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Friday, 31 July 2020 10:11

The Langland Technical Hoodie Is More Than Just Another Fishing Hoodie

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Gill has become one of the top brands in fishing apparel and they show no signs of slowing down. 
A while back we checked out their stylish Overton shirt, but they also have something special for anglers in search of a comfortable hoodie. It's called the Langland Technical Hoodie and according to Gill, it's not just another fishing hoodie.
 
The Langland Technical Hoodie was designed to be head and shoulders above the typical garments that you wear for comfort out on the water. Gill considered all the details for this hoodie and made sure that it is going to be a firm favorite among anglers. First off, they used their exclusive Xpel outer fabric application. This is just one of the things that transform their hoodie from a common lifestyle product into something perfect for fishing. Unlike typical hoodies, the Langland Technical Hoodie features durability and water-resistance that is fully effective to 30 cycles through the washer. What's more, it continues to be effective even at 50 washes.
 
Xpel is useful for more than just water-resistance as it also offers robust stain protection. Nothing ruins a good hoodie faster than fish slime, blood, and guts, so it's great not to have to worry about these with this garment. Stains can simply be washed straight off the hoodie with water. Since the hoodie makes use of plant-based technology no harmful chemicals are used during the manufacturing process.
 
Of course, none of this would matter if the hoodie wasn't comfortable, but thankfully it more than delivers in this regard. The fabric is 95% polyester and 5% elastane while the brushed back fleece is not only soft but also has a little stretch for comfort. A big risk with ordinary hoodies is the drawcords that can get caught on the fishing line and other stuff. With this hoodie, the drawcords for the adjustable hood are positioned inside, so it can be tucked away with ease. They also feature heat applied eyelets to enhance durability and resist fraying. The hoodie also has offset seams over the shoulders, which is great for overall fit and comfort while also allowing greater freedom of movement. A generously sized kangaroo pocket in the front gives you room to warm your hands between bites and since it has a secured internal zipper pocket you can also keep your essentials safe. Finally, it has integrated thumb-loops in the cuffs to keep the sleeves in place while you are active.
 
Sizes for the Langland Technical Hoodie ranges from XS to 4XL and the MSRP is USD 70.
 
Naomi Bolton

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