Teton Bros. - Powerwool Lite Hood - Grey
- Polartec® Powerwooll® knitted Merino blend
- Waterproof breathable fabric technology
- Adjustable hood
- Mesh lined chest pocket
- YKK water resistant coil zips
- Teton Bros. mountain lion branding on sleeve
- Elacticated cuffs
- Available in grey
Teton Bros., the innovative outdoor technical brand from Japan was established in 2007 when founder Nori Suzuki, an accomplished Japanese mountaineer, created his own line of clothing using the inspiration he obtained when traveling around the Western U.S. The Teton Bros. logo is a mountain lion, the largest and most majestic of the cat species which roams the terrain around North America. The color palette is inspired from old Japanese kimonos.
The outerwear range is designed by Nori and Junko Suzuki and finds its roots from the backcountry of Niseko, Japan. The collection delivers fully functional Backcountry Skiwear wear for the outdoor enthusiast worldwide.
Teton Bros. Powerwool collection is designed to be worn during a cold morning when exercising or layered under a outer shell, the Powerwool Hoody provides superior warmth with fast-drying fabric, all in a ultralight package.
Using Polartec's Powerwool fabric we were able to design a top with better body temperature regulation and antimicrobial properties to keep odors away. The fabric is a blend of merino wool and polyester. The polyester is blended in for increase durability compared with 100 percent merino products.Placing the entry and vent zips directly over the warmest part of the body and increasing function with a large mesh-backed central pocket, this jacket's innovative design has earned it a high reputation in Japan.
Polartec® NeoShell® is the first fabric to combine the superior breathability, ventilation, and stretch of a soft shell with the waterproof performance of a hard shell delivering the best of both worlds. Combining protection from wet weather and unprecedented breathability through dynamic air exchange, NeoShell® dramatically improves the environment inside the garment.
Releasing excess heat directly through the fabric membrane reduces the need to manually adjust gear during activity. Shedding entire layers or relying on pit-zips to dump heat often leads to overexposure that can be avoided altogether through enhanced breathability.