Patagonia Guide Jackets"
This Jacket is great! I'm 5'10" 185 lbs with broad shoulders and the Large fits so well... just fine with only base layers, but plenty of room for a puffy underneath. I wore i…
- ZACHARY, 10/27/12
Personally, I think that Gore-Tex hard-shells are over-rated. Unless the weather is absolutely terrible you're gonna be much better off with something like this. It's nearly w…
- Andy, 09/28/14
After having this jacket for a few weeks and experiencing many various types of weather I feel confident to give a review.
The jacket does great in the rain and snow. I go t…
- Anna, 02/24/14
I wear this here and there and everywhere. Its the perfect mix of lightness so I can layer, and its decent in rain, too. I bring a waterproof shell when I am out backpacking t…
- jennifer, 10/23/14
My wife loves this jacket and was totally stoked to find out that she is getting ANOTHER one! Thanks Moosjaw! You guys are the shiznit!…
- Deborah, 11/04/14
This is a nice looking and comfortable jacket. It's fairly warm and perfect for autumn in the Midwest. My only complaint is that the arms are a little longer than your typical…
- Troy, 10/19/12
About The Popular Patagonia Guide Jacket:
Whether you're going down the Pyrennes or the path of righteousness, the Patagonia Guide Jacket is gonna guide you (pun most certainly intended).
Holding that numba one spot for stretch-woven soft shells, the Guide Jacket gives you 4-way-stretch, wind and durable water repellent (DWR) protection, a draw cord hem, and those delightful handwarmer pockets.
With the Torrentshell jackets included in the Guide series, you'll be prepared for whatever the weather has in store for you with a breathable, waterproof jacket, an adjustable hood that can be rolled and stowed away, a laminated visor, and storm flap-protected zippers.
Oh man, I just noticed there's a hole in my shirt: sad face.