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Swanndri Hudson Hoody , Red/Black Check
Swanndri Hudson Hoody , Red/Black Check
Swanndri Hudson Hoody , Red/Black Check
Swanndri Hudson Hoody , Red/Black Check
Swanndri Hudson Hoody , Red/Black Check
$ 279.95

Swanndri

Swanndri Hudson Hoody , Red/Black Check

You can have the outdoors everyday lifestyle with ease in your attractive Swanndri Men's Hudson Wool Hoody. Stay warm and comfortable with its 100% brushed cotton lined interior and 100% wool material. For a real taste of genuine New Zealand quality, Swanndri has a hundred year history of supplying hard working men and women with the outwear they need to enjoy nature in style and ease.

The Hudson Wool Zip Front Hoody comes with drawcords and deep zip side pockets and the signature globally recognised embroidered logo which means quality. For New Zealanders, Swanndri is your outdoor apparel shop when you want warm but non-bulky jackets and pullovers. This jacket helps keep the cold cutting wind away from your back so you can take on mother nature in her element.

  • 100% New Zealand Wool (400gsm)
  • 100% Brushed cotton lining
  • Heavy duty YKK front zip opening with internal zip guard that extends to the hood for total neck warmth
  • Concealed metal zip pockets at hip and left chest
  • Contoured hood with stretch cord toggle adjuster
  • Back pleats for extra room to move
  • Button opening cuff
  • Tailored two piece sleeve

    MEASUREMENTS IN INCHES

    Small: Neck 16-16.5 Chest 36-37.5

    Medium: Neck 16.5-17 Chest 38-39.5

    Large: Neck 17-17.5 Chest 40-41.5

    Extra Large: Neck 17.5-18 Chest 2-43.5 

     

    Since 1913 we've been living the outdoors every day. Every frostbitten, rain-soaked wintry morning. Every glorious, wish-it-would-never-end, summer's day. Our years of experience with fabrics and fibres means we know what works. Swanndri was the brainchild of William Broome, a tailor from New Plymouth, Taranaki, who, in 1913 saw the need for clothing that would keep outdoors men and women warm in the harsh New Zealand environment.The original short sleeved woollen overshirt evolved in 1927 with the addition of sleeves, a lace front and a hood, becoming the now iconic olive green ‘Swanny’. We still sell the same hard-wearing style today, almost 100 years later, to hunters, bushmen and stylish urban dwellers in all corners of the globe. Swanndri has evolved greatly over the years, and the brand has often been referred to by others as a Kiwi icon, having been featured on postage stamps, credit cards and even as an entire museum collection.

    Details: 

    • 100% New Zealand Wool (400gsm)
    • 100% Brushed cotton lining
    • Heavy duty YKK front zip opening with internal zip guard that extends to the hood for total neck warmth
    • Concealed metal zip pockets at hip and left chest
    • Contoured hood with stretch cord toggle adjuster
    • Back pleats for extra room to move
    • Button opening cuff
    • Tailored two piece sleeve


      Size Guide: 

      MEASUREMENTS IN INCHES

      Small: Neck 16-16.5 Chest 36-37.5

      Medium: Neck 16.5-17 Chest 38-39.5

      Large: Neck 17-17.5 Chest 40-41.5

      Extra Large: Neck 17.5-18 Chest 2-43.5 

       

      About Swanndri:

      Since 1913 we've been living the outdoors every day. Every frostbitten, rain-soaked wintry morning. Every glorious, wish-it-would-never-end, summer's day. Our years of experience with fabrics and fibres means we know what works. Swanndri was the brainchild of William Broome, a tailor from New Plymouth, Taranaki, who, in 1913 saw the need for clothing that would keep outdoors men and women warm in the harsh New Zealand environment.The original short sleeved woollen overshirt evolved in 1927 with the addition of sleeves, a lace front and a hood, becoming the now iconic olive green ‘Swanny’. We still sell the same hard-wearing style today, almost 100 years later, to hunters, bushmen and stylish urban dwellers in all corners of the globe. Swanndri has evolved greatly over the years, and the brand has often been referred to by others as a Kiwi icon, having been featured on postage stamps, credit cards and even as an entire museum collection.