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Stay dry in backcountry tempests with the waterproof breathable Mountain Hardwear Women's Typhoon Jacket. Mountain Hardwear laminated this exceptionally lightweight rain shell with Gore-Tex Paclite Shell and micro-taped the seams to seal out the storm. Pull up the brimmed hood to prevent rain from pouring down your face and keep hiking. Articulated sleeves allow you to adjust your pack and tie your shoelaces without arm restraint. Unzip underarm vents to let out body heat as you move swiftly up the trail toward the summit.

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Are the elbows articulated?

Are the elbows articulated?

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I don't know anyone who has this jacket but from pictures I've looked up I don't think it does.

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How does it compare to The Blue Ridge and...

How does it compare to The Blue Ridge and Beta SL

does this jacket keep out the wind? i'll...

does this jacket keep out the wind? i'll be going to wales in january for 5 months in the springtime and I have to be prepared for all types of weather. would this jacket be a good fit for that?

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Yes windproof. Should be a great jacket for Wales. Make sure you get a couple good mid-layers like a down jacket and a fleece to pair with it.

is this jacket QUIET ??? I want to use for...

is this jacket QUIET ??? I want to use for bear field research and it must not be noisy

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None of my paclite jackets are noisy but they are no where near as quiet as a softshell. I would say this is definitely quieter than my pro-shell though.

I am looking to get this for my wife, and...

I am looking to get this for my wife, and was wondering if it has a stuff sack included for optimal packing or even better yet a pocket that it inverts and stuffs into?

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It does not, sorry. I've found the best way to pack raincoats, since they don't compress, is to lay them flat, fold them longitudinally in thirds, and then roll them up. Mine goes down to a little smaller than a Nalgene that way.

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Actually, I always invert one of the pockets and roll the jacket up into it... Works for me great! My boyfriend got this for me, your wife will love you for it ;)

5 5

Color is much more GREEN in person!!

I love this jacket! The color issue was to my benefit as I love the color green. Fits nice and I was AMAZED on how well it is made, down to every detail! I like the bill on the hood, makes the perfect tent to keep your face dry. Only negative is the lack of inside pocket(s) but I knew that before I bought it. Can't wait to test it out in the rain!

I am looking for a rain Jacket (more of a...

I am looking for a rain Jacket (more of a parka?) that comes below my hips and is very packable and breathable. I hope to spend not much more than $150. Could you help me?

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This jacket is super packable. I invert one of the pockets and stuff the whole jacket into it. It is VERY lightweight. I wouldn't consider the material breathable however it has zippers in the armpits so all you gotta do is unzip those and you're good to go. I would not consider this jacket to be long, but it does come below my hips. I LOVE this jacket!

2 5

Too Short

I wasn't very impressed with the jacket when I received it. The colours online make it appear to be a lot more yellow than it truly is. I also wasn't impressed with the length. If I were hiking and had to put my arms up, I would have to constantly readjust it so it didn't stay around my middle.