the field.  The body is lined with our ultra soft fuzzy coral fleece for added warmth and comfort.  This hoodie wont disappoint.  It works well as an outer layer on mild days or as a layering piece when it is downright cold.  If you are looking for your next favorite hoodie, the search stops with the Fields Fleece Lined Hoodie.

  • Soft Shell Poly Exterior
  • Fuzzy Coral Fleece lining
  • Elastic Cuffs
  • Draw Cord Waist
  • Pass Through Kangaroo Pouch
  • Full-Cut

 

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Fields

Fields is Natural Gear’s newest pattern and was created to conceal in specific environments such as rice, beans, and buckbrush. We hand harvested actual elements from local farms and using Natural Gear laws, arranged them in the same vertically oriented pattern that would occur naturally. Next, we used an underlay of our color corrected original Natural Pattern to imitate Mother Nature’s light and shadows on the ground. The result is one of our most elaborate and effective camouflage patterns to date.

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  • 5
    Fleece Hoodie

    Posted by Todd Sloan on Jul 26th 2019

    Super warm and comfortable!

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