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Men's Deviator Hoody

#242905

Cutting Edge Award Winning Insulation
$189.00
FIT: Trim fit
COLOR black/charcoal
SIZE: S - In stock
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The lightly insulated Deviator Hoody provides the perfect amount of air permeability and warmth for active pursuits. Polartec® Alpha® insulation stays dry and circulates airflow for incredible breathability, and Polartec® Power Grid™ in the hood, sleeves and back panel wicks moisture and keeps you comfortable.

Editor's Choice Award Winner -- Backpacker Magazine, 2015

Gear of the Year -- Men's Journal, 2015

Gear of the Year -- Runner's World, 2015

Fabric :
Polartec® Power Grid™ 2L
84% polyester
16% spandex knit face with plaited knit grid backer on arms
hood and back panel 100% nylon 7D ripstop front body and back side panels
100% polyester stretch mesh lining
Polartec® Alpha Insulation 100% polyester
64 g/m2 front body
hood and back side panels
Center Back Length :
27 3/4” / 70 cm
Weight :
11.3oz / 321g Avg. Weight for size L
Fabric Performance :
Active Insulation
Wind-Resistant
Breathable
Hybrid Mapped Construction
Lightweight
Movement-Mirroring Stretch
Stretch Mesh Liner
Anti-Odor
Design Features :
Zip Chest Pocket
YKK® DWR-Treated Zippers
Thumb Loops
Dual Hand-Warmer Pockets
Internal Front Stormflap
Key Clip
Functional Details :
Single-Separating Front Zipper
Elastic Cuffs
Elastic Drawcord Hem

RATING AND REVIEWS

Solid layer.

4

I had a 2017 model of the deviator and loved it before it got stolen.. I replaced it with the latest and have noticed it feels tighter around the neck. Like barely any room when zipped up. Weird pattern change? My other gripe is that the hood elastic is too snug slightly pulling your head down. You can remedy this pretty easily with some sewing skills though. That said it's a wonderful layer for high exertion when temps are right around freezing.

Alaska

Great layer, not built to last

3

Really enjoy the deviator hoody. With the ascendant probably the best garments OR offers. Unfortunately the deviator just gets absolutely shredded on the front. The polartech alpha is protected by very light, mayne 7D fabricthat just fets shredded on everything. Ive owned the jacket for two months and put about 5 holes in it working. One from scrambling and one from taking off a drysuit. And i mean the paches are 2x3 inches, not pinholes. OR should add some more burly fabric and tighten it where it isnt loose and is less likley to catch.

Moab

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Love it, but a bit tight in the chest

4

I love this layer, it fits in nicely with the many OR layers I already have (echo hoody, ferosi, ascendant etc.) and fills a niche not already taken care of it. I love climbing in it because it only has insulation and fragile material on the chest where I'm not likely to be abrasing it on rocks. This is one reason I was worried about climbing in my ascendant, especially in wide cracks. That said when I got the layer it was rather tight in the chest. I'm ~6' tall but have a slim build and the Medium fits perfectly everywhere except when I take a deep breath in the chest it feels rather tight. Other than this I like it a lot.

Seattle, WA

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Perfect layering when wearing a backpack

5

The Deviator is my go-to piece whenever I'm moving, wearing a backpack and it is colder outside. I love having the synthetic down just as front vest; it keeps my core warm, while the back breathes better so sweat doesn't pool as quickly under a backpack. I wear it whenever temps drop below 50 while I'm multipitch climbing. The fabric is durable and form fitting. Even when I've torn the puffy vest, the down doesn't come flying out because it's synthetic; it's great not to have to worry about losing down even when the going gets rough. The hood is form fitting and is great under a helmet as well. While the Deviator isn't warm enough for long, cold belays, paired with a down hoody colder weather climbing is a dream!

Jackson, WY

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Great jacket to play in

4

Hiking, xc skiing

Pagosa Springs

Love it

5

My new favorite running shirt for cold weather. Love the extra insulation on the chest.

Halifax, NS

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Great jacket for everyday wear

5

The Deviator is a great jacket for "tweener" conditions when you need more than a base layer but will be active. It breathes and moves well during activity. I've worn this jacket on cool, early morning runs and caught myself still wearing it hours later because it's so comfortable I don't notice it like I notice most other jackets. Casual wear and running are the activities I've used for so far. I look forward to wearing the Deviator for uphill skiing this winter. I'm 5'10, 155 lbs and the medium fits well.

Monterey, CA

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Nice in-between light jacket

5

I've had this a few weeks and have mostly worn it around town and on one day trip. My daughter had one of these and loved it, so her sister, mom and I all bought one. A hit in our family. I like the snug fit (5'10, 172lbs - size medium) over a t-shirt. Very light, comfortable, adds significant warmth, but less than my light puffy. Also like the full zip jacket nature with light insulation (vs. pullover). Easy and practical to take on and off. I foresee including in my backpack due to weight/warmth ratio.

Seattle

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Awesome Jacket!

5

Used as casual wear, also 9 day river trip, elk hunting, hiking and skiing. Great mid or top layer for morning ascents. Fits under rain/ski jacket very easily. Keeps you warm but also sheds excess heat when climbing. I'm 6 ft 190lbs large fits great and looks good around town. Holds up well for being a semi puffy, Just wish it was slightly more durable so I wasn't worrying about ripping puffy section. The arm sections so far seem to be very durable. I especially enjoy the hood and thumb holes. Great buy! I would highly recommend.

Idaho

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Incredible versatility

5

OR nailed the right combination of insulative value and breathability on this one. Been wearing for uphill travel of all varieties. It's light, supremely breathable and adds just the right amount of warmth to cut the alpine chill while moving.

Pacific Northwest

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Size & fit guide

Men’s apparel - measurement guide & size chart


Measurement shown in:
  XS S M L XL XXL
CHEST 34”86 37”94 40”102 43”109 46”117 49”124
WAIST 26”66 29”74 32”81 35”89 38”97 41”104
HIPS 33”84 36”91 39”99 42”107 45”114 48”122
INSEAM 30”76 31”79 32”81 33”84 34”86 35”89
SLEEVE-LENGTH 30”76 31”79 32”81 33”84 34”86 35”89
*All sizing is based on your body measurement for graded styles.
We adjust the garment for intended fit and intended use.