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Houdini M's Power Houdi (+colors)
Houdini M's Power Houdi (+colors)
Houdini M's Power Houdi (+colors)
Houdini M's Power Houdi (+colors)
Houdini M's Power Houdi (+colors)
Houdini M's Power Houdi (+colors)
Houdini M's Power Houdi (+colors)
Houdini M's Power Houdi (+colors)
Houdini M's Power Houdi (+colors)
Houdini M's Power Houdi (+colors)
$ 250.00

Houdini

Houdini M's Power Houdi (+colors)

Once you put it on, it’s hard to take it off. The M's Power Houdi from Houdini is a fleece jacket with a high tight fitting hood and thumb loops. With a clean cut and simple design, the versatility of the Power Houdi is great. 

The goal of the Houdini design philosophy is not to be the latest news. It is to never become old. We always aim to design garments that by their quality, timeless style and functionality simply don’t need to be replaced. The Power Houdi was launched 15 years ago and has remained virtually unchanged since then.

The garment is made from Polartec Power Stretch Pro, which is by far the best fleece fabric we have ever encountered. It offers unparallelled comfort and is almost indestructible. The high collar and snug hood will provide extra comfort, and the extended sleeves with thumb loops will keep your hands warm in cold weather. Wear it underneath a shell jacket for skiing or hiking, take it out climbing or use it just on its own.

We might have to warn you, though. Many of our customers tell us they’ve become addicted to the Power Houdi, and we can only agree. The Power Houdi is one of those garments that become more than just an item in your wardrobe. It becomes a companion that will keep you warm for many years to come.

  • Excellent warmth-to-weight ratio
  • Durable face
  • Moisture wicking micro fleece inside
  • Shaped collar with zip garage
  • 2-way front zip
  • Extended sleeves with thumb loops
  • Hidden draw cord in bottom hem
  • Zippered side pockets
  • Inner stash pockets
  • Bluesign® approved fabric
  • Made in Latvia

Size Guide

All measurements are in centimeters and next-to-skin

Men Top XS S M L XL XXL
Chest 86 92 98 104 110 116
Waist 76 81 86 92 98 104
Sleevelenght from shoulder 61,5 63 64,5 66 67,5 69
Back width 10cm from neck 38,5 40,5 42,5 44,5 46,5 48,5
Seat 89 95 101 107 113

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Houdini was founded in 1993 when its founder, Lotta Giornofelice, discovered stretch-fleece during a skiing and climbing trip to New Zealand. Back then the material was largely unknown. Lotta started small-scale production of functional underwear, which quickly gained popularity among climbing circles.

The company gained attention, and not just for its clothing. The outdoor industry was, and still is, dominated largely by men. A small, irreverent company run by women left an immediate impression.

The company challenged the established norm again in the early 2000s when it began to produce base layers and insulated clothing. We introduced functional garments that did not look like functional garments. Not so strange, you are thinking. But back then, a fleece was supposed to be functional. Not attractive. We received a lot of negative feedback, that it would never work. Luckily, we understood our customers better than that.

Most recently we rocked the boat when our sustainability work reached the market. After years of negotiations with suppliers, we introduced our first products made from recycled polyester in 2007. These days sustainability is a central component in everything we do, and we have launched many environmental projects, including everything from eco-friendly stores and base layers made from left-over pieces of fabric to second-hand sales and shell garment rentals. Read more on our Sustainability page.

Today we offer a comprehensive selection of productions ranging from underwear to shell garments. “Maximum Experience. Zero Impact” is our vision. We want to help our customers get out into nature and experience fantastic moments. Without leaving behind any impact.

Description

The goal of the Houdini design philosophy is not to be the latest news. It is to never become old. We always aim to design garments that by their quality, timeless style and functionality simply don’t need to be replaced. The Power Houdi was launched 15 years ago and has remained virtually unchanged since then.

The garment is made from Polartec Power Stretch Pro, which is by far the best fleece fabric we have ever encountered. It offers unparallelled comfort and is almost indestructible. The high collar and snug hood will provide extra comfort, and the extended sleeves with thumb loops will keep your hands warm in cold weather. Wear it underneath a shell jacket for skiing or hiking, take it out climbing or use it just on its own.

We might have to warn you, though. Many of our customers tell us they’ve become addicted to the Power Houdi, and we can only agree. The Power Houdi is one of those garments that become more than just an item in your wardrobe. It becomes a companion that will keep you warm for many years to come.

Details

  • Excellent warmth-to-weight ratio
  • Durable face
  • Moisture wicking micro fleece inside
  • Shaped collar with zip garage
  • 2-way front zip
  • Extended sleeves with thumb loops
  • Hidden draw cord in bottom hem
  • Zippered side pockets
  • Inner stash pockets
  • Bluesign® approved fabric
  • Made in Latvia

Size Guide

All measurements are in centimeters and next-to-skin

Men Top XS S M L XL XXL
Chest 86 92 98 104 110 116
Waist 76 81 86 92 98 104
Sleevelenght from shoulder 61,5 63 64,5 66 67,5 69
Back width 10cm from neck 38,5 40,5 42,5 44,5 46,5 48,5
Seat 89 95 101 107 113

119

About Houdini

Houdini was founded in 1993 when its founder, Lotta Giornofelice, discovered stretch-fleece during a skiing and climbing trip to New Zealand. Back then the material was largely unknown. Lotta started small-scale production of functional underwear, which quickly gained popularity among climbing circles.

The company gained attention, and not just for its clothing. The outdoor industry was, and still is, dominated largely by men. A small, irreverent company run by women left an immediate impression.

The company challenged the established norm again in the early 2000s when it began to produce base layers and insulated clothing. We introduced functional garments that did not look like functional garments. Not so strange, you are thinking. But back then, a fleece was supposed to be functional. Not attractive. We received a lot of negative feedback, that it would never work. Luckily, we understood our customers better than that.

Most recently we rocked the boat when our sustainability work reached the market. After years of negotiations with suppliers, we introduced our first products made from recycled polyester in 2007. These days sustainability is a central component in everything we do, and we have launched many environmental projects, including everything from eco-friendly stores and base layers made from left-over pieces of fabric to second-hand sales and shell garment rentals. Read more on our Sustainability page.

Today we offer a comprehensive selection of productions ranging from underwear to shell garments. “Maximum Experience. Zero Impact” is our vision. We want to help our customers get out into nature and experience fantastic moments. Without leaving behind any impact.