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Stay dry.

The Montane Atomic DT Stretch Men’s Jacket is the ultimate wet-weather protection unit. Fully taped seams and 10K waterproof rated ENTRANT® DT Stretch material keep even the heaviest downpour from dampening your day. The stretchy material and active cut allow maximum mobility, so when you’re scrambling over boulders or climbing, you know this jacket won’t get in the way. The integrated roll-away mountain hood features single-hand operated face-aperture draw-cords and volume adjuster, allowing you full adjustability when one of your hands is occupied.

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2 5

Solid performance, but flawed design

Overall, love the slim fit and performance - it does a great job keeping you dry. However, there are better jackets for the money due to some overlooked design flaws. There are only 2 pockets (what you see in the picture), and they are awkwardly placed in the upper/middle chest area - so you cant put your hands in your pocket ever, and it's inconvenient to store things you want quick access to (ie. keys, cell phone, etc). These pockets are also the only vents as well, so you have to choose - use it as a pocket or as a vent (Why they chose not to do pit vents on a jacket of this caliber is beyond me). And lastly, the main zipper is flipped - so a lefty would enjoy this, but as a righty, it's just a daily reminder of how flawed the jacket is.

Responded on

Hi, I work for Montane in the UK, and would to make a couple of comments on your review.

The pockets are designed to be up where they are so as to be clear of a rucksack hip belt or harness, so the pockets can still be used. We vent the chest area with these mesh backed pockets because that is where your core body heat is generated, and venting here has a much more direct cooling effect than pretty much anywhere else. The jacket is designed to be lightweight and low bulk for fast moving mountain activities, so further venting would add more weight, bulk and cost. Finally as far as the main zip is concerned, I am afraid that is just a quirk of it being a British product. Just like we drive on the left, we and many other countries have our zip slider on the other side from the US. It becomes second nature after a few uses, as we know in Europe from the many American jackets with zippers on the other side for us. Thanks. Jake

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Methinks you bought the wrong kind of jacket completely. With the exception of the zipper thing, which is just a quirk of where it was designed, these are the features I'd expect and seek out in an ultralight shell for backpacking and hiking. I don't want the added weight of extra pockets, pit zips, etc and I don't want the pockets to be hard to use when wearing a pack. If you do, there are a million shells out there that fit the bill. No sense buying a moped and whinging about the fact it doesn't have any cup holders. :)

4 5

Rain Rain Come Again and Eat it!

6'0" 180 ordered a Large a month ago. I thought it would be heavier but it's very light weight. The hood is crafted perfectly to keep rain off your dome and I like the wire in the brim so you can adjust the shape of it. Zippers are bomb proof. It repels water like a ducks back and breathes very well. I run all the time with this bad boy when it pours in 30-40 degree weather and I'm content inside with a medium base layer. I also use it sailing and it rules. Pissed there's no mp3 pocket for the price so it lost a star. And there's more green in the blue color than the picture shows. Funky Teal would be a more suitable color name.

I'm 5'11'' and 180 lbs. Should I get a M...

I'm 5'11'' and 180 lbs. Should I get a M or L? Thanks

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Goso,

I'd get a Large, or even an XL if you want the extra coverage and layering options. I'm 5'8" 165 lbs and never buy smaller than a Large with jackets.

Happy trails!

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I am 6'0" 180, and I would never go larger than a medium. If you go larger, you will have more dead space to warm up and get caught on things. If you want to fit huge layers underneath (ie. huge puffies), then go large. Otherwise, I think a medium will fit a lot better. Hope that helps!

5 5

Great jacket! Top notch technology.

This jacket is totally waterproof, you could be under the niagara falls and you would not get a drop of water underneath this jacket. It's amazing!
The only con that I see is that sizes run very small. I am usually Large on most brands and I got the Montane Atomic DT on XL and it's not small on me but it's somewhat tight. I can't wear it with a hoody underneath, it's way to tight.

Besides that, what a great jacket!

Could i wear this as a shell if i had a...

Could i wear this as a shell if i had a fleece pullover for winter?

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Yeah. You'll want a long sleeve baselayer underneath the fleece, but this jacket will be fine for use in the winter.