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ALL SKILL NO LUCK team ups with Nate Murr to introduce the “California Combat Hoodie”

Friday, January 26th, 2018

We recently took note of the Oceanside, California based company ALL SKILL NO LUCK a few months back with the introduction of their popular flannel field and combat style shirts. The company has gained a lot of attention for its quality and designs, and are constantly working on bringing new trend setting garments to market. Nate Murr, known for his popular B5 Systems Gripstop, and other designs with Kinetic Development Group, seemed to be running parallel with his thought process.

ALL SKILL NO LUCK and Nate have teamed up to release the ultimate low profile Urban outwear garment, The California Combat Hoodie. The Hoodie currently features two spacious, velcro covered arm pockets to securely hold extra gear, and is made from a thick, durable synthetic blend. This pullover warming layer currently exists in prototype form, and has already been spotted around SHOT Show.

The hoodie captures the warmth and style of the classic “Baja Hoodie” worn by surfers, college students, etc. and has been a pillar of southwestern cultural attire for decades. The company plans on refining the design further, and releasing a production version in a few months. We are told that the final version may have a hidden Kangaroo pocket behind the hand warmer pocket in the front, a small center of chest “Admin” pocket high center of the chest in the Anorak style, and other small useful features incorporated throughout the garment.

Stay tuned for updates, and let them know what features you would like to see included in the comments below.