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Perseverance Survival – Tigerstripe Hoodie

Originally made from repurposed poncho liners, these hoodies from Perseverance Survival feature a kangaroo pocket at the waist. Over the past year, they’ve introduced new colors including Grey and this Tigerstripe number I couldn’t pass up.

10% of all sales from this produce will be donated to the Recon Sniper Foundation (RSF). If you wish to donate more of get further details about the RSF please visit their website at www.reconsniperfoundation.org


15 Responses to “Perseverance Survival – Tigerstripe Hoodie”

  1. SVGC says:

    Damn that is rad, way to go dude!

  2. OC Tactical says:

    Damn you, ordered 2

  3. Stefan S. says:

    Woobie! What have they done to you?

  4. That Guy says:

    I have one of these in woodland, I have to say I’m not overly impressed and mine just sits unused. I may have put my expectations too high though.

    Breathability is so bad that I get clammy quickly.
    Fit isn’t great.
    Stitching is already coming undone after only wearing it around the house.

    It’s a cool piece I guess, maybe I just got an off one.

    • TominVA says:

      I’m not surprised. The poncho liner and field jacket liner were probably great when they first came out, but that was a LONG time ago. The stitching quality was always poor, and frankly there’s better made stuff out there now.

      Even for the money, I just don’t think it’s that great a deal. Save a little more a little longer and get an Arcteryx piece on sale.

      • colin says:

        I got one of these for a friend before I ordered mine. They of course are nicer jackets, I think these are a functional novelty item, for lack of a better description. For the people who want them, they service their purpose in spades…

    • PNWTO says:

      It is a sewed up woobie… I wouldn’t expect an alpine climbing jacket.

      • TominVA says:

        No, but no matter how little you pay, you would expect it to not come unraveled on you.

        I see the post mentions “originally made from repurposed poncho liners” so maybe they’re using better stuff now and That Guy just got an early model?

        I see colin’s point though too. Maybe it is just a novelty item? To each his own.

  5. Colin says:

    Where do you even source that material from? That is awesome!

  6. That Guy says:

    I have some LEAF, OR, as well as some Patagucci, I by no means was expecting that. To be honest I’m a sucker for woodland and had been drinking tequila the night I purchased it lol.

    For the $60 or so dollars I paid, I was at least expecting it not to unravel (from lounge wear) and maybe an ever so slightly better fit. That is why I never bothered reaching out to them about it.

    I would agree now in hindsight it is totally a fun novelty item. Would I buy it again, no. However, if you’re a sucker for a certain pattern, have the disposal cash, and want to make your buddies jealous for a short time why not. I believe that the guy who makes them is active, and donates some of the proceeds, so you can’t go wrong there.

    Lesson learned, don’t impulse buy after tequila.