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Patagonia Dirt Craft Jacket - Men's


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    Zen, and the art of the dirt trail.

    Most stare at you incredulously when you tell them you enjoy trail running and mountain biking in Springtime's dewy, brisk morning weather. You tell them that the key is to keep moving, and don't forget to wear the Patagonia Men's Dirt Craft Jacket. This lightweight softshell has that special touch of warmth that shoulder season coolness calls for, as well as the stretchy breathability you need to keep moving comfortably. Patagonia added a DWR treatment to shed mud stains as well as rainfall, so you can keep a clean look after a dirty ride.
    • Lightweight, breathable, stretchy softshell
    • Durable Water Resistant treatment
    • Single-pull hem adjustment
    • Hook-and-loop cuffs
    • Zippered hand pockets
    • Zippered chest pocket
    • Item #PAT01AZ

    Tech Specs

    95% nylon, 5% spandex, DWR coating
    2 zippered hand, 1 zippered chest
    Claimed Weight
    10 oz
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking, trail running
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    On the bike and at the pub

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

    Initial reaction: Reminds of my beloved Arcteryx A2B, which I LOVE.

    This soft-shell is great. While it doesn’t feel like a dedicated cycling jacket, that’s what I like about it. I’ve worn it on the bike when it was extra chilly or I wanted to try a more casual look to finish at the pub. With a layer or two it was warm enough in the low 30’s without a doubt. On a high-country ride in northern Idaho I was out for 3+ hours so I had a pack. This was the perfect jacket to start the day in, then put back on for the downhill. I liked that there is no hood, which was my deduction of a star on the Houdini while on the bike.That said they are totally different intents and each jacket shines in it’s preferred conditions.

    Overall the fit was a little too relaxed for dedicated riding, but again that’s what made it versatile off the bike. I used the drawcord on the waist while on the bike. It actually packs reasonably well. Not so much as I could stuff it in a jersey pocket with ease, but it goes really well in my hydration pack, and also once when I rode it with a fanny pack.