Mountain Hardwear Mountain Tech Jacket - Men's
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- Combination of Airshield Fleece and Deflection Softshell for wind protection and breathability
- Zip handwarmer pockets
- Dual hem drawcords for quick fit adjustments
- Pit zips for ventilation
- Micro-Chamois™-lined chin guard eliminates zipper chafe
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Top Customer Reviews
Do note that this jacket is part fleece. The lighter color (in my case, red) is fleece outer. The rest is a shell.
I didn't want the wear and tear of a fleece outer, so I got the Android, which is all soft shell outer.
Overall - I am very impressed with this jacket. It looks stylish, fits well, eliminates the wind, retains body heat, is well made, and just plain works!
Wind-stop works well. Was concerned that, without a cinch-strap at the end of the sleeves, they may be too long. That is not the case, as the Medium fits me perfectly (I'm 5'7"). Have seen complaints from taller individuals that the sleeves are too short, so plan accordingly.
My only (minor) complaint is that the side pockets seem very high for comfortably walking with hands in pockets.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
OMG!!!! This really works, only used in 30 and above so don't know if will work in temperature under that.
I highly recommend this product
This jacket combines a relative light weight with excellent wind blockage, and good fit, and good versatility. Read morePublished on February 16, 2014 by Matts'zon
The sizing is very large. I ordered a big size but it's rally very huge. I think I can fit an extra kid in there too!Published on February 12, 2014 by furgesonj
I would recommend this to anyone. My husband got it for Christmas and hasn't taken it off since:). Keeps him very warm even when it is freezing outside. Read morePublished on December 31, 2013 by Emily Gibbons
Excellent fall/early spring jacket. Looks great and feels just right. Matches any blue attire one decides to wear, warm and wind resistant too!Published on December 27, 2013 by DrivenInjun