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If only Hemp Hoodlamb made furry pants.
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- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I ordered this hoodie in brown. The smallest size available was large. As A 150lbs 5'11'' guy, This hoodie was HUGE on me. It also looked different in person compared to the picture. The quality and warmth of this hoodie is GREAT though, which is why i gave it good rating. Since it is so big on me, I'm not sure if i will keep it or send it back.
Fantastic Chicago jacket
After getting this jacket I found myself reaching for it in all types of Chicago weather. It's brilliant construction provides warmth for the core yet versatility to layer above and below. I've worn this jacket more than I ever thought I would. My only issue is the length, but I do have a really long torso.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I rated it high because it's well constructed, great materials, and warm, but it needs a lining on the sleeves. You can really feel the cold air blow on your arms.
came damaged, great product
love the coat but it came with a broken button. i glued the metal rivet button back together and it has held since, but doesnt make someone very happy when they open a new 200 dollar sweatshirt and the buttons are already falling off. almost returned it but the return was going to be an obvious hassle as they requested about 10 dollars up front to service the return. i didnt break the coat, you shipped it broken, you should deal with the costs associated with shipping defective products.
Love Hoodlamb, but not this hoody!
I recently purchased this hoody from Dogfunk and was extremely excited. I have owned multiple Hoodlamb jackets and other gear since they first came out on the market. They are known for great design and high quality materials. Unfortunately, the furry hoody has been an exception in my experience.
The hoody feels and looks great on, it is not bulky yet keeps you very warm. My first issue with this product is the quality of materials- the synthetic fur is nothing like the Hoodlamb jackets I own. It looks and feels cheaper- I imagine they have changed manufacturers recently. The more pressing issue is that the construction of the hoody is pretty weak, quite literally. Within a month or so of light wear- the hoody started falling apart at the seams- see pic. Thats about a 4" separation below the sleeve... This should not happen on a $200 hoody- at least not for a few years!
I tried to get a replacement from DogFunk and they no longer had the size/color I was looking for. I even went as far as contacting Hoodlamb directly and they were not much help. Hopefully Hoodlamb can get their manufacturing down as well as their customer service!
Gotta be the best hoody in the world
Every morning I wake up and put on this hoody (mine's chocolate). It is so furry, so sweet, so effing solid. I bike a couple miles to work in it down to 45 degrees F, and I often end up too hot. It's perfect...my helmet even fits over the hood.
About the design: fur lining doesn't go down the sleeves, which is good because they would be too bulky. Amazing fur-lined front pockets. Heck, even the stash pockets are lined with some nice old t-shirt-type fabric. Shoulder seams are totally solid and good lines.
The only quirk is that the back of the hoody is a bit short...seems like it's more fashionable to show off your butt that way. I'm 6' and 170lbs, and large is the perfect size for me.
The only thing I can't vouch for is durability. I want a $200 hoody to last forever, and I've only had this thing for a month, so we shall see. The other downside is that you would expect a $200 hoody not to be made in China. At this level of quality, though, I'll take it.