Gear Test: PAKA PAKACLOUD Fleece

We’re out here in the woods with the PAKA PAKACLOUD Fleece, putting this fleece to the test.


Initial Thoughts on the PAKA PAKACLOUD Fleece

The PAKACLOUD fleece is a luxuriously soft mid layer, made from the wool of Peruvian baby alpacas which provides an exceptional warmth-to-weight ratio aided by its thoughtful features such as the adjustable drawcord hems, elastic cuffs, and snug neck designed for optimal insulation. It’s safe to say this piece has become my go-to fleece this winter as it is not only an incredibly comfortable, lightweight mid-layer for adventure days out but also works great as a smart-looking fleece for everyday wear.

Pros Cons
  • Very soft, warm, and cozy
  • Hand wash recommended
  • Two zip pockets
  • Highly odor resistant


What do you think of the PAKACLOUD Fleece? Have you tested it yourself? Share your thoughts in a comment below.

Steve Cleverdon

Steve is an adventurous outdoor blogger who feels most alive atop a mountain or sleeping beneath a starry sky. On his blog, Steve shares practical gear reviews and insightful guides, encouraging others to embrace the wild and explore the great outdoors. Follow him on Instagram. Review Policy: We do not accept payments or gifts from brands and vendors, and strive to provide unbiased, independent advice. Brands typically provide review samples which we return, and in some cases we purchase the item so we can keep using it long after the review.

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