Mountain Hardwear Softshell Jackets"
bought this jacket and wore it for a bit, and hated it. fit felt sloppy, zippers felt cheap, and it was no warmer than an under armour cold gear shirt. i tried to like it, s…
- mike, 12/10/11
This is a great outer layer especially on windy and rainy days but you're definitely going to want something warmer for when it really gets cold. I've taken it on multiple bac…
- Drew, 09/21/11
I am a bee keeper and spend most night outside in Montana and Washington and still very cold at times butThis coat has kept me very warm and the its not heavy or so big you fe…
- ELMER, 04/28/15
I live in Vermont, long winters, muddy springs and brisk fall winds. I wanted a versatile jacket, I could use through all seasons. I found this MH Trinity jacket is perfect! I…
- Danielle, 04/25/13
I LOVE LOVE LOVE this jacket. It is amazingly soft yet super tough! I can wear it out on a cool/breezy day and be completely comfortable, yet I can also wear it out on a freez…
- chapin, 07/17/14
This jacket purchase was the result of a fairly exhaustive search. I had worn out two ultra-light shells and rather than buying a new one, I wanted something with a bit more…
- Doug, 05/28/14
This jacket was exactly what I wanted - great material and fit. Sadly, the hood was large enough to double as a car cover. It must be made to accommodate a gigantic helmet o…
- Elizabeth, 02/22/14
The women's super chockstone jacket is a great light weight jacket good for any occasion.
The YKK zippers and tough durability of the material mountain hardwear has created,…
- brenton, 12/05/14
This just came in the mail today and my husband is super happy with the purchase! He has resisted anything heavier than a sweatshirt despite our cold German winters, but we fi…
- Sarah, 09/04/14
I like most all mountain hardware gear. This jacket is excellent. Im a taller guy with longer arms so i sometimes have a difficult time finding sleeves long enough. This ja…
- Luke, 11/27/14
This jacket is really good for cool, windy weather, but not the greatest when it starts getting really cold or wet. The DWR holds up well for a few minutes in decently hard ra…
- Branton, 07/14/14
I purchased an Effusion jacket primarily for running and climbing. It keeps me remarkably warm to the point where I'm comfortable climbing in 40F temps with this and a light t…
- MICHELLE, 02/22/13
eldorado springs, co
I wear this jacket all year long. Breathable enough when it's warm and rainy but warm enough to block the brutal Chicago wind.…
- Benjamin, 01/24/14
I'm 5'10" 160 lb. and the medium fits great as a lightweight layer and/or lightweight/medium shell. The jacket is warm and offers great wind protection. The cuffs could be sl…
- Steven, 09/26/14
This is not really the jacket I was looking for but don't want to send it back!! I was looking for a replacement for a Mountain Hardwear jacket I bought from you in the Spri…
- SANDRA, 12/19/14
This jacket fits great. I'm 5'6" and weigh about 120lbs, and the small fits perfect. Not only that but the Sangria color is beautiful. It is a light jacket though, so don't g…
- Loretta, 12/31/13
About Mountain Hardwear Softshell Jackets:
We know what you're thinking. This is Mountain Hardwear, making jackets that are softshell. Shouldn't this betray the laws of the space-time continuum? What's next, orange juice in your cereal? Peanut butter and toothpaste cookies? Dogs and cats, living together? Mass hysteria! But it works, and we should be thankful; thankful for top-notch softshell jackets and milk-submersed cereal bowls.
Just because Mountain Hardwear uses thin, mobile fabric doesn't mean you have to sacrifice the function you'd expect from heavier jackets. Total waterproof protection is in the mix, with watertight zips to boot. Regardless of your feelings on aquatic permanence, these coats are made for everyday wear, with enough styles and colors to meet your lofty jacket expectations.
Let us celebrate the Hard-Soft union with some of the finest jackets known to man. Well, known to woman, too, of course. We're up on that equality tip.