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The combination works wonderfully, keeping our core warm with Polartec Alpha Insulation while letting our back and armpits blast all the heat away. This can feel a little on the chilly side if you're not moving, but while skinning or hiking up a steep hill with a backpack on, our testers were pleased with their not-too-hot, not-too-cold temperatures. This jacket is comfortable enough to sleep in, and we feel it could be the ultimate backcountry mid layer.
As far as pure warmth goes, you'll need to have a warmer jacket on deck to put over the Deviator. It's sized tight for thermal efficiency and layering, so you don't want to wear anything thicker than a t-shirt or light base layer underneath. This jacket wasn't a tester favorite for around town due to its sleek techy look.
Outdoor Research Deviator Hoody. While not as warm as the original R1, the Techface is more breathable and more weather resistant; in fact, we could stand in the rain with this fleece jacket and stay dry thanks to the DWR finish and the brimmed hood. If you're looking for a dedicated cozy mid-layer, do not apply, but a for a lightly insulated wind layer for climbing on breezy days, the Techface nails it. The hood is sized to fit over a helmet, and the whole jacket accommodates warmer mid layers easily underneath.
We think this fleece looks pretty slick, and the black model we tested looked great with everything we paired it with. The Techface is right at home everywhere from windy summits to the bar.
Read review Patagonia R1 Techface Hoody. The Arc'teryx Fortrez Hoody attempts to be a two-in-one option for windy or drizzly weather where you're still wearing your fleece as an outer layer. Made with Polartec Power Stretch with Hardface Technology, it does a great job of shedding a light mist while also cutting down on the wind.
This is particularly noticeable compared to the gridded fleeces like the R1 that let the wind rip right through you. The coolest feature is its balaclava though; it's attached to the hood and can be worn across your face, as a neckwarmer, or tucked behind your head if you don't care for it at certain times.
The "hard face" on the exterior does keep a little more of your moisture in, making it less breathable than a gridded option. The Fortrez is lightweight, but not that warm overall - it's a layer for moving in and not keeping you warm at camp at night.
But if you're ice climbing on a "drippy" day with a cool breeze blowing? The Fortrez Hoody will keep you warm and dry! Staying warm and comfortable is the name of the game when it comes to shopping for a fleece jacket. But, you'll also want to consider how breathable the layer is and if it offers any wind or water protection, depending on the environment you plan to use it in. And if you're planning a "fast and light" mission or a long thru-hike, then the weight is also an important factor.
So, before you make a random purchase based on whatever color or design catches your eye, you should first carefully consider why you are buying a fleece jacket, what activities you'll most likely use it for, and what type of weather conditions you'll be using it in. There are many different outdoor activities where a fleece jacket comes in handy: But the fleece jacket you wear on a winter run is not the same layer that's going to keep you warm around the campfire.
We've broken the different categories down below to help you better understand what different types are out there and what their best uses are. We rated each fleece on its warmth, comfort, breathability, layering ability, weather resistance, weight, and style, all of which we discuss in detail in the remainder of this article and each review.
Purchasing a fleece jacket often involves a series of tradeoffs: While a bigger price tag doesn't always correlate to better performance, the more expensive models typically have newer materials in them that are lighter and more breathable while still providing warmth.
If you can dish out a ton of cash on your next purchase but want something better than the simple fleece pile models of old, check out our Value chart below. We've placed the overall scores of each one against their price to help you visualize which are a good deal, and which are a little overpriced.
Little has changed about the R1 over the last couple of years, but it continues to be a tester favorite, not because of new technologies, but because of solid, thoughtful design. The length of the hem, the snugness of the hood, even the position of the thumb loops, are all little details that seem to work for the most people. We include this chart in all of our reviews to help you make the best choice for your budget. Warmth is one of the key things to consider when buying a fleece jacket.
The purpose of this layer is to help trap and retain our body heat on cold days, and the warmth rating that we've given each model counts as 25 percent of their overall score.
The warmth is determined by the thickness of the material thicker is usually warmer , but many other features can add or detract from it.
Elastic cuffs, drawstring hems and tighter weaves that help block the wind all add up to additional warmth points. We should add though that sometimes a model can be too warm, particularly if you are using your fleece jacket as an active layer.
What we are mostly looking for is something that keeps us warm while hiking, climbing, or ski touring, without being too stifling. The warmest model that we tested was The North Face Denali 2. The model that we tested did not have a hood, but in the Denali's case did not make much of a difference. If you need a warm and toasty outer jacket and prefer fleece to a synthetic or down jacket, then this is the one for you.
However, it was also the heaviest and bulkiest model we tested and did not perform well during periods of active use.
The Patagonia R1 Hoody is made of a thinner material than the Denali , but the addition of a hood left us feeling almost as warm and indeed more protected from the elements on windy days. The Patagonia R1 Hoody also sports a hood, and while it is made of a much thinner fleece, that feature helped bump it up in the warmth ratings. The super light Deviator Hoody refuses to be categorized, combining a Polartec Alpha Insulated chest and shoulder with a fleece back and arms.
The result is a superlight "fleece" that can keep your core warmer while still being very breathable. In addition to hoods, a snug hem can make a difference for warmth. The Arc'teryx Fortrez Hoody had a unique hood with a built-in neck gaiter that helped keep us warm up top, but the loose bottom hem with no cinch cord let cold winds rip right up the jacket.
Elastic cuffs, like those on the Arc'teryx Kyanite Hoody , also help trap in the warmth. Finally, hand warmer pockets are another addition that helps keep you warm when your hands start to freeze over. Either way, pockets will help keep your hands warm at a moment's notice, and every model that we tested except the Patagonia R1 Hoody and the Black Diamond CoEfficient Hoody , and the Synchilla Snap-T had them. The Outdoor Research Deviator Hoody has cozy hand warmer pockets without zippers.
The lack of zippers keeps the jacket light and comfy, but make sure you store anything significant in the zippered chest pocket. Fleece is by nature a soft material, and it typically makes for very comfortable jackets.
While all of the different models that we tested were made with materials that were quite comfortable, some stood out from the rest. The soft textured micro-fleece lining on the Arc'teryx Kyanite Hoody also had a cozy and soft texture, particularly compared to The North Face models which are made with a scratchier and harsher fabric that was quite noticeable and much less cozy.
However, comfort is not only differentiated by texture, but also by the fit. Finding the right model for your body type is part of the solution, but where the manufacturers choose to place seams, cuffs and zippers also plays a role. Ease of movement is another important factor when considering comfort.
When you put on a fleece, how does it feel when you twist, turn, or reach above your head. Do you feel restricted? Does the jacket ride up when you lift your arms above your head and expose your vulnerable flesh to the cold? Ease of movement mostly dictated by the fit or cut of the jacket. Some folks will want a jacket to fit loose like the Patagonia Synchilla Snap T , while others will prefer a tighter fit like the Outdoor Research Deviator Hoody for layering.
When it came to fit, the Arc'teryx Kyanite Hoody was a little short for the torsos of most of our testers. A shortcut is problematic because shorter jackets tend to ride up over a climbing harness or a waist belt on a backpack.
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