Attached Hood: This jacket/sweatshirt has an attached hood, which is good if you like hoods, because its not going anywhere. If you don't like hoods, probably best to find a different item.
Low Bulk Cuff: Avoid bunching up around the wrist when layering.
Giant Hand/Storage Pockets: Large pockets to provide handwarming and storage space that are easy to access during activity.
Full Length Front Zipper: Easy on and off with a full length zipper, that doubles as the best possible venting.
Elastic Drawcord: Adjustable elastic drawcord can be cinched to get a more snug fit at the waist, and helps keep the heat in.
Internal Organization Pocket:When you have a bunch of things jingling in your pocket, you can make them jingle slightly less with this innovation.
Thumb Hole Cuff: Helpful when putting on layers or warmer on a chilly day, thumb holes hold the cuff of your shirt over your hand.
Cotton: Nothing beats the feel of cotton, except silk, but let's just say cotton is better. This garment sports cotton as the main ingredient, which shows its all about comfort.
Pit Zips: Water resistant, dual sliding zippers open up for extra ventilation.
Loose Fit: Breezy and casual. Stay as cool as you look.
Water Resistant: This means that the average person going out on a weekend of hiking, skiing, or general adventures will stay pretty much dry the whole time. In heavy downpour, a damp feeling might seep in, but won't drench the user. The rating for this level of Water Resistance is 4,000-10,000mmH20.
Good Breathability: This means there is some resistance in getting moisture to pass through the fabric, so the user might get a little stuffy when exercising hard, but for average level activity, it does a great job.
Cold: Designed for cold weather activities like skiing, snowboarding, or sledding, these garments generally have built-in insulation.