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Old 07-12-2010, 01:01 AM   #8
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Hm. I dimly recall tugging being a problem on occasion in the past. My current sweatshirt-type thingies are all made of polar fleece which doesn't seem to tug, and I guess the hoods aren't of a size or shape to interfere with my vision. I have a couple of jackets with hoods large enough to obscure my vision if I allow such behavior, but thankfully they don't tug, and I don't have to wear them very often. I still prefer the hood to having to carry an umbrella or wear any sort of rain hat -- for some reason hats seem to funnel the water to places I don't want it to go. The only time I prefer a hat to a hood in the rain is when I'm working around horses, and I've got an Aussie outback hat that does a decent job. It's an oilskin canvas job with a basic "cowboy hat" shape that I can bend pretty much any way I want.

   
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