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The Men's R1 Hoody by Patagonia. The R1 Hoody is the optimal midlayer or baselayer for athletic alpine endeavors in demanding conditions. Made of Regulator grid fleece for outstanding performance in the vertical environment.
FEATURES of the Patagonia Men's R1 Hoody
Versatile R1 fleece, with its high/low grid pattern, provides excellent stretch, warmth, fast wicking and great breathability in a variety of temperatures
A lighter weight, micro-grid fabric on Variable Conditions Cuff, underarm gusset and lower torso improves breathability and dry time
Refined technical fit with offset seams for comfort under outerwear and packs
Snug-fitting balaclava-style hood fits comfortably under a helmet strap; center-front Slim Zip with soft, kissing-welt zipper garage and chin flap for next-to-skin comfort
Variable Conditions Cuff has discreet, on-seam thumb loops for added coverage, and a spiral stitch construction allows sleeves to push up easily without constricting forearms
One left chest pocket has Slim Zip install and clean-finished zipper garage
Longer torso for comfort under a harness or a pack waistbelt
This piece of gear is one of my favorite pieces. It's highly versatile - keeps me warm at below freezing temps, even with a decent wind, as long as I'm active. If you're not moving then you'll definitely need another layer in the same conditions. I love the extended length for keeping out snow as well. I love the R1 hoody, and you will too.
So I just spent 75 days in the backcountry. 3 weeks in the mountains, climbing. 2 weeks on a river, white water kayaking and rafting. 4 weeks in the desert, canyoneering. The R1 Hoody is awesome all around. Unfortunately, I tore a hole in it crawling under a barbed wire cattle fence but you really can't blame the gear for that one. I had to have another one right away as I'm going to spend another 2 weeks in the mountains doing a backcountry ski tour. I ordered this baby overnight shipping because I can't live without it. This layer holds up to every possible situation and is the absolute warmest layer in its class. I will say my only complaint is that as a baselayer it does get smelly if you are planning on being out for a long time. I chose to buy an icebreaker merino wool hoody along with this to where as a baselayer. Shy of that, zero complaints. It's warm, it's comfortable and it will endure any situation. I'd recommend it to any of my friends.
This R1 hoody is where it's at. Extra long to go under a climbing harness and stay. The Patagonia R1 Hoody takes the highly versatile, breathable, and compressible R1 Pullover and adds: a balaclava style hood, longer arms with thumb loops, and an extended hem for tucking the fleece into your pants. This is our favorite style R1 and our top rated lightweight fleece jacket. Alpinists and backcountry skiers literally live in this layer. The hood is thin enough to go under a helmet and provides an instant balaclava for when the temperatures drop. The R1 Hoody is arguably the most versatile fleece available. Don't want a hood? Get the R1 Pullover. Want hand pockets? Get the R1 Full-Zip Jacket.
This thing rocks when you're on the rocks. Seriously. Just stop reading and add this sick pullover to your cart. I bought mine and I've hardly worn anything else. It's become kind of a problem in my closet because half a dozen similar layers feel rejected. Buy this if you want the best garment. Don't buy this if you can't handle the ensuing apparel drama.
This has become my go-too active layer for cold climbs and hikes. This is great for a light-weight layering system (i use it under a arc'teryx atom lt/sv when things get really cold). These also look good as casual wear, my wife has bought her own since seeing/stealing mine. I am 5' 9", 140lbs, athletic build, and the small fits perfect.
"Great layer for ice climbing or general messing around on a mountain"
Use this for ice climbing on glaciers and alpine work in Iceland. I have the large which looked huge but fits pretty well with good clearance when working with your arms over your head. Thumbs loops work well to stop things pulling out of place when using ice tools. Is really warm and the off centre face zip means I don't really use my balaclava any more. Have used this down to -7 degrees C so far and makes a great part of my gear.
The R1 hoody is not something you should leave camp without. It has many more technical features than the simple R1 pullover. The hood is snug, but still fits over bulky hair and hats if need be; it has thumb loops to keep the wind and snow out of your sleeves and the bottom is extended to ensure it stays tucked into a harness; the zipper vents deeper and it has a pocket for cliff bars as well. I pair mine with the Patagonia nano puff and am covered in all range of temperatures/windiness from 20 degrees up. This is my go to layer, hands down.
"Everything you need in a mid layer, also a great lounge layer"
This has turned out to be a great purchase. Super comfy, and super warm. Works perfect beneath a rain jacket or soft-shell but can easily be used as a top layer in less chilly and windy conditions. Specific coolness factors: The hood shape makes it stick to your head for added protection. The zipper gets out of the way of your nose and mouth when up and opens past the solar-plexus to allow for good ventilation when down. The thumb loops make putting a layer on over top effortless. Overall a very versatile piece, great for a cold climbing or hiking day... and for early morning couch sessions.
Originally, I was very skeptical of the R1. I just wasn't sure it was really worth the price tag. After buckling and getting one I can tell you that it absolutely is. This thing is crazy warm and now it goes with me wherever I go. The hood is genius and keeps the zipper away from your nose when zipped all the way up. If you spend a lot of time in environments where temperatures can change rapidly, this is the piece for you.
"Pretty much the best thing in the history of the world"
Its amazing. The R-1 is a perfect bottom layer. My standard BC ski set up is the R-1 hoody, an insulation layer, and a shell jacket. That's it. With this on, Im good for temperatures from the single digits well into the 40's. The R-1 fits great, moves well, and never lets me down.
I got one sweet deal on this and got an extra $4 off for beating the manager at rock, paper, scissors. It fits really well and allows you to move around freely without restriction. Medium fits best at 6'1". Super comfy to wear whenever, because you never know when you'll get the call "DUDE! We're going hiking! There's no time to change!" That way you'll always be ready. Thanks Patagonia!
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