Men's Scrapper Hooded Jacket

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The tough-as-nails Cordura Nylon Hooded Scrapper Jacket fends off rips, sheds moisture and warms you with Thinsulate insulation that's trim ? never poofy. Only from Duluth Trading Company.

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4.1

(based on 8 reviews)

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4.0

Hoodie

By Slinger

from Oregon

Works great layered beneath a twill work coat because the material is light and moves freely enough. The high neck effectively retains heat that usually escapes through the average hoodie. The zipper does not tug at my beard :bonus points: and the peripheral adjusting hood capabilities help keep my head on a swivel in fast and potentially furious environments.

It is snug in the upper arms and pits even after exchanging for the next size up ~ 2XL; limited layering capacity beneath the Hooded Scrapper for men with 17 inch or better biceps

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5.0

Great jacket, thoughtful design.

By JQ the Rampman

from Homewood, IL

Pros

  • Easy OnOff
  • Elastic cuff
  • Great hood
  • Light Weight
  • Warm

Cons

    Best Uses

      Great new coat. Warm, light, and goes on over anything. Elastic cuffs allows you to wear short sleeves under, without arms freezing.

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      3.0

      Not quite what we were looking for

      By living in the cold country

      from New Mexico

      This jacket is a great wind breaker but it would take quite a few "layers" added to keep you warm at 5 to 20 degrees. It is hard to tell by the description in the catalog, but when it arrived in the mail it was obviously not what we thought we were buying and we had to send it back. It is well made but is only a windbreaker.

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      4.0

      So far, so good.

      By Swede

      from St. Peter, Minnesota

      Verified Buyer

      Since it's only November, it may be too early to tell, but January in Minnesota will be the test, and I'll hold back one star until after January. But so far, so good and would recommend to my friends.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      My husband LOVES his scrapper jacket

      By Awesome wife

      from Kennewick, WA

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Stays Looking Clean
      • Very warm but not bulky

      Cons

        Best Uses

          I bought the grey scrapper jacket with a hood for my husband for Christmas, but ended up giving it to him early. Since the day he got it, he's worn it every day. He even wears it fishing on cold mornings with just a t-shirt underneath and stays warm.

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          4.0

          Great Jacket

          By Phil

          from Milton, WA.

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Light Weight

          Cons

          • none

          Best Uses

          • Anytime
          • Anywhere

          It's A Practical Jacket

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          4.0

          Useful and not flashy.

          By Jack

          from Minnesota

          Pros

          • Good Hood
          • Warm

          Cons

          • No Size Small Available

          Best Uses

            I wanted a "dummy jacket," that is a jacket I could wear in cold weather without thinking. Everyone makes a black nylon jacket with 100g of synthetic insulation so I ordered a bunch and kept this one. Thinsulate (which this has) isn't as warm as some of the fancier poly fills, but it has a longer life span.

            A well designed hood cinches back to allow clear sight lines while driving. Other jackets I tried had voluminous hoods for ski helmets. This jacket's hood is big enough to have space, but not floppy. The cuffs have elastic that keeps most cold air out without a fancy closing piece like velcro. The exterior napoleon pocket I prefer to an interior one as it keeps my phone handy.

            Good with just a shirt down to 32, and wore it with a sweatshirt for dog walking at 12 degrees. Wouldn't go much below that without a fleece, but for everywhere but MN and ME and the mountains, it should pass as your only winter jacket.

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            4.0

            Just what I was looking for

            By Brian

            from Massachusetts

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy to put on
            • Good Looking
            • Insulated hood
            • Warm without weight

            Cons

              Best Uses

                I had been looking for a light weight but warm jacket that would be easy to pull on over a sweatshirt or fleece pullover. So many jackets these days have a fleese or flannel lining, especially in the sleeves, that make it difficult to pull on if you are already wearing similar material. In addition, many jackets are too short to cover the bottom of a pullover garment.

                The Scrapper jacket with it's satin lining and below the waist length really fills the bill.

                My only complaint is that it feels a touch tight in the shoulder area in my normal size (large).

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