Let mother nature keep you warm. Alto Houdi is a multifunctional mid-layer in soft, stretchy merino wool and Tencel. It’s the perfect all-year adventure partner made only with natural fibers.
The Houdini design team has spent the last 15 years refining and perfecting our vision of the hooded fleece jacket. The precise fit, the high collar and the snug hood is the result of countless design hours and fitting sessions. In Alto Houdi we have taken all that knowledge and made a warm, cozy mid-layer only in natural materials.
Woolly Treemerino is a Swedish made warm, stretchy and lightweight fabric made from 60% merino wool and 40% Tencel. Merino wool provides warmth and is naturally odor resistant. Tencel is a fiber made from cellulose that gives the fabric structure and better moisture transmission. This all-natural wool fleece will keep you warm on any adventure. Layer it under your shell jacket for skiing, wear it on it’s own for an autumn hike or wrap it around yourself after a chilly surf session.
We can highly recommend Alto Houdi if you are looking for a warm technical fleece jacket and prefer natural materials over synthetics. Use it all year around in any situation where you want to keep warm in cool temperatures. It will last for many years and when it’s finally worn out, the fabric can be recycled or even composted. The cycle of nature continues.
Woolly TreeMerino Warm, fluffy and soft merino wool fleece made only with natural fibers.
made of merino wool
Mulesing-free wool from Australia and South Africa
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