LALO Tech Hoodie $65.00
Is the LALO Tech Hoodie warm? God yes, I wouldn’t recommend anything higher than 50 degrees for this chic and functional hoodie.
I can’t say enough how aesthetically pleasing this hoodie is. From the moment I put it on, the inside was soft and welcoming and the outside sleek. As good as it looks, it’s durable as well. The 80% polyester, 20% cotton holds up well in all conditions. I’ve washed and dried it plenty of times with no visible wear. The bomber look is a great addition to any hoodie collection.
The cut is more boxy than athletic, more clingy than loose but it never limits your movement. It fits on the snug side. LALO Tactical gives you a tech-smart hoody that looks killer even when matched with a blazer and isn’t soley for the gm. The LALO logo is displayed right in the center of the chest. One other cool feature is the LALO logo is marked offset on the hood so it is visible when the hood is both on and off.
Thumb hoops on the sleeves allows you to wear it around your hands ninja style for cold weather protection.
LALO did a great job of bringing functionality to the hoodie. From range time to lying low, it performs well. The zippered front pocket is great for holding shotgun shells or any other ammunition for that matter. It’s a large enough pocket to be able to keep a lot in it without sagging too much and provides great ease of access. The outside center pocket is a bit smaller and not so much hand friendly to get your hands into but once you’re, you’re good to go. For the $65 price, which may seem steep, this hoodie is worth every penny.
PROS & CONS
- Extremely functional
- Comfortable from the start
- Agile, yet durable
- More than $40.00 but overall will be long-lasting
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received LALO via Spotter Up. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
Faris recently medically retired from the Marine Corps with six years of service as an infantryman. After graduating from the School of Infantry, Faris was assigned to 3rd Battalion 4thMarines in Twenty-nine Palms, California. Following his tour as an infantryman, Faris became a senior enlisted instructor at The Basic School, Marine Corps Base Quantico.
Aside from owning and operating American Military Leaders of Tomorrow and Code Black CrossFit, Faris is studying to accomplish a degree in nursing. Simultaneously, he is also volunteering at a local hospital emergency department in order to become more involved with proactive and reactive care.
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