WetHoodie™ Fishing Gear
FISHING GEAR APPAREL MUST-HAVE – ALL NEW MATERIALS
The Malo’o WetHoodie™ is a newly designed and patented fishing apparel item that's perfect for keeping fishermen warm and dry. This innovative fishing hoodie combines the features of a wetsuit with a hoodie to protect you while fishing, hunting, or trapping. The body of the hoodie is designed to keep you warm, while the sleeves are made of 2mm neoprene, providing water insulation just like a wetsuit.
The sleeves are tapered at the wrist to prevent water from getting in and are loose above the elbow for comfortable movement. There's a pouch on the front for easy access to your tools and magnetic snaps to use with gloves, making it the perfect addition to your cold-weather fishing gear.
Whether you're fishing in Montana, trapping in Alaska, or canoeing in New England, the Malo’o WetHoodie™ will keep you warm and protected from the elements. It's a great investment for anyone who loves to fish in colder weather and wants to stay dry and comfortable while doing it.
Learn more here: What is a WetHoodie
The seller is amazing and responsive. Will order from them again. Thanks again guys!
Purchased a large and overall fit is more like a medium (sleeves are another discussion). Stitched seams, in particular at the shoulder seem cheap/low quality/bad craftsmanship. Sweater build/shape at the shoulders is very awkward, very pointy like a woman’s dress from the 80s with built in pointy, protruding shoulder pads. Looks weird. I bought it as a gift and came out feeling a little embarrassed and also not happy that I paid $100 for something like this. Cool idea for a sweater, poorly come structed/designed.
I know there are lots of coolers out there but I have a Maloo dry bag so I thought I'd give it a try. So well built, keep it cold all day and its a perfect size. Love it
Neat idea. Arms stay warm under the neoprene. They are a bit tight but should loose'n up as time goes by.
Living in Michigan, I wont dip my arms in the water until spring-due to freezing temps currently, but can see how they would stay dry.
It has become part of my clothing when on the water.
I was excited to get my wet hoodie, until I got it and the instructions that came with it says hand wash. Website says machine wash. When I asked the company they say they prefer hand wash because machine wash breaks down the sleeves. I wouldn’t have bought something that is, as a fishing shirt, going to get slime and blood on it. Only to have to hand wash it instead of throwing it in with all the other fishing clothes. Oh, and no detergents!!