- Water Resistant
- Wind Resistant
- Quick Drying
- Movement-Mirroring Stretch
- Fully Adjustable Hood
- Single-Separating Front Zipper
- Zippered Napoleon Pocket
- Two Zippered Hand Pockets
- Left Hand Pocket Doubles as Stuff Sack
- Key Clip
- Drawcord Hem
- DWR Coated Zippers
Fit: Standard Fit
Fabric 86% nylon, 14% spandex stretch woven body and hood, 91% nylon Cordura®, 9% spandex stretch woven shoulders and lower sleeves
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 13.6oz / 384g (L)
- Great jacket for cool days and nights! (Review by John)
Just got my Ferrosi Hoody today and put it on soon as I walked out of the store. I can see this jacket going everywhere with me. Fits great and it works as advertised as I found out today as the temps were in the 50's with the windchill around 42 here North of Atlanta. Love that it compresses down to nothing so it'll fit in my camera bag for those chilly morning/evening shoots. Thanks OR for a great piece of clothing.
(Posted on 3/28/15)
- Ferrosi Hoody ROCKS! (Review by Mountain Gorilla)
I have been nothing but impressed with this jacket but today put things over the edge... Wore the hoody up Mt Washington today. ~20deg F, 25mph winds, with heavier gusts and a few flakes in the air. I wore the hoody above treeline with nothing but an Ibex t-shirt and Patagonia cap 3 base layer underneath. The Ferrosi proved to be wind resistant enough to take me all the way to the summit and back. I did use the hood, over a ball cap and it was rock solid and comfortable! The hoody never wet out and never left me asking for more. Bought a size up to ensure layer-ability and am psyched with the extra length and extra room for layering underneath - it's roomy enough for this but not super baggy. Get one and you'll get happy!
(Posted on 3/21/15)
- Great look and feel! Choosing size. (Review by Gus)
Just got this jacket delivered and was very excited to unpack it a few minutes ago! Hence have not yet tried it out in the field but the look and feel is great and I cant wait to use it for some hiking, backcountry skiing and some light paddling!
Was a little bit uncertain about which size to choose having read some different reviews before I ordered and wanted to share my impression. I am 6 1 (186 cm) and 172 lbs (78 kg) and was choosing between the large and medium and in the end ordered the medium. The fit is great and I tried it on layered with a fleece jacket as well as with a light down vest and both worked great and still left some flexibility.
(Posted on 3/18/15)
- All good except.... (Review by SunDog)
I have jacket and pants. Like both very much and have become my go to for rock climbing. Just add long johns and you have a nice temperature spread. I use the jacket for ice climbing in dry conditions. However they pile badly. Hence 3 stars. Other than that durability issue these are money. Only other critique I have is that the pants fit...a...little...closely if you catch my drift. Some might call them butt huggers but hey cowgirls will love you.
(Posted on 3/3/15)
- Flawless! (Review by Aaron)
No it isn't water proof, and no it isn't windproof, but it does a pretty dang good job at both, and for the breathability it is second to none! For hot days and cool nights backpacking or spring skiing this is my go to jacket! For how light it is and that it packs into its own pocket, this jacket is impossible to beat. I wear this or my Axiom jacket everyday almost year around or at least have it readily accessible!
(Posted on 12/11/14)
- All - round favorite (Review by Mobetta)
I pack this jacket with me whether skinning, sailing, mtb, hiking or whatvever. It is very light and I can "ball" it up and stuff in a backpack. Seems to dry quickly. 5-7 / 145, the size small fit well with a baselayer anything thicker makes it tight in the armpits. I have the version with the offset zipper. If I were to get another one would probably get the straight zipper version. super product OR
(Posted on 10/15/14)
- Stellar piece of gear (Review by Jeremy)
The Ferrosi Hoody is my go to year round. From skinning up Rainier to misty trail runs, and cool desert nights, this jacket has been with me all across the country. It also looks pretty good come the evening expedition for food and a beverage.
Breaths just enough. DWR is just enough. Mobility is excellent.
Get the shorts too, you won't be disappointed.
(Posted on 7/19/14)
- Hands down my favorite jacket I've ever owned (Review by Brendan)
I have worn the Ferrosi Hoody on multi-pitch climbs, trail runs, bike rides, mountain bike rides, hiking and backpacking since 2011. It's the perfect lightweight soft shell for mountain weather in the Rockies for everything except skiing!
(Posted on 6/8/14)
- Instant favorite (Review by Nick)
This hoodie at first seemed a bit too lightweight, but when I wore it out on a run I realized it's absolutely perfect for high energy activities in moderate cool/rainy to warmer weather.
It's easy to throw on when you're out on in the sun, because it provides perfect cover with the hood up, which is also nice not to need to bother with sunscreen. It crunches up super tight, so it can be in a day pack just in case without adding extra weight or space.
To top it off, it moves with you to the point where it feels almost like part of your body. Instant favorite, well worth the purchase.
(Posted on 6/4/14)
- Great jacket... with one serious flaw (Review by b1rdcat)
I am a huge fan of this jacket. It does everything advertised - It's super comfortable, and looks great. I would recommend it to anyone...
with one note:
REMOVE THE ZIPPER PULLS!
The design team at OR should take into consideration, the zipper pulls on the current iteration have a texture that catches on the fabric and causes pilling (especially around the pocket).
Luckily, this issue is easily resolved by removing/changing the zipper pull.
That's all :)
(Posted on 2/18/14)