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When spring thunder showers threaten your weekend backpacking trip, pull the Mountain Hardwear Men's Stretch Capacitor Jacket from your pack and press forward. In addition to providing complete waterproof protection, the advanced Dry.Q EVAP shell fabric moves moisture away from your skin through hundreds of channels built into the fabric so it can rapidly evaporate, ensuring that you'll stay dry inside and out. Plus, stretchy panels on the back and sides allow you to move with complete freedom.

  • 2.5-layer Dry.Q EVAP shell fabric wicks moisture away through a series channels on the interior of the fabric so sweat can quickly evaporate, helping you stay dry and comfortable
  • Fully taped seams combine with the Dry.Q EVAP shell fabric for complete waterproof protection
  • Stretch panels on the back and sides allow you to move
  • Fixed hood with single-pull adjustment ensures a snug fit
  • Adjustable cuffs and a drawcord hem keep wet weather out
  • Zippered chest pocket keeps valuables securely stowed and close at hand
  • Front zippered pockets warm up cold hands

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XL -- sleeves are too short

  • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it
  • Fit:True to size

I'm 6' 3", and I'm finding that the light rain jackets seem to save weight by not making the sleeves long enough. I had the same problem with an XL Marmot Super Mica. The sleeves on the XL Mountain Hardwear Stretch Capacitor Jacket are way too short.

In addition, there is not enough velcro on the cuff to cinch the cuffs snug against my wrists(the XL Marmot Super Mica was good in that regard).


Does exactly what it says

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

I used this piece as an out-layer during a recent Rainier summit and I can tell you it's a nice piece. It keeps water out and while it doesn't breath all that well (it's a hardshell afterall) it was better than I expected. The stretch panels worked wonderfully. It is light and attractive. Definitely a keeper.