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Misty bike rides through the coastal forest, long, alpine rock routes, and blustery day hikes make the ideal proving grounds for the Arc’teryx Men’s Squamish Pullover Jacket. This lightweight, stretchy pullover seals you off from wind and light moisture thanks to its adjustable storm hood and full seat coverage, and the gusseted underarms and articulated elbows provide unrestricted movement. And when the sun finally burns through the clouds, the Squamish packs up into its chest pocket.

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    I got this jacket for cycling/mountain biking/running on cooler days. So far so good. It is a little lighter than I expected but that is not necssarily a bad thing. I took it out mountain biking the other day in 50ish degree weather with just a 100 weight fleece underneather and it performed well. Kept the wind off and kept the chill away.

    I have also worn it around town it it has done a good job. I havent tested how much water it sheds but it is a windbreaker not a rain coat.

    So a good piece and not a bad price

    Too Expensive For the Performance

      This jacket is fine but not worth the price tag. Its not really waterproof at all and will only shed light mist or rain...with any meaningful percipitation you will get wet. Its fine for a windbreaker but than, why not just get a windshirt or better yet, a polartec powershield jacket.

      I would consider the MHW Quark jacket before this...the Quark is a little heavier, but very packable and actually waterproof breathable and has pit zips!

      Very packable

        This is a awesome pullover it is also very packable and fits in the tightest of area's in a pack or even your pocket it makes an a great coat always in reach. It is also very water resistant. And a great windbreaker. This is a great packable coat get one.

        freakishly breathable

          I ride to work about 8 miles and get pretty sweaty in the process. Yesterday it was about 58 and I was wearing a lightwieght wool baselayer, the squamish and then a cordura backpack with no vents. The wool, where the pack was, was soaked, I could have probably wrung it out. The rest was totally dry and no condensation had collected on the inside of the squamish, even where it was pressed into my sweaty back by the pack. Pretty impressive. The hood is too deep when cinched down, its almost helmet compatible. the fit is athletic. I wear it in the humid east. I'm 6' 3" 190 and wear a large.

          i've heard these are made in Canada. Confirm...

          i've heard these are made in Canada. Confirm or deny?

          Is the material heavy enough to hold up...

          Is the material heavy enough to hold up in fall weather? Or am I going to need something heavier to keep me protected in wind and brisk days on the way to class?

          How much does it weigh, I am looking for...

          How much does it weigh, I am looking for a windbreaker that stuffs small - into the zippered pocket of myclimbing chalk chalk bag.

          How is the waterproof rating on this jacket?...

          How is the waterproof rating on this jacket? Can it stand up as a primary rain jacket?

          Hi, does anyone know the length from the...

          Hi, does anyone know the length from the armpit to the bottom of the jacket? I'm 6'3" and don't want this jacket to be too short. Thanks

          Do you think that this wind jacket will...

          Do you think that this wind jacket will breath considerably better than a similar coverage arc'teryx gore-tex xcr storm shell during heavy exertion?

          What do you feel that this jacket would be like as a summer mid-layer under that storm shell? Do you think that the two hoods might conflict?


          Does anyone ever feel clammy in this...

          Does anyone ever feel clammy in this material (stretch nylon ripstop)?