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Smartwool Men's PhD Propulsion 60 Hoody Sport - Moosejaw
Smartwool Men's PhD Propulsion 60 Hoody Sport
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Smartwool Men's PhD Propulsion 60 Hoody Sport

Smartwool Men's PhD Propulsion 60 Hoody Sport is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
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Product Description Item No.   10290041

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FEATURES of the Smartwool Men's PhD Propulsion 60 Hoody Sport

  • Lightest weight (60 g) SmartLoft wool insulation provides thermoregulation and warmth even when wet
  • Gender-specific placement of SmartLoft insulation, HyFi knit panels, and wind resistant nylon provides breathability and protection from the elements during high aerobic activity in cold weather
  • Wind-resistant nylon with DWR finish protects from the elements
  • Strategically placed Merino lining for sweat and odor management
  • Performance fit hood with wind resistant panels for use under a helmet
  • Adjustable cordlock at waist

- + Product Specifications
Gender: Mens
Features: Insulated, Windproof, Hood, Water-resistant
Best Use: Casual
Fit Type: Regular Fit
Weight: 15.9 oz
Hood Type: Fixed
Exterior Pockets: 3
Insulation Details: 60 g Smartloft wool
Windproof: Yes
Product Technology: DWR
DWR tech

Durable Water Repellant
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) is a coating that is applied to fabrics which makes them water-resistant, or hydrophobic. A DWR finish doesn't interfere with breathability, which makes it perfect for adverse conditions in the backcountry.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from The answer i was looking for... I wear a tight skin layer with the PHD while climbing on shady N faces with temps in the 40s. Swapping leads on routes that are 5-10 pitches means getting hot while climbing then cold while belaying. This has proven to be a solution for keeping one "two layer" system on at all times. I unzip to my sternum while climbing for added venting. When still, I zip up to my chin and enjoy the insulating / wicking properties. If a breeze picks up the nylon outer does its job keeping the chill off and bring the hood up if I want to be really cozy. Not carrying a shell or hat in my summit bag is a plus. The zip pockets are sewn high which makes them accessible while wearing a harness. The sleeves are cut asymmetrically at the wrist providing coverage and wind seal at the back of my wrist while the shorter underside allows freedom of movement while handling gear. I sized to be snug leaving no gaps where cool air might circulate BUT I also have no restriction in movement because of the flexible vent fabric. I have not experienced any riding up or strain on the fabric. I chose a synthetic underlayer so its slippery sheen would glide on the inner fabric of the PHD to minimize binding / promote freedom of movement. So far, the outer fabric has held up well to the rigors of climbing in chimneys and prickly branches during approaches. The PHD is cut like a typical jacket at waist level. As a climber I have to tuck it under my harness which restricts movement and puts more bulk under my belt. I would love to customize mine to be shorter so it would ride above my belt. OMG - that would be awesome. Not sure how that would go considering how the zipper would need to be replaced and such.
Date published: 2016-02-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unfortunately they missed the mark on this one. I tried wearing the jacket just around the house when I first got it I noticed it to be really hot and clammy only under the areas covered by the fabric holding the smart loft material. I am not sure if its the material or the smart loft, but it didn't breathe. I tried it as casual wear on a very cold day and it performed well as it was too cold and dry to sweat I presume. I tried it on a short 2 mile skin and the lack of breathability was apparent. My under layer was soaking wet in the perfect shape of the smart loft patterns. On the back and under the arms where it was more breathable fabric I was totally dry. The jacket looks and feels great but something is off with the fabric, you sweat like plastic with very little effort. I do enjoy Smartwool's other products, the under layer I had on performed well as did my socks on the same day, however I think this was a poor fabric choice for an active garment. Not quite sure what to do with it now.
Date published: 2016-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Fast Favorite This jacket has become a fast favorite for me here in Steamboat because it is so comfortable temperature wise going up the mountain with just a long sleeve base layer and then I just need to add a 250 weight wool layer or a thin vest on the way down. No need to bring an additional coat anymore given the nylon shell where you would feel the wind on the way down. I've probably worn it around town 2.3 of the time since I got because I like it so much and it's comfortable out side and in my truck. This jacket has hit a real sweet spot for me for both active an casual use. Now I'm thinking about how to justify getting another one.
Date published: 2015-11-30
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Smartwool Men's Base Layers

SIZE Small Medium Large X-Large XX-Large
Chest 36 - 38" 39 - 41" 42 - 44" 45 - 48" 49 - 51"
Waist 29 - 31" 32 - 34" 35 - 37" 38 - 40" 41 - 44"
Hip 36 - 38" 39 - 41" 42 - 44" 45 - 48" 49 - 51"
Arm Length 31 - 32" 32 - 33" 33 - 34" 34 - 35" 35 - 36"
Inseam 29 - 30" 30 - 31" 31 - 32" 32 - 33" 33 - 34"

HOW to MEASURE
Chest: Measure under the arms, around the fullest part of the chest and back circumference.

Waist: Measure around the narrowest point, keeping tape a bit loose.

Hip: Measure around the fullest part of hip circumference, parallel to the floor.

Arm Length: With elbow bent slightly measure from center back of neck, across top of shoulder, to elbow and down to wrist bone.

Inseam: Measure along inside of leg from crotch to ankle bone.