We've taken the best piece of gear the military issues us and turned it into the most comfortable hoodie. Whether you're dropping the kids off at school or snatching souls, do it while staying warm, comfy and sexy AF.
- Standard fit
- 100% Nylon
- Embroidered logo patch
- Elastic waistband and cuffs to keep the chill out
- 2 front pockets
- Extreme comfort
- Machine wash cold
- Hang dry or low/med heat in dryer
Never ordered one
Excellent quality. Lightweight but warm and comfy. I'll buy another one of these for sure.
The material is super nice, i've gotten a bunch of compliments on the hoodie.
Okay so I ordered three, they're cool for casual wear, and I do bring them out in the field. My honest opinion is that I think savtac should up grade its ripstop nylon to a proper weight its durability is not great. I reached in a pouch and it literally roughed and snagged up the fibers of the nylon on the sleeve (I worry about its potential field life) Now actual woobies from all over the world use a heavier nylon I think 102t ??? Or something, that would be great for durability and life. Some positive notes on the otherhand: Awesome prints, colors and designs. Great climate control, wear it in warm weather, cold weather or rain and your not sweating and dries quickly. Packs up nicely if you stuff it in a canteen pouch and is light weight. Before my purchase I had read some reviews on them "being baggy, so go with your size", so I went normal, I lift so I have a v body and decent size arms, torso fits nicely not too baggy and doesn't ride to low, arms on the other hand I cannot manage rolling up the sleeves up my Forearms, to small for them. Loosen the size on those a tad bit, some of us like to roll em up, but the stretch ban savtac uses is good quality (basic) but wouldn't change it. Over all I will be ordering in the future but I would like to see some closer to real woobie nylon being used and stronger thread being used for stitching. - The Greyhost No¼ ♠️ 🏴☠️🏴
I love the quality and material is spot on. It does seem to run on the small side. Much tighter than I would really like.