Icebreaker Men's Rover Long Sleeve Hood
Traditional Style - premium fabric
I am an (old) surfer, and have worn hoodies since before they were cool. This hoodie is the bet of both worlds - traditional style but in a premium wool fabric. Real quality at a fair price!
30 January 2015
Super comfy hood!
This is a really comfortable and warm hood. It's constructed well and is breathable. Look nice as well.
15 December 2014
can't live without this
It's done the alps from north to south and east to west.
Colombia from the tropical plains to high plateau.
And England from London South bank to snowdonia.
The ultimate travel mid layer top keep cool or warm.
17 November 2014
Wish it was heavier but still enjoying it. Good for mild weather.
10 November 2014
I love the fact that merino is both warm and cool...
Fabulous top, I love Icebreaker merino products, even though they are expensive.
22 September 2014
Cool Breeze off shore
Just a short sleeve shirt and my Rover Hoodie are all I need to be comfortable sitting on the beach awaiting sun rise off Martha's Vinyard Oak Bluffs. Life is good
18 September 2014
If only I wasn't lanky
I sure wish Icebreaker would start making tall sizes. This hoodie is very nice, but a large is too short in the sleeves and an XL is too big in the body. For this reason I generally have to stick to short sleeve icebreaker. This was returned due to fit for me, but a nice kick-back and have a coffee hoodie.
13 September 2014
Great Casual Hoodie
Love this hoodie. I now have two.
I like it because it feels lighter in weight than a traditional thick cotton hoodie but is just as warm, if not warmer. The Merino wool is of good quality, is breathable and has not pilled at all. I can push the sleeves up and they will stay up, the cuffs have not lost any of their elasticity. The fit is roomier than other Ice Breaker products but is not baggy or over large. I am 5' 8", 165lb and a medium fits me well with a little room to spare.
I wear this for casual wear. I personally think it is too expensive to take on a hiking trail or camping. I would be concerned about snagging it on rocks or branches.
07 September 2014