Kind Design River Topo Sun Hoodie Review

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Our friends at Kind Design asked us to test out their latest River Topo Sun Hoodie product.  Knowing how cool their other hoodie shirts have been, we couldn’t wait.

First impressions: the River Topo Sun Hoodie is much lighter than their hoodie product.  It’s comfortable to wear during the heat of the day and does its job at keeping the suns UV rays off your skin.

 

Fit: Our testers found the fabric comfortable and airy.  The 92% Recycled Poly / 8% Spandex blend is quick too dry and perfect for river activities. Plus they are made primarily of recycled plastic water bottles so you can enjoy the outdoors with a clean conscious. When compared to the NRS Men’s Varial Hoodie testers found the Kind Design River Topo Sun Hoodie to be a slightly slimmer fit.

 

 

Conclusion: We love it. The Topo Sun Hoodie is comfortable, functional, looks great and is made in Colorado. What’s not to like? Plus with over 180 sections of rivers to choose from for the design pattern you can pick a design that has a special meaning to you.

 

More info at https://www.kinddesign.co/

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