Drake MST Men's Waterproof Full Zip Hoodie

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Product Description

The Drake MST waterproof full zip hoodie offers all the comfort and warmth of your favorite hooded sweatshirt with the 100% waterproof protection that waterfowl hunters need. This men’s fleece-lined hoodie is fully adjustable and functional for keeping you warm and dry in even the coldest, damp environments. The MST waterproof full zip hoodie provides pockets that are also fleece-lined and make a perfect hand warmer. The Columbia men’s hoodie is constructed of Refuge HS shell fabric backed by our 100% waterproof, windproof, and breathable HyperShield 2.0 Technology and lined with 280g fleece for maximum warmth without weight or bulk.

Drake MST Men's Waterproof Full Zip Hoodie Features:

  • 280g Fleece lined for added warmth
  • Refuge HS shell fabric
  • 100% waterproof, windproof and breathable
  • Pockets for accessory storage or a hand warmer
  • HyperShield 2.0 technology
  • Doesn’t add extra weight or bulk
  • Full zip design

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HyperShield Technology
Laminated to Refuge HS outerwear fabric, HyperShield Technology guarantees protection from the elements. HyperShield is an impenetrable membrane that blocks out external wind and rain, yet allows internal moisture vapors to escape. To add to the waterproof capabilities of HyperShield Technology, we add an external water-repellant finish and seam-tape all the seams on all of our clothing as two more fail-safes to keep hunters dry as a bone.
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