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Get out and stay out!
- Polartec Power Dry moves moisture away from your body and dries quickly
- Stretchy shell fabric is more durable and won't limit movement
- Zip chest and hand pockets for storage
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This is a fantastic mid-layer. I am picky about my layering. I am thin and live in a place that can get pretty nasty in the winter. I am 5'8" 135 pounds, the small fits perfectly. My other mid-layer is The North Face Jakson Jacket, and while this is not as warm for the nasty stuff, it is more versatile. The fabric pattern is very similar to the UA 3.0 and 4.0 base layers. The sleeves are long and you have to be creative if you want a normal looking cuff if moving to a casual setting. Just pull it inside itself and you can get a clean looking normal cuff. These two mid layers cover everything I would ever need. Oakley is starting to make some nice gear. Great fit, good pockets, polartec power dry is awesome. Buy one.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Seth is right, this is a killer mid-layer. I also own The North Face Jakson Jakcet, which although warmer, is not as versatile as this. I am 5-8 135 and the small fits perfect. Polartec Power Dry is awesome, love this jacket. Has good pockets, great fit, and traps the heat, while still breathing. Oakley is making some nice gear these days.
Nice light and warm.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This is my favorite layer piece. It's a Polartec Power Dry fabric. This would be a second layer. Great breath ability, inner waffle fleece allows this. Hand and chest pockets, chest pocket works in conjunction with the Unification Hard Shell chest pocket. 2 hand warmer pockets above waistline. Doesn?t take up much room in the pack either.