Dedicated to providing insulation and repelling water, the Dawn Patrol Full Zip Hoodie was constructed for ultimate warmth. The front wind panel is also water resistant for added protection. Technical drawcord keep the hood in place for a fashionable fit. You'll be ready for any weather in this stat-of-the-art hybrid hoodie.


  • Water protection in a brushed-back knit for superior stretch and moisture management
  • Front wind and water resistant panel for added weather protection
  • Hood with endless bungee drawcord with secure closure system for protection
  • Zipper garage for comfort
  • Draft flap to keep wind out
  • Cam Lock zipper for controlled venting
  • Front hand pockets
  • Silkscreen graphic details
  • Reflective details for increased visibility
  • UPF 50+ sun protection

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Great jacket has me looking forward to cooler, rainier weather :)

Overall a great jacket. Feels well-engineered in terms of construction and materials, with few caveats.
+ I love the interior--super soft and warm without feeling too warm or like it will hold on to a lot of sweat.
+ Water resistance is nice--it's still dry season here so I ran the sleeve under the faucet and water rolled off. It would definitely slowly soak through with enough time in the rain, but that brings me to the next point.
+ Breathable--perfect combo of water resistance while not being stuffy; the shoulder piece has a little bit more of a water/wind resistant fabric but is lined with a cool mesh on the interior.
+ True to size--I'm really happy with the fit, but I will say the sleeve holes are only the teeniest bit short for me. Most thumb holes from other brands sit much higher on my wrist, so I was surprised this was so close for me (the stretch helps). That being said, if you have short arms, the sleeves may be long.
+ Little reflective elements on the sleeves and back are a nice touch.
- Pockets don't have a zipper, making them pretty unusable if you actually plan on using this while running! I haven't tried it running but I don't think I would trust my keys and definitely not something heavier like a phone to stay inside.

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