2010 Model No Longer Available
Hemp Hoodlamb Classic Hoodlamb Jacket - Men's - 2010 BCS
Thoroughly tested on the streets of Amsterdam, the Hemp Hoodlamb Classic Hoodlamb Jacket is your new partner in crime. This casual jacket's hemp and organic cotton twill shell and hemp satifur lining will keep you warm while you wait in line at a show or just chill on the corner. A secret canno lined pocket keeps the goods safe and secure, while the integrated Rizla paper dispenser is always ready to roll. Slip your hands in the fur lined front pockets to warm up. This season, Hemp Hoodlamb gave the Classic Jacket an inside document pocket to keep your passport and other important papers safe.
- Backcountry.com is the exclusive US distributor for Hemp Hoodlamb products
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February 17, 2013
... I adore this jacket. Very soft and comfy on the inside and I love the Artic Canno pattern. Cool factor aside, the jacket keep you warm and is functional with lotsa pockets to stow stuff. I'm 5'8", chest 38" and wear this in S. Oh did I already say how comfy it is? Like a soft bed with fresh sheets you just sink into :P
August 27, 2012
I don't know why Hoodlamb's Arctic Canno jacket is so discounted, but it makes me wonder if the materials used are in some way different than the other jackets. Regardless, for $140, it's a steal. Nice and heavy with a tough outer shell much like a carhartt jacket. The inside is lined with very comfy fake fur (the sleeves are also lined) and it has a multitude of well designed pockets. I'm 6'1" 130lbs and rocking a medium. I originally opted for a small, but department of goods was amazingly helpful and switched it out with no stress. I haven't yet had a chance to wear it in cold weather, but this coming Vermont winter will put that to the test. I have a friend who has the same jacket in brown, and he totally worships it. The only complaint I have aside from somehow feeling the Arctic Canno may have been produced with somewhat cheaper materials is that the zipper is on the left side, like a woman's jacket would have. I don't know if there's a reason for it, but it's a little confusing. And that's a very minor gripe about an amazing jacket. Totally recommend.