Wellen Seawool Hoodie

Wellen have some awesome apparel under their belt but few are quite as unusual and impressive as their Seawool Hoodie which is crafted from a fabric that’s made from recycled plastic bottles and oyster shells – so this is the sort of outerwear that you can feel good about wearing this summer. It comes in three different colourways – namely, Medium Heather, Navy Heather and Poolside Heather – so, you’ll be able to find the ideal one to add to your layering collection.

The Wellen Seawool Hoodie is very reasonably priced at $78 and you’ll not find many more comfortable or understated layering pieces out there for your backyard BBQ or a trip to the beach. This first-class piece of apparel from Wellen is a temperature-regulating lightweight layer that stays cool in warm weather so it’s ideal as we head into the warmer summer months.

Material Matters

A performance sun hoodie made from recycled plastic bottles and oyster shells isn’t the sort of gear you’d likely consider adding to your apparel line up but when it’s as cool and comfortable as Wellen’s Seawool Hoodie, you’ll definitely think twice. This innovative and wonderfully well crafted hoodie will add a laid back vibe to your summer wardrobe rotation and we’ll definitely be looking to add one to our own line up here at Coolector HQ.

The Wellen Seawool Hoodie ($78) is a classy piece of apparel which is quick-drying and antimicrobial for fresh, comfortable all-day wear – perfect suited to summer. There is no ribbing at cuffs or the hem which delivers an airy, breathable fit day in, day out and will rapidly make this hoodie one of your go-to pieces of clothing for the warm summer months.

Eco friendly, this Seawool Hoodie from Wellen rescues a great deal of waste from ending up in landfills and oceans. Add in the natural UV protection, and it makes the perfect fabric for this lightweight, warm-weather layer that effortlessly keeps you cool and protected from the elements whether you’re out for a run or casting leaders in the river.

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.