Why We Like The Hummvee Waterproof Hooded Jacket
We're always excited for a post-work ride, and even if the rain sets in we're prepared with Endura's Hummvee Waterproof Hooded Jacket. It's a super versatile jacket that can face everything from dainty drizzles to sideways hail. Textured waterproof, breathable, 2-layer fabric keeps us dry when the weather is anything but, and the addition of a mesh dropped liner brings together performance and comfort for excelling on the trails.
- When the weather turns for the worst we pull out the Hummvee
- Waterproof, breathable with a 2-layer fabric construction
- Ventilation from zipped underarm vents that keep us cool
- Hood with concealed adjustment for versatility
- Zipped chest and front hand warmer pockets
- Reflective trim keeps us visible in low-light conditions
- Item #EDAZ02V
- Waterproof Rating
- fall, spring
- underarm zips
- 2 hand warmers. 1 zippered chest
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
- enduro, trail
5 based on 1 ratings
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September 24, 2021
- I returned this product before using it
9/20/21. This is just my initial impression, but I think this is a really well made jacket. It's not nearly as heavy as I thought it would be. The only strange thing is that it is very narrow across the underarms. I measure 41 inches around the chest and based on the size chart I should be in a large. The large is just too tight and pinches when I cross my arms. I'm going to return it and get an XL. Hopefully it isn't too big everywhere else. 9/24/21. I decided to order an XL and keep the size that fit best. The XL definitely fits best and it fits like most brand's Large. For example, the Endura XL fits like my North Face Large. For clarity purposes, I am 5'10" tall, 175 lbs, with a 32" waist, and 41" chest. I am fit, but not heavily muscled. I mostly mountain bike and trail run, but I do lift free weights 2x per week. I hope this helps others find the right size. I'm really looking forward to riding this winter in my new jacket. Cheers!
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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