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If the weather cools down grab your Mountain Hardwear Microchill Fleece Jacket and tell Old Man Winter to go fleece himself. Cush microfleece keeps you comfortable in the chill, and zippered hand-warmer pockets prove useful when gloves didn’t make the pack list. Dual hem drawcords allow for simple adjustment so you get the most natural fit while trekking through the mountains. There's even a micro-chamois-lined chin guard to avoid the irritation cause by most zippers.

  • Polyester microfleece construction
  • Dual hem drawcords
  • Micro-chamois-lined chinguard
  • Zippered hand pockets

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  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:Runs large

Pretty thin but functional fleece. Very breathable. Wore it as a layer when it got really cold skiing and was a nice addition to the lineup in that it provided a very functional layer to add warmth without bulk. Not something you're wearing solo on a windy or cold day, but don't think that's what it was designed for. Sale price is a good buy, but the full retail is a bit high for the value.


Love Mountain Hardwear but.....

  • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it
  • Fit:Runs small

I love Mountain Hardwear gear but unfortunately this had to be returned. The jacket runs a bit small. My NF fleece jacket is a XXL and fits comfortable but this MH fleece ended up a bit tight. Also the colors represented do not match the product. I ordered the Sherwood and it shows silver embroidery on the name and bolt, but when I received it the embroidery was a lighter green which blended into the color of the jacket and did not "pop" as much as the silver, which I prefer. I do not like when companies use a lighter embroidery for their name and designs that matches the color of the product. I have seen Columbia do this and have never liked it. The picture definitely needs to be updated on the BC website.

I have a couple of TNF jackets that have embroidered logos that are the same color as the fabric so that you don't really even see it unless you are face-to-face, which i really appreciate. in such an ad-rich culture as ours i like to see a little subtlety. Or better yet minimalism. ;-)