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The Patagonia Men's Torrentshell Jacket is waterproof, windproof, durable and breathable. It also packs nicely into a bag or wherever else you want to stuff it. Keep those details to yourself. The laminated visor and extra waterproof fabric make sure you stay warm and dry during monsoons. The zipper and pit zips have storm flaps to make extra super sure the rain stays on the outside of the jacket. It goes great with peanut butter sandwiches.
FEATURES of the Patagonia Men's Torrentshell Jacket
H2No Performance Standard shell with waterproof/breathable 2.5-layer nylon ripstop repels moisture
2-way-adjustable hood with a laminated visor rolls down and stows
Microfleece-lined neck provides comfort and protects waterproof/ breathable barrier
Center-front zipper features minimal welt exterior and interior storm flaps that create a zipper-garage chin guard
Pockets: two zippered hand warmers and venting pit zips, all with welted exterior storm flaps and DWR-treated zippers
Self-fabric hook-and-loop cuff closures and adjustable drawcord hem seal out moisture
Stows in self-stuff hand warmer pocket with carabiner clip-in loop
Re-engineered pattern for improved fit
SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Men's Torrentshell Jacket
Weight: 12.2 oz / 346 g
H2No Performance Standard shell: 2.5-layer, 2.6-oz 50-denier 100% nylon ripstop with a waterproof/breathable barrier and a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish
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All in all, this is a really nice rain jacket. The fit is slightly slimmer than I expected. I'm 5'6", 150lbs. and I rock a Small. The zippered arm pits are a life saver if you are doing anything strenuous. I use this jacket mostly when bike commuting on rainy days, and the fact that it stores compactly into its own pocket is awesome. Great jacket for the price!
"Great fit, used in tropical downpours with adequate protection"
Pros:- great fit for smaller frame individuals (XS will fit me at 5'3")- velcro seal over zipper will not let water through- wrist straps for adjustment for additional protectionCons:- no way to tighten hood so it stays on in windier environmentAdditional:- don't expect much insulation from this- waterproof it (multiple spray products on the market) every rainy season for long lasting performance
Another great product from Patagonia. I had this shell for about 2 years before it got stolen. This was my main rain jacket between spring and fall in Vermont. I used this jacket for hiking, around town, fishing, and everything else. It's a well made product with excellent water resistance. there a comfortable fabric that is placed on the neck and some other places through out the jacket. It fits true to size, a very athletic fit, I'm 6.4 200lb and it fits perfect. I love 90% of everything this jacket has to offer for the price range, however you sacrifice breath ability. i found myself taking the jacket off between hikes and other activities that were very physical. If your looking for a more breathable jacket I would look into a light soft-shell that has good water resistance. Great jacket for the weekend warrior, great for around town or light hiking use.
This jacket is great. The 2.5 layer material is very breathable and lightweight. It repels water very well. in the past, some of the jackets that I have had, i receive them and the water does not bead in certain spots. Patagonia did an awesome job with the water repellency on this jacket. The water beads up everywhere. They use Granger's water repellency @ their company, which when I researched them, is an epic company. I am thinking about ordering some for my other jackets. The material feels very durable as well. Btw, the viking blue, is, @ least i think, a somewhat darker royal blue. I love the color. The fit is a tad baggy in the torso, but that is good for layering in cold weather. It works well as a wind-breaker too. The inner lining is also not sticky, so when you sweat you do not feel the material latch onto your skin. Overall, it is a great jacket, great feel, great weight, and I highly recommend it.
I wanted to like this jacket, but the sizing is unlike any other jacket I've experienced. I have fairly long arms, but the Torrentshell's arms are just hilariously long, at all sizes. Even the Small's arms were too long, and I usually wear a Medium.I'm also not thrilled by the color options. Patagonia could very easily make these jackets more exciting by introducing more contrast between the logo on the breast and the main jacket color. North Face seems to have cornered the market on pleasant contrast colors, although they often overdo it. If Patagonia wants to sway North Face customers, they need to beat TNF at their own game.
"Perfect For a Range of Weather Conditions"
This jacket is great for both rain and wind and is very lightweight. I particularly like wearing it over a base layer, so I can ditch my bulky winter jacket for temperatures above freezing, or pack it away later (it doesn't wrinkle much). The armpit zippers are also a huge plus for me to get much-needed ventilation in warmer weather. The zipper pockets are also secure and large.
I got this jacket about three years ago. For a cheaper rain jacket it is extremely versatile. It will keep you dry and block the wind with ease. After weeks of getting repeatedly drenched the material started to get water logged, but just throw it into the wash and dryer and retreat it with some more DWR spray and its good as new!
Not much more to say, this jacket is very light and so far is completely waterproof. I work at a summer camp in Texas year round and Mother Nature decided to pour for a week straight. Working outside all day meant I needed a sturdy rain jacket that would keep me DRY. This definitely did the job. Long enough to sit down and keep my butt dry too. Patagonia means quality.