Products on Sale are Discontinued Styles or Colors.
FEATURES of the Patagonia Men's Mixed Guide Hoody
Polartec Power Shield stretch-woven fabric with Hard face Technology is durable, highly breathable and wind-resistant; waterproof/breathable H2No Performance Standard fabric in the shoulders, chest, upper arms and hood repels precip
Brushed interior for next-to-skin comfort
Helmet-compatible, 2-way-adjustable hood with laminated visor for optimal visibility in bad conditions
Microfleece-lined neck and chin for comfort
Chest pockets with DWR (durable water repellent)-treated reverse-coil zippers; two harness- and pack-compatible handwarmer pockets with reverse-coil zippers and storm flaps
Full-reach gusseted panels let you reach without raising the body of the jacket
SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Men's Mixed Guide Hoody
Weight: 22 oz / 624 g
H2No Performance Standard Shell: 4.8-oz 70 denier 100% nylon ripstop, with a waterproof/breathable barrier
Soft Shell: 9.5-oz Polartec Power Shield stretch-woven 57% polyester / 36% nylon / 7% spandex with Hard face Technology
All with a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish
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"Excellent Choice for Mixed Routes Among Other Things"
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 water-proof and you won't be burning hot after a rather pumpy section. The fit is perfect (you can throw a light jacket under if you want) and the hood goes well over helmets. Other than ice this jacket is great for skiing and I'm sure a plethora of activities. There's probably some color on sale in your size - just go for it.
It was warm& stylish& comfy!we skied the backbowls of vail and the front as well(FEB, not as sunny as March). He layered it with base layer and a fleece zip top, and was comfortable in the snowy slopes. It was the perfect length(slightly under the belt line), as he is not a very tall guy. Then he just wore a base layer and this jacket for the plane ride back home. Patagonia's contrasting zippers are always fun. and Moosejaw's prices are great!!strongly recommend!
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 it out in a cold steady rain and it was great - I stayed bone dry, never overheated, and could reach, twist, and otherwise move without restriction. I was worried this jacket would fall short of offering the complete protection of a hardshell or the full breathability or durability of a soft-shell. It seems, though, that Patagonia really nailed the body-mapping to take full advantage of the best of both worlds. This has the making of a true go-to shell, excellent for all the but the gnarliest weather.