It has a little bit of a "bill" that sticks out in front to keep the rain off of your face.
Answered on 10/10/2014 7:01:37 PM by Mother of the Boots from Seattle
A brimmed hood has a small bill much like the "brim of a hat" It's intention is to allow you to see and keep water off of your face. Often a smooth hood will allow water to run down the front. this hood has extra material to allow the rain to shed out away from your face. The hood of this coat does not tuck under the collar
Answered on 10/10/2014 7:14:11 PM by Patrick from Buffalo, NY
Thanks! I meant where is the hood since it's not visible in the picture? Is it rolled up and stored under the collar in back?
Answered on 10/10/2014 7:36:44 PM by MA from MA
No, the front of the hood has a little more material, shaped like a visor, keeping the rain out of your eyes and off of your face.
Answered on 10/11/2014 4:41:34 AM by Active Grammy from Augusta GA
It just means the the edge of the hood extends out a little further than a standard hood to deflect water from your forehead. It doesn't fold away.
Answered on 10/11/2014 6:13:36 PM by Mommy of 3 Jenn from Washington
The hood has a little visor-type edge to it to keep rain out of your eyes. Doesn't fold up under the collar . . .
Answered on 10/11/2014 6:32:48 PM by GraceL from Buffalo NY
Thanks! I understand the brim, but the question remains on where hood is, since it's not shown in the photo? Is it attached and rolled up, or detached (and not shown).