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Stay dry in the Piolet from one season to the next.

Patagonia concocted the Piolet Jacket for the outdoor enthusiast who does it all. From weekend backpacks in the Sierras, to yo-yo laps in the backcountry and small forays into ice-climbing, the Piolet utilizes Gore-Tex Performance Shell fabric to keep you dry from one season to the next.
  • After a ten-year hiatus, Patagonia reunited with Gore-Tex to offer waterproof breathable fabrics and the earth-friendly technical simplicity you’ve come to expect from Patagonia
  • 2-layer Gore-Tex Performance shell is waterproof, breathable, and durable for seasons of use
  • Modified Y-joint sleeve construction for overhead mobility without jacket lifting at the waist
  • Two-way underarm vents dump excess heat
  • Two-way adjustable helmet-compatible hood with a laminated visor to direct rain and snow away from your face in inclement weather
  • Cord locks in the hood and hem to seal out rain and snow
  • Recyclable through Patagonia’s Common Threads Garment recycling program

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5 5

Excellent jacket

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size


I needed a shell jacket for snow kiting. This means: windproof, VERY breathable, with two-way front zipper to keep harness hook open, good hood which would fit over the helmet, underarm vents and good size pockets with easy sliding zippers. AND it should fit well over my body protection gear (Dainese jacket). All is in place in Patagonia Piolet jacket. At first I got size L, which is my usual size, but it was too tight over Dainese jacket. I replaced it with XL (one size bigger than my size) and it is perfect. I can put some under layer (polartec 200 thickness) without compromising the ease of movement. Absolutely windproof and breaths very well.

3 5

Sizing and liking.

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

My size 6'2'' and 187 lb. The medium was too tight fitting, so I suspect the large would have worked, but I just wasn't liking the velcro with the zipper system.

5 5

Great coat

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

This coat is a great one. Water proof and holds up in any weather.

Does this jacket have adjustable waist...

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Does this jacket have adjustable waist cinches?

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Yes this jacket had adjustable waist cinches.

is this jacket 50% off? for black friday?...

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is this jacket 50% off? for black friday? and would it does it fit small or larger?

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This particular jacket is not on sale, no. Patagonia rarely is. And their jackets tend to fit fairly snugly, so I'd size up if you want to layer underneath it. Check the size chart to be sure though.

5 5

Solid

I use this for splitboarding/skinning and touring. great shell jacket, keeps me dry and the wind out while still breathing and not letting me sweat like crazy. super light and packable. good construction.. highly recommend

Hi , this jacket is Good for skiing ?!?!...

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Hi , this jacket is Good for skiing ?!?! Or is Tot� light ?!?! Thank's

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This shellwill work great for skiing, per other reviews. Keep in mind that this is an uninsulated shell. You will need to layer under it for cold conditions.

What makes a shell convenient, is that you can layer for the exact conditions you're facing, and strip off layers if it gets too warm without sacrificing whter/wind proofness.

4 5

Solid

I mainly use this shell for skiing - both resort and storm or PNW backcountry skiing. I think that this is a solid workhorse-type shell. There's really nothing special about it, but that may be what makes it good. It's a good looking jacket, with clean lines (although in my opinion, it is not as well made as most Arc'teryx shells) and is relatively light. I got the large and it is fairly loose on me, allowing for layers and such. (I'm 6' tall, 175 lbs). I appreciate the fleece-lined handwarmer pockets and the high collar.

Would this make a good ski jacket? What...

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Would this make a good ski jacket? What other layers would be necessary?

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I wouldn't use it as a ski jacket, it's way too lightweight. You'd need at least 2 but probably 3 layers underneath if it was cold. Maybe if it was close to freezing or above, but even then you need layers as it offers little thermal protection.

i am 6.2 220lbs what sizes should i get....

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i am 6.2 220lbs what sizes should i get. most the time i get XL but some cuts the Large fits best....

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Unless you're really looking for a trim/snug fit I would go XL for sure for your size.

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i'm 5.10 75kg.
does medium has enough room for layering?

5 5

The Best!

By far the best rain jacket I have ever owned! Patagonia knows how to make gear and has never disappointed me.

Hello, I am 5'9" and 140 lbs with a med...

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Hello, I am 5'9" and 140 lbs with a med build, 38" chest and 29" waist. What size would be good with using a mid layer? Thanks.

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Medium should work for you.

Patagonia designers and ambassadors talk about our new Fall 2011 Gore-Tex jackets for skiing and snowboarding.

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Patagonia designers and ambassadors talk about our new Fall 2011 Gore-Tex jackets for skiing and snowboarding.

Jenna Johnson, Patagonia alpine business director, describes the 2-layer Piolet Jacket in detail.

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Jenna Johnson, Patagonