Outdoor Research Women's Deviator Hoody
|Price:||$139.99 - $189.00|
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- Shell 1: 100% Nylon; Shell 2: 84% Polyester, 16% Elastane; Lining: 100% Polyester
- Thumb Loops
- Polygene Active Odor Control
- Quick Drying
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Combining cutting-edge fabric and insulation technologies with our Hybrid-Mapped construction ensures the lightly insulated Deviator Hoody provides the perfect amount of air permeability and warmth where each is needed most. State-of-the-art Polartec Alpha insulation dries quickly, retains warmth and circulates airflow for incredible breathability, and Polartec Power Dry High Efficiency in the hood, sleeves and back panel wicks moisture to the outside of the fabric, letting it evaporate and keeping you comfortable.
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I bought this after reading a summary of the best running jackets from Runner's World. Great jacket!
The sizing on OR's website is accurate, so if you match up with those, this hoody should fit you 'fitted' - it won't be tight, and you can move your arms comfortably, it doesn't ride up, looks nice around your backside, etc, but it is close to your body.
And, keep in mind this is a hoody, not a jacket. To me, the style (which i love, and looks awesome in person!!) gives the illusion of a jacket (meaning you would have a layer of your choosing underneath) - but, layers underneath would be limited (tanks, tight running shirt, etc) due to fitted nature of the hoody. Also, the texture of the inside of the arms feels great against your skin, but would tend to stick to many long sleeve shirts as others have noted. If you are looking for the jacket 'look' I think most would need to go up one size.
for reference, my hip measurement is about 2" larger than the medium is listed on OR's website (I purchased the medium knowing this), and I consider the fit to be borderline snug (not compression fit or anything like that!! ;) ) vs. fitted. A tank top or light running shirt would be as much as I would have underneath. So if you are on the border of sizes, that might help to understand how much leeway you have in at least that measurement.
Also, I agree with another post that mentions a bottom middle zip would be nice...but no deal breaker...and those with larger hips should consider up-sizing. all in all a great looking performance hoody!!