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Recently updated the New v.2 PC Pullover is the "go to" for Outdoor Commuters, Loungers and Riders.
Facemask has a built in draw string that cinches down over the bridge of the nose to keep the cold off the face and neck line.
Pocket is built into, rather than patched on, the garment and features a button hole for passing your headphones wire through.
Hood has loops to hold your earbuds when not in ear.
Ergonomic 3 piece hood fits over a helmet.
Mesh gusseted underarm that help regulate temperature and can let in cool air when desired.
Reinforced shoulder and elbow.
Elastic inner cuff with thumb hole.
Made in the Los Angeles.
size note. all colors of hoodies besides black are pre-shrunk and run small. All Black hoodies are not.
Posted by Colabo on 16th Feb 2016
I've worn my V2 PC Hoodie for Snowboarding, Skating, Biking and Hiking. A few times my choice of gear was planned due to the elements and a few times is was not. I was always grateful when my hoodie came through & saved my ass when the weather was not in my favor. Had it been a regular hoodie I would've been sadly disappointed and my ride would've been much less enjoyable. Thanks PC. Keep up the good work!
Posted by Jason on 10th Jan 2016
I needed a hoodie for skydiving in colder weather. This fits the bill perfectly. The face mask keeps my face warm and the extra thumb holes helps keep my hands warm when I can't wear gloves. Material is very warm and comfy.
I should be picking up another for everyday use soon.
Posted by JeffV on 8th Jan 2016
Is this shirt great quality? Yes. Does it fit well? Will it hold up to abuse better than most? Yes, yes. But above all, this sweatshirt is ungodly warm. The face mask allows you to breath your own air. It keeps your breath moist and warm when battling the cold, dry winter, and is oddly and awesomely one of the best ways to warm up, allowing you to recycle the warmth you create!
The sleeve cuffs go around the thumb to keep the sleeves down and keep cold air out of the sleeves, and the elastic at the bottom is nice and tight and will do the same. You can skate in the dead of winter in this thing and you will be warm. If you fall, you have a little extra padding on the shoulders and elbows, and the thick material is less likely to shred than most. That said, if it's cold enough for a jacket, you can wear this, and you're probably better off shredding this up a bit than a more expensive coat. I got a little hole in mine from one especially bad fall, but it has definitely held its own against abuse in my experience.