Don't let them get to you.
Just as its name would suggest, the ExOfficio Men's BugsAway Lumos Knit Pullover Hoodie keeps pesky insects at bay while you're enjoying the rest of nature's less irritating bounties. Crafted from a lightweight, breathable cotton blend, this hoodie is treated with InsectShield, which gives you invisible, odorless protection from ants, flies, chiggers, midges, ticks, and mosquitoes just by putting on your clothes. The treatment is bound to fabric fibers, so it stays on your clothes and not your skin, and is designed to last through 70 cycles in your washing machine. Aside from the bug protection, this hoodie has thumbholes for a locked-in fit and added protection, while the forward-rolled shoulder seams offer resistance against abrasion from your backpack.
- Stylish, henley hoodie that helps protect you from annoying insects
- Cotton blend has insect-repellent treatment for bug defense
- Regular fit keeps your range of motion natural
- Thumbloops cinch down your fit with snug security
- Hidden zipper pocket keeps small essentials close
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: Large
I never would have thought that the ‘BugsAway’ technology works, but it does! I wore for a week in the Northwoods of Northern Wisconsin and did not get a single bite. Runs a bit snug, but the tech, second to none. Been wearing at my kids fall sports outings and emerged without a bite. Stylish and functional! Can’t beat combo! Hope it wears longer than the 80 wash cycle.
BugsAway Lumos Knit Pullover Hoodie
When it's hot and buggy, the cotton-blend BugsAwayÂ® Lumosâ¢ Hoody keeps you cool, comfortable, and bite-free. The fitted hood gives you extra protection. Bug blocking: BugsAwayÂ® apparel is treated with Insect ShieldÂ®, giving you invisible, odorless protection just by putting on your clothes. The treatment is bound to fabric fibers, so it stays in your clothesânot on your skinâand lasts through 70 washes. Ants, flies, chiggers, midges, and ticks don't like it, and neither do mosquitoes, which can transmit insect-borne diseases such as Zika, Chikungunya, Dengue, and West Nile viruses.