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Say goodbye to stiff shells.

Some mountaineering jackets have waterproof breathable fabric that makes you feel like you're wearing a stiff tarp. The Mountain Hardwear Nazca Jacket uses DryQ Elite fabric and subtle texturing to keep the shell soft and smooth and just as protective as the jacket-tarps.

  • DryQ Elite fabric blocks wetness and moves excess body heat and body vapor out fast so you can stay dry on the inside
  • Brushed tricot-lined body for a tiny bit of extra warmth
  • Water-resistant underarm zips dump excess heat
  • Chamois-lined chin guard won't rub when you have the jacket fully zipped in a storm
  • Adjustable hood stays on in howling winds and snow

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i was going to use this jacket as an outer...

i was going to use this jacket as an outer shell on a winter camping trip for day use, any suggestions for a warm lining jacket? Is this jacket possibly too light and breathable to be sufficient shell for winter camping. temps may be in the lower 20s. (In the evening I will have a warm winter coat but it's too bulky for tromping in the snow all day).

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It should work fine with the right layer under it. I would suggest a lightweight down jacket or a heavyweight fleece.

My size is around 6 to 7. But I found the...

My size is around 6 to 7. But I found the S size is 4~6, M is 8~10 for this jacket. Could you give me some suggestion which size should I wear? Thanks!

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Hey there, it depends on what you are going to be doing; do you want to layer underneath or have it fit athletically? Answering this question should give you the answer to the root question asked...

I'm looking for a rain shell for my...

I'm looking for a rain shell for my girlfriend, and this is one she'd like, But according to your site, it says its a winter/skiing kinda shell. Is it going to be too warm for spring/summer use,too? I've grown up a marmot whore, so I don't know but so much about mountain hardware. Thanks for the help

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Alex. This is a 2-layer waterproof (40K) breathable (35K) and air permeable (.05 cfm) jacket made utilizing our newest and most breathable textile... DryQ Elite. It would work great as a year round jacket despite being labeled as a winter/skiing shell. As a matter of fact, it would only work well for that use if it were layered with something else like a down sweater or heavier fleece. I hope this info helps!