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Looking for a zip hoody that reaches to under my butt..

greatfire

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Hi,

I don't like those waist length zip hoodies. I am looking for one that fits like this:

Where can I find these?

TIA!

6'1"
160 lbs
40L, for suits.
 

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A large size hoodie will do that..hell even a medium may. They won't fit slim though.

What is the length from your neck to under your belt?
 

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Yea, I'm not (too) worried about having a zip hoody fit slim.

26-29", measuring from the collar of the shirt I have on, to the butt area.
 

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Try somewhere that sells tall sizes like Gap, Eddie Bauer or Lands End.
 

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hoodies from companies that make clothing for use in hiking, backpacking, etc. tend to be cut longer for functional purposes (warmth). i have this one in the non-zip version and it covers probably 3/4 of my butt. granted i am also a few inches shorter than you.

http://www.arcteryx.com/product.aspx?Covert-Hoody#

-Jeff
 

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What do you think of these?











Is that jacket warm/stylish/instyle/trendy/whatever? I'm thinking about getting it (its like $80.00).
 

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I like the toggle hoodie - it looks like a direct blast off the Trovata Defarkas hoodie. And the blue hoodie is just that - nothing special, but nothing offensive either. The M65 looks cheap. If you are going to get an M65, either get a real one, or a good version (they will not be cheap). The brown quarter zip sweater is okay, but the collar *will* fall funny. I can tell from that picture alone that the collar is too heavy to stand up well. The blue sweater is just sort of meh.
 

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Originally Posted by LA Guy
I like the toggle hoodie - it looks like a direct blast off the Trovata Defarkas hoodie. And the blue hoodie is just that - nothing special, but nothing offensive either. The M65 looks cheap. If you are going to get an M65, either get a real one, or a good version (they will not be cheap). The brown quarter zip sweater is okay, but the collar *will* fall funny. I can tell from that picture alone that the collar is too heavy to stand up well. The blue sweater is just sort of meh.
thanks


Will keep looking.
 

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