Limited Edition Nalgene Chinook Hoody
We have teamed up with Nalgene Outdoor to create a Cobranded Limited-Edition Chinook Hoody & Reusable Water Bottles to raise funds for The Nalgene Water Fund. The fund, founded in August 2019, supports domestic communities struggling with access to clean water by partnering with grassroots nonprofits to raise funds and awareness. The goal is to donate directly to these nonprofits to ensure all American communities have access to clean water.
Proudly made in the USA, both Nalgene Outdoor and Corbeaux are rooted in sustainability with a commitment to preserving and supporting natural resources to be enjoyed by all.
Why We Made This:
This is your new favorite hoody. The perfect hooded top for your pursuits in windy conditions and cooler weather, any time of year. Made from a peached recycled polyester fabric, this hoody breathes well, dries quickly and is incredibly soft and comfortable. The thin hood fits under and helmet and the high neck keeps the winds out. This great-looking hoody has a loose fit so you can layer our SILKweight products underneath, creating the best layering system on the market.
How We Use It:
Skiing, ski touring, trail running, mountain biking, backpacking, nights in the desert, traveling, après (duh).
- The full-coverage, thin hood fits under a helmet
- The hood is relaxed when down, and keeps the weather out when up
- Thumbholes for added warmth, coverage and assistance when layering
- Watch Window gives easy access to a watch, GPS, heart monitor, altimeter
- Custom trim around the hood & cuffs adds strength & durability to heavy use areas
- 🇺🇸 BUILT BY HAND IN SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA
- 🌞 NATURALLY OCCURRING UPF 50+ protects from UVA & UVB rays
- Brushed/peached finish adds softness
- 4-way stretch provides unrestricted movement
- Does not shrink or lose color with washing
- Impressive warmth-to-weight ratio
- 192 g/sm - lightweight & packable warmth
- 84% Recycled Polyester, 16% Spandex
- ♻️ BLUESIGN™️ APPROVED
- Energy Saving Yarn (ESY) reduces both carbon emissions and energy consumption by nearly 50%