Arc'teryx Covert Hoodie Fleece Jacket

Priced: $198.95 - $199.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 16 reviews.
Arc'teryx Covert Hoodie Fleece Jacket
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The Arc'teryx Covert Hoodie men's fleece jacket provides everyday styling with the comfort of plush, breathable, quick-drying fleece. Wear it around town, camping and hiking.

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Fabric:

  • Polartec® Thermal Pro® sweater-knit polyester fleece boosts thermal performance
  • Durable, color-contrasted binding on hem, cuffs and hood

Hood:

  • Soft Polartec hood keeps your ears and head warm when the temperature falls

Zippers:

  • Full front zip makes it easy to get in and out of

Sleeves:

  • Two hand pockets keep your hands warm, laminated sleeve pocket keeps your ID safe
  • Two laminated hand pockets and 1 sleeve pocket with glued-in zippers

Features:

  • No-lift gusseted underarms prevent the sweater from riding up when you lift your arms
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The Arc’teryx Covert Cardigan Full-Zip Sweater keeps you warm by itself on chilly days and can be used as a mid-layer when the mercury really takes a dive. This highly breathable fleece sweater sports more sophisticated styling than your average fleece or sweatshirt, so it can be worn anytime.
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Activity:Multisport
Back length:Hip-length
Back length (in.):27.75 inches
Fabric:Polartec Thermal Pro polyester fleece
Hood:Yes
Insulated:No
Weight:1 lb. 2 oz.
Windproof:No
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Arc'teryx Covert Hoodie Fleece Jacket Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I used to think that Arcteryx was "unjustifiably overpriced". Then I began to test gear as a hobby- mainly as an offshoot of my hobby,earth science, with a specialization in catastrophic geology.Now I have pro deals with most of the major manufacturers, so I'm exposed to a LOT of gear....I soon realized that Arcteryx is SERIOUS gear- the kind you can trust your life to in a serious (survival) situation, or miles from nowhere when things go inexplicably wrong. I have several pieces of Arcteryx-including this one, a Dually parks, a Fission-SV parka, etc., as well as lots of other gear. Too much, in fact. This piece is like every other Arcteryx I own: superb fit and finish,no-compromise materials,and incredibly well thought out. (I have come to believe that people who design and sell gear should have to use it :))YES,ARCTERYX IS EXPENSIVE....sure, if you have lots of disposable income, you can buy it just to "wear around", or to be seen sporting the cute little Archaeopteryx logo LOL.. It's all good. But the bottom line is that it's a piece of gear you can stake your life on. If you're a serious backcountry traveler (or a soldier, or an SAR worker, or a scientist on expedition) who needs to depend on their gear when the chips are down, Arcteryx is worth what you pay for it. Just my two cents.

steven w. vance at Backcountry.com on 12/23/2009

I got this on sale for about 2/3rds off -- would never pay full price for this piece. 6'4", 200 lbs, XL fits very nice -- good sleeve length and a little bit fitted in the body.
Not a technical piece at all, it has a very loose knit to it. If you hold it up, you can see light through weave, so it is not windproof in the least.
I wouldn't bother taking it out in the backwoods; it is just not technical enough to fill any niche. I would choose a patagonia R2 or something similar to at least get some wind/water resistance. The covert would just be added weight. I use this more for just kicking around town or the house on cool, windless days.
I guess if you gotta have the name and can get one on sale, great....but I wouldn't expect the covert to do too much.

elt3102312 at Backcountry.com on 10/26/2009

I use this ArcTyex Covert Hooded Fleece every day. The temps in Durango,Co, this past few months have been from 10-40 degrees. If the wind isnt blowing & you are shoveling snow its perfect. if it's snowing or windy, just add a shell. I use it with a ArcTyrex Sidewinder SV & have no problems with overheating or sweating. I am 6'- 190 & ALL the large ArcTyrex fit the same. Extreme High quality, durable finish.

jeff in Durango,CO. at Backcountry.com on 12/20/2009

Just thick enough for this time of the year! It is a great weight for everything and it breaths very nicely. It is a slim fit but I am a big fan of the cut, I am athletic build and it works for me. I have also dried it on occation when my wife does the laundry and it didn't shrink! :)

Paul Buchanan at Backcountry.com on 06/06/2011

I like the Covert. Been carrying one around for a cozy fleece for a few years now, since 2007. It is warm, but not at all wind proof. Best used under another layer, for that reason I think there are better aAcr'teryx fleeces out there. Put your $200 towards a Hyllus or a Gamma MX that will be much more versatile.

