NEW! Natural Gear WinterCeptor fleece is windproof and Water- Resistant by construction. It's a thick, 400 gram micro fleece, sandwich fabric with windproof/water resistant barrier. The new material has a soft hand, is anti-pilling and will stand up to years of use. This WinterCeptor Pullover features 2 zippered hand warmer pockets, cadet style collar, and elasticized sleeves and waist. Available in Natural Camo. Sizes M-2XL.
Posted by Bob Williams on 13th Feb 2014
Received this pullover after the deer season, so I haven't used it in the field. Looks great and heavier than I expected. I believe it will be fine as an outer jacket in cool temps , and great as an under layer in colder weather. I believe it could be improvced by adding a breast pocket(s) for additional storage/use. Quality poroduct at a good price.
Posted by Big Rob on 23rd Jan 2014
This is by far the warmest fleece pullover that I have ever owned. It fits perfect and has a generous amount of room so you can layer underneath too. The price is right too for a fleece of this quality and it blends in like no other camo...Natural Gear is the best!
Posted by Stump on 31st Oct 2012
I have had one of these for 4 years and it is the best pullover I have ever owned. Light to wear with plenty of room to move. Nothing protects from the wind like this pullover. I have a 1/4 zip and a hoodie and will buy another to put back for when they wear out.
Posted by Vernon G on 14th Oct 2012
Fits a little short around the waist. Could be a little longer. Love the pattern and the warmth. Great product
Posted by d baird on 10th Oct 2012
I recently got one of these. It's the best pullover I have. It's heavy duty, it breathes but keeps the wind out, it's quiet and it dries very fast. Its fairly water resistant too. I used it over a long-sleeved T-shirt in 30 degrees and was very comfortable. The front handwarmer pocket has zipped ends to secure anything you keep in there. Heavy duty front zipper. The first time I used it hunting, the color blended with the site I hunted better than the jacket I'd taken, so I stashed the jacket. I layer my clothing and I think this will simplify things greatly - fewer layers and often maybe not even a jacket.