Nau Off-the-Grid Hoodie What do you get when you mash a wool hoodie and a quilted vest? Check out this fall garment from Nau to see the glorious result.


Mashing together two garments either net you something really cool or something absolutely questionable. We’ll let you make up your own mind about Nau’s Off-the-Grid Hoodie, which looks like a quilted vest worn over a base hoodie layer, all while coming as a single jacket.

Designed for the colder months, the Frankensteined garment should be warm enough to make for a suitable outerwear all on its own, all while ably serving as a cozy base layer when temperatures drop to intolerable levels. We think it looks badass, apart from saving you the extra trouble if you frequently find yourself layering a vest over a hoodie during colder days.


The Nau Off-the-Grid Hoodie uses Rangygoat wool for the sleeves and hood, with the sleeves sporting an oversized profile to make it look like a regular hoodie. For the body, they use quilted polyester in a trim fit, ensuring it can deal better with strong winds and chilly breezes while making the whole thing look like a two-layer outfit. Nau claims the pairing isn’t just warm and weather-resistant, it’s also fully windproof, ensuring you’re fully protected from the elements.


Features include interior-bound seams, a one-way drawcord for the hood, a DWR-treated zipper with internal wind flap, and a pair of zippered hand pockets. It comes in two colors: lagoon blue and caviar gray.

Available now, the Nau Off-the-Grid Hoodie is priced at $225.

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