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Outdoor Research
Deviator Hoodie - Women's

4.6 out of 5 stars
5 Reviews
$125.95 - $229.00
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Why We Like The Outdoor Research Deviator Hoodie

Whether we are using the Outdoor Research Deviator Hoodie as a layering piece or as an outer jacket we know we can trust in on high output outings. The lightweight synthetic never weighs us down while the stretchy and durable nylon face fabric allows us to move effortlessly to the mountains.


  • Lightweight insulated jacket designed for high output activity
  • Durable stretch nylon fabric handles run ins with sticks and rocks
  • Lightweight synthetic insulation traps heat and breathes well
  • Insulated hood traps heat and fights off cold winds with ease
  • Multiple pockets keep important items securely nearby
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Responsible Collection
Bluesign Approved
90% nylon, 10% spandex
100% synthetic
Center Back Length
zippered chest, 2 zippered hand
Claimed Weight
hiking, camping, all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, casual, travel, commuting
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 5 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

February 6, 2024

Amazing workable winter layer

I winter hike a lot in the white mountains of New Hampshire and I love this layer! It's perfect for ascents over my 300 weight wool shirt. I rarely sweat in it or need more than those 2 layers. If I do sweat it evaporates very quickly. It's very thin and lightweight however I barely need an additional layer in higher elevations. I have worn this in temps ranging from 10-30 degrees F. It's amazing. I love the windbreaker aspect of it bc it either surprise snows or you brush up against trees while hiking and don't get wet. You stay so warm with the fleece lining. Still can't believe how thin it is.

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3 out of 5 stars

December 20, 2023

Not a substitute for my beloved ascendant hoody

bought this hoody because my favorite clothing item the OR ascendant hoody has been discontinued and I'm on search for a replacement. This is not it. The sleeves feel both bulky and not insulating. AND The jacket must be worn with a vest as the back is non insulated. The fit is trimmer and less cozy/comfy than the ascendant and the zipper is chintzy itty bitty and a pain to use especially as compared to the ascendant. I still wear the jacket running with a vest over it but I certainly won't be buying a second one just in case...


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5 out of 5 stars

December 12, 2023


Great for all cooler temps. layer up and use in winter. great stretch and quick drying. True to size


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5 out of 5 stars

November 17, 2023


So versatile. I wear this in 50 degree weather over a t-shirt to hike, or in 10 degree weather over a baselayer to xc ski. It layers under a shell well too. Breathable, but cuts the wind when biking or skiing. The hood fits super well, alone or under a helmet. And my favorite part... a chest pocket!! Not enough women's jackets have them.


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5 out of 5 stars

November 2, 2023

Great jacket for cold temps

I've had this piece out for a couple of runs now, and I really like it. It's quite warm- I was a bit too warm today in 2°C sunny weather - but it sheds heat well, and I was glad to have the warmth when the sky clouded over. This will be a jacket that I break out at 0C or below, personally, but I run hot. Lots of pockets, which are nice. Very soft and comfortable; flattering fit without being restrictive. Fit true to size for me (5'9" 160lb.) Only things I would change: it would be great if there was a drawcord at the hem, both to snug it up in colder/windy conditions and to stop the contents of the pockets from bouncing as much; and I find the wrists aren't stretchy enough to pull over a watch without a bit of effort.


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