Make the best of frosty days.
Early morning trail runs can be pretty cold when the seasons change, but that doesn't mean you have to stop working up a sweat out there. Houdini's Wooler Houdi Fleece Jacket works wonders for staying warm and dry. Merino wool fabric helps regulate your temperature and naturally wicks sweat. Don't let the weather send you running back inside.
- A highly efficient fleece to keep you warm long after the turn of the season
- High zip neck provides extra coverage for cold days
- Merino wool fabric naturally fights stank and sogginess
- Item #HOU003K
What do you think about this product?
November 1, 2019
Quality as Expected
Houdini is my go-to source for everyday comforts and this jacket is no exception. I'm 6'4 with a 35in arm and these sleeves are perfect in a large. The Polar Fleece insulation punches well above its weight and is extremely stretchy. The face fabric is always comfortable. Branding is less in your face than the competition. I love this jacket.
Bo Mykal Buchanan
March 1, 2019
Amazing Merino Hoodie
This is one of my favorite hoodies for everyday wear. The fit is snug, which makes it good for layering. The brand's sustainability is a big pro too.
February 2, 2019
This is one of my favorite hoodies - the other ones are also from the same brand. I have had it for more than one year, used it for traveling, as a second layer for snowboarding in 0F conditions, for hiking with a t-shirt in above freezing temperatures, and it still looks pretty much new. Regarding the sizing: it is a Swedish brand, and the sizing is also Swedish, meaning it is longer and slimmer than most American brands. So, it is True to size, if you know what to expect. :)
December 9, 2018
Tight around the armpit area
Got this for my brother in-law. Pretty good overall fit for him. Great for any casual occasion on a cool day. Two minor negatives. Fit around the arm pit is slightly snug and length a bit too long. Makes the zipper bunch up when you're sitting down. He's 5'9" 165-170lbs.
November 6, 2017
First Experience with Merino Wool
Update after a few months- I've noticed that because of the odd dimensions, it also slightly rides up in the armpits, which can be mildly irratating. Because of the short sleeves, and the rather loose sleeves around the wrists, it doesn't layer all that well, with the sleeves getting stuck around the elbow while under another jacket, and working themselves up the forearm after being pulled down. . Perhaps it's just the nature of a 100% wool, or perhaps it's my significant collection of perfectly fitted Arc'teryx jackets which I'm unfairly comparing it to, either way it's lacking just a little bit. It's still a lovely jacket, but needs a little bit of resizing before it can layer properly / earn a full 5 stars. I managed to snag this jacket while it was on sale, and am quite pleased. This is my first experience with Merino Wool, and I'm quite taken with it. Jacket specific details- It is slim, without being uncomfortably snug. I'm 5'10 Bah, went to edit and it deleted most my review. 2 cons- zipper is slightly too long for the jacket, causing bunching of the zipper that is annoying. The photo shows this effect, and it is only amplified when sitting. When fully zipped, I can feel the pressure from the zipper on my chest, which is annoying. -The sleeves are just an inch too short for my tastes, and a bit too big. I have skinny wrists, and these are slightly too big. The length reminds me of jackets I've recently grown out of, being just a bit too short, not quite reaching the wrist bones. I prefer sleeves to come to the bottom of the hand.