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The Analog Assignment Full-Zip Hooded Sweatshirt gives you the military look you need when you're an everyday soldier parachuting into enemy territory. Of course, by 'enemy territory' we mean that pack of girls clumping together at the bar, and by 'parachuting' we mean getting drunk enough to talk to them.

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i love this jacket so much. its waterproof and has zip off arms incase its a hot day and you wanna rock a vest. it does fit long so if you think about buying consider that.

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what size did you got ? i have a snowboard jacket , size M analog comply and fits perfect do you think its the same size ? because i also have analog hoodies but i use L in hoodie of analog

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when will xxl be available? i need that size for all analog stuff!

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Assignment Full Zip

WHAT IT IS: ATF -- or Analog Technical Fashion -- is a nineteen-piece collection for winter 11/12 that infuses basic lifestyle clothing pieces like plaids and hoodies with weather-shielding performance features found in hyper-technical outerwear. "When I started thinking about designs, I literally tried to create something I could wear anywhere and feel like myself in but I could also jump on the hill and shred with if I wanted to," said Trevor Andrew, who helped create the line along with Mikkel Bang and Danny Davis. The Balance Flannel is perfect example: form and function, together at last.

WHY IT RULES: The Balance Flannel, like the other pieces in the collection, doesn't look or feel like some sort of tech nerd mashup (makers of "rideable denim" take note). Rather, feels like a regular flannel shirt you could rock every day. The key difference? With anti-bacterial, moisture-wicking, quick-dry, 4-way stretch fabric, it won't turn into a sopping stink rag after a few hikes up to that secret rail spot. Analog Design Director Joey Jorgenson sums up the motivation behind ATF like this: "It was critical for us to implement everything in a way that was real and not gimmicky. We feel like we've made some real improvements to gear that picks up where a classic 2L shell is too much for conditions or when a rider feels more like expressing his off-the-hill style." In short: more crushing it, less kook factor.