Andrew Swindle at Backcountry.com on 12/15/2012

This hoodie is great although it's price tag might be a little steep I found it for like 65% off on S&C. I am a big guy and it fits well and is not overly tight like some Arc'teryx stuff can be, very comfy and looks kinda dressy as well.

Mark Berninger at Backcountry.com on 10/13/2009

This is really not an outwear piece - but is great for lounging around in the winter. Don't expect it to protect you from the wind. Go with the Gamma softshell if you really want a technical outwear jacket.

Patrick Newman at Backcountry.com on 11/07/2008

I've had a chance to use it and I'm completly satisfied with the fit and looks. The sizing is dead on. If your looking for a base or just going out you won't do wrong with this one.

cuboardn2029098 at Backcountry.com on 09/18/2009

this ROCKS, i have used it in the snow and on the street. the is one of the most versatile jackets i own. totally love it!

Gabe Westheimer at Backcountry.com on 11/03/2008

Great casual sweater for cool weather! Super soft outer feel. Usual Arcteryz quality and finish. Not wind or water proof, but a great mid-layer!

trail.oldtimer at Backcountry.com on 04/13/2009

Negative Reviews:

Have had this hoody for just over a year, so I feel like i have experience to review on durability. It's really not that great... The sleeves are pilling horribly; the stitching is also coming loose on the bottom of the sleeves. If you want to wear a technical brand for sitting on the couch and looking cool walking around town: go for it. Anything else: save 200 bucks.

Nathan Page at Backcountry.com on 12/28/2010

Super thin , compared to other fleece's around this price. HUGE HUGE fan of Arc'teryx, but they need to describe this a little better, so you don't feel ripped off when you get it home. Bought the Fugitive hoody also, thicker and warmer for cheaper.. Not really sure why this one is so pricey !!!

b wake at Backcountry.com on 02/02/2010

Neutral Reviews:

This is a high quality, comfortable, hoody for casual wear. Good for Fall & Spring weather as a casual sweater around town. I'm 6'4" and 185 Ibs with an athletic build and a large fits me pretty well. I wish my sleeves were about an inch longer but they're not bad. When I first got this hoody I was a bit disappointed. It's quite thin and seemed like a regular cotton hoody but with a better look and fit. After wearing it for a few days in SLC's January weather I began to notice how warm it really was. It offers little wind protection and minimal protection from precipitation but is about 2 to 3 times as warm as a cotton hoody. The two front pocket are nice and decently insulated. The arm pocket is so small it can't even hold my IPhone but it does look cool. I also wore this as a layer above a Smartwool Micro weight base layer and below my Marmot Exum hard shell in the Wasatch Mountains on a partly cloudy day with temps in the 20's and I was fairly comfortable as long as I kept moving. Lastly, the $200 price tag is way too much. I paid $120 for mine and I think it was a little too steep. A reasonable price is between $70-$100. If you get it for that much you'll be happy.

Mountain Goat Man! at Backcountry.com on 01/29/2009

Straight up, this is a warm hoodie. beats the pants off of cotton or polyester. THAT BEING SAID!!!! i would not pay full price for this, and i did not. if you want a warm hoodie for the same price, go with merino wool, or a yummy fleece. when i think that this jacket is a comparable price to the Ibex softshell or the Colombia R2 series, i cry a little on the inside. if you have the kind of money to spend this on a hoody, spend it on a Westcomb arcane softshell, or a better fabric hoody. Polartec is not a new material, and better ones exist. if you can get this hoody for cheap, however, do it. its the best casual hoody ive ever had, but casual hoodies shouldent hit above the 60 dollar range to begin with.

sky bosworth at Backcountry.com on 12/09/2008

I am 6'0 /180lbs athletic/runner build, the Covert is too short for me. The sleeves are about 1 to 1 1/2 inches too short and the waist falls right at the the belt line....dont raise your arms. If this item were to shrink in the wash, it would be unwearable.
Based on the measurements of the XL it is going to be very large in the body for me.
I have an Arc'teryx Gamma jacket in large and it fits perfectly. The Covert apparently is not cut to the same sizes as their jackets.

James Blanton at Backcountry.com on 01/12/2012

This a nice shirt with a great feel, but too pricy for what it does or is supposed to do, which is to act as mid-layer. However using it as midlayer gets you in battle with the hood! It looks great for casual wear, but if you intend to use it under a shell etc. get the one with out a hood, or spend you dough on a sweater meant for casual wearing or with a hood designed to layer..! You can get both for the price of this one..

Claus Arnholst Christensen at Backcountry.com on 05/24/2009