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Men's Deviator Hoody


Cutting Edge Award Winning Insulation
$189.00 40.0% Discount Sale Price: $113.40
FIT: Trim fit
COLOR hot sauce/charcoal
SIZE: XL - In stock
free shipping - This one’s on us!
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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
Hybrid Mapped Construction
Movement-Mirroring Stretch
Stretch Mesh Liner
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


Deviator Hoody


Overall, I'm very impressed with the deviator. I actually find myself wearing it everywhere now that the temperature is more fall like. It's the best combo of fleece and insulation- not too hot, not too cold. Buyers- check the sizing. I'm 6'1 and about 165. Medium is perfect for my intended use. The torso could be about an inch longer, but that's being nitpicky. You're not gonna get many layers under this piece, but the slim fit allows you to layer over top if the weather gets too cold. But if you're moving, this jacket will be fine at keeping you warm. The alpine style hood looks a little goofy, but is actually really comfortable and much more efficient than traditional hoods. This one actually keeps your head warm.



Favorite hoody ever


I bought this hoody in a women's medium, and the fit and use was great. When I saw this color offered in the men's I knew I had to have it. I ordered a size small, and the fit is spot on for a 5 foot 10 inch 135 pound female with long arms and a long torso. Love the color, and I already clearly loved the deviator hoody. Perfect for long, fall ridge runs in Alaska, and ski touring. Love this hoody.

Juneau, AK


Perfect for shoulde rseasons above the trees


I've used this jacket on two trips that started at 5000' and went above 8000, and 10,000 ft, respectively. Both were cold windy trips in September. This piece is breathable when you need it to be and windproof in the chest once you zip it up. We were in conditions ranging from 20s to the 50s. I must of the time and I only took it off on one trip after the temps finally reached the 70s.

Eugene, OR


My 2nd Deviator


Wear this hoodie for everything- camping, hiking, and everyday on the slopes as a midlayer.

Shawano, WI


I love this jacket


I like this jacket so much that I've bought a second one to wear once the first one wears out. I've been wearing it for 3 years now and I wear it on every backpacking trip I've done, which amounts to weeks and weeks in the high sierra each year. I bought a small and the jacket is an athletic, form fitting, fit, which suits me perfectly. I wear it at the end of the hiking day when lounging around camp, frequently wear it to bed, and in the mornings and start the hiking day before the movement warms me up and it goes on the top of my pack. In the shoulder seasons I'll also wear it while hiking. Honestly, the only bad thing I have to say about this jacket are that the stitches along the arms broke far sooner than I expected, I've restitched both arms with a sewing machine and haven't had any problems since. The spring in the drawcord that runs through the base of the jacket broke also, but I never tightened this anyway. I love this jacket so much and given the amount of use with only minor repairs its held up admirably.

Palo Alto, CA


Breathable warmth


The Deviator hits the mark as a lightweight breathable layer for ski touring. It is ideal for breaking trail in cool/cold conditions. Also nice for fast-paced hikes / trail runs.



Single, most used piece of kit.


Hiking, backpacking or summit bagging, I always have a deviator hoody on to start, right over a poly tee. I may have additional insulation layer, or usually a Ferosi or hard shell. It's great at warming me when I need it, or dissipating heat when I don't. It moves with me, and fits closely. The hood is perfect when we take a quick break climbing, and don't want to open my pack fir a hat or sweater...

Bellevue, WA


packs small and seems warm


packs small and provides warmth beyond expected for size and weight

Boise, ID


Buy it! You won't regret it...


Great all around jacket. Great for cool to cold morning runs. Breathes well. Versatile in the backcountry as well as downtown. Will be buying another, if it ever breaks down.



Love the Deviator


Great for hikes in the Bay area. Weather can change fast so it's nice to have this jacket.

San Francisco, CA



4.7 55



Size & fit guide

Men’s apparel - measurement guide & size chart

Measurement shown in:
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.