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Callaghan Merino Hoody

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For cool days on the trail and late nights by the campfire, the Callaghan Merino Hoody is our never-leave-your-side 3-season favorite.

Features

Materials

  • Merino Wool Poly Blend (with a brushed backer for warmth)
  • 65% Polyester, 35% merino

Weight

  • 380g

Features

  • Fast dry, warm wool. 
  • An articulated pattern that works both on and off the bike. 
  • Front pockets for keeping hands warm off the bike 
  • Phone sleeve inside right front pocket
  • Low profile overlock seams
  • Under the helmet compatible hood

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It's all in the details.

Built for hitting the berms and brewing up a post-ride coffee, the Callaghan is patterned for the bike and the après-trail hang out with a relaxed fit that smoothly transitions from ride to recovery. 

Made with soft, comforting merino on the inside and trail-resistant polyester on the out, the Callaghan’s dual-fabric construction balances your temperature whether you’re working hard on the bars, or sitting back to enjoy the descent. And thanks to the legendary anti-odor properties of merino, you can ride and repeat without fear of upsetting your bunkmate during extended trips away.

Trimmed with an easy pull full-length zipper, the Callaghan includes dual front pockets, one of which is finished with an internal phone security sleeve to prevent cellular slip-outs.

 An under-the-helmet compatible hood completes the top.

DWR

DWR

Durable Water Repellency (DWR) refers to chemical treatments applied to fabrics to increase their resistance to water absorption. DWR chemical penetrates into the fibers and binds there, protecting the textile so that water beads and rolls off the outer layer rather than being absorbed. This helps keep fabric surfaces dry and clean, which in turn allows fabrics to main their waterproof and breathable characteristics. Significant changes to DWR chemistry are currently being developed, with reputable manufacturers and brands phasing out the use of “C8” based DWR treatments that may have negative environmental impacts. 7mesh works with vendors to ensure we use the best DWR treatments available; our fabrics do not use any C8-based DWRs.