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Men's Echo Hoody


Ultralight protection for high-exertion activities in heat
FIT: Trim fit
COLOR cobalt
SIZE: XL - Out of stock
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High-exertion workouts and high temps don’t always play nice together, unless you’re rocking a piece from the Echo Collection. Built with UPF sun protection, AirVent™ moisture management, ActiveFresh™ odor control technology, and topped off with an anti-chafing flat-seam design, the Echo Collection is the smarter way to tackle the heat. From sun-scorched desert climbs to sweltering ultra runs, the Echo is your perfect balance of tech-packed performance and ultralight protection.
Fabric :
Airvent™ 100% Polyester
Center Back Length :
29½” / 75 cm
Weight :
4.3oz / 122g Avg weight for size L
Fabric Performance :
ActiveFresh™ active odor control
UPF 15 Sun Protection
Functional Details :
Flat-seam Construction
Raglan Sleeves
Fold Over Mitt Cuffs
Reflective Logo


Nice hoodie, not very durable


This is a nice, lightweight hoodie with moderate sun protection. I have been wearing it in while on vacation in the Northwest for the past couple weeks. My chief complaint is that the fabric is not very durable. I got a snag on the chest the first day I wore it, and after a couple of weeks of use it definitely looks used and beat up. Unfortunately this hoodie is a rather disposable item, and I don't expect it to last much beyond the end of the summer. On a higher note, it is very comfortable and moves nicely. It's sun protection is moderate which is nice, letting me use less sunscreen.

Moab, UT



I bought this to keep the sun off of me while on Mt Rainier, it works great!

Bellevue, WA


Weird fit. Super tight in the forearms/baggy upper arms



Calgary, canada


Super light!


Ordered one size larger because I'm a 56 year old body with an adventurer spirit! I don't have the trim fit 20 year old body anymore! Otherwise, I love it! Good for a light layer hiking or skiing and the hood gives just enough protection from wind or helping keep the heat around the head!



Sleeves are weird, fabric is great


Okay, so I have owned two ensenadas, one patagonia sun hoody and this one. The ensenadas were terrible, too hot, stained literally within days from sweat and just not a very comfortable material. The patagonia hoody was good, a little baggy but comfortable material. I think the echo is essentially a very trim version of the patagonia one. I am usually a small in all OR gear, like every single jacket or shirt I own from OR is a small. This one is a medium and it is tight. I just wore it for two Denali expeditions and I actually enjoyed the trim fit solely for the ability to comfortably layer stuff on top. But the cuffs...what with these? The only reason I ever use them as intended is to show people how silly they are. At least a thumb hole integrated in would make the cuff thing somewhat more usable. If your going to get it, make sure you size up at least one size from what you normally get.



Excellent Lightweight Hoodie


Super lightweight and breathable. Helps to keep the sun off, still remaining cool. Only downside is that there is no front pocket.

Ontario, Canada


Perfect light weight long sleeve


Excellent product. We've bought two.



Great product


I purchased two for work and hiking. I am working on a new home and they have been perfect for being out in the sun all day. I will try them out in the coming weekend doing some trail maintenance in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. So happy with them for work i just ordered three more for myself and two for a friend. Always happy with your products.

New England


Excellent for desert dwellers... I plan on getting more


I never owned the previous version but several reviews here reference the differences. I have two of these and for me, this is a nearly ideal sun hoody that fits great, wears well, and is super breathable and comfortable. I understand the rationale for the cuff design, but fully covering my hands is not a feature I will frequently be using. I would probably get more use out of a thumb loop, but to be honest those can bug me as well and 95% of the time I just wear a normal cuff no matter what extra features are built in. The down side is that the thicker cuff (two layers of fabric) makes it much harder for me to push up my sleeves (something I anticipated wanting to do but rarely have actually wanted to now that I own the thing and have experienced its breathability and temperature regulation). One unexpected silver lining I have found, however, is that the extra material around the wrist is actually quite helpful and absorbent when wiping away sweat and is long enough such that it provides my palms and wrists an extra cushion when using trekking poles for extended periods when hiking, which is the primary activity I use this shirt for. The material is super light and would work well for travel use too. I plan on also picking up some quarter zips and maybe t-shirts. Living in Las Vegas and spending as much time climbing mountains as I can, the echo fabric is now my go-to year round.

Las Vegas, NV


The sleeves!


I hate reviewers who write reviews without giving the product a good test run but in the case of the new Echo Hoody, one weird design flaw is clear right way: the sleeves cannot be pulled up at all. Not sure what the funky fold over mitt idea was (joggers?). The material on this shirt is very light and I'd like to be able to pull the sleeves up a least part way - thinking of reaching deep in cracks, washing dishes, wanting some air...

Rossland, BC



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Size & Fit Guide


Measurement shown in:
CHEST 33”84 37”94 40”102 43”109 46”117 49”124
WAIST 27”69 30”76 32.5”83 36”91 39”99 43”109
HIPS 33.5”85 36.5”93 39”99 42”107 46”117 48.5”123
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.
We adjust the garment for intended fit and intended use.