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Men's Porcupine Hooded Pullover

Lightweight performance pullover

Our Performance Pullovers are designed for activities where breath-ability and range of motion are most critical. Whether running, skinning up for fresh tracks, or just shoveling the driveway after a big snow, these fully insulated layers feature breathable fabrics with PrimaLoft® Gold active stretch insulation where you need venting and movement the most. The Porcupine is a hooded style.
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Specs + Sizing


Size Medium Jacket Weight: 11oz / 312g

Elastic-bound hood moves with you for optimal visibility and weather proofing 

Designed for high-aerobic activity in cold temperatures.

Stretch fabric panel with stretch insulation provides maximum freedom of movement

Lightweight and trim fit for layering.

Anorak style with deep center front zipper for easy on and off and less weight and bulk of a full zipper

Center front zipper includes insulated interior no-draft flap and a zipper garage at chin

Fully insulated piece with windproof front panel and breathable stretch back panel for warmth and venting.

Features YKK Vislon zippers with textured zipper pullers for ease of use with gloves

Stealth, no-draft thumb holes make layering easy and eliminate the gap between sleeve and glove

Snug elastic bound cuffs for excellent mobility and warmth

Adjustable drawcord hem seals out wind

Chest pocket doubles as a stuff sack

Construction + Materials

PrimaLoft® Gold Active insulation 

Ultralight random rip-stop nylon shell is wind and water resistant with high tear strength and abrasion resistance

Lightweight nylon stretch side and back panels

Lightweight breathable lining


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What’s in a Name?

Porcupine Lake is a small lake located 11 miles north of Steamboat and accessed from the Mad Creek Trail. Adjacent to Horse Thief Park where ranchers grazed their herds, Porcupine Ridge was so named because the cattle often came for water with porcupine quills in their faces. Whether you're up for a day-hike, fly-fishing adventure or setting off on a multi-day backpacking trip, there's sure to be ample trout in this first of many lakes on the way to the Continental Divide Trail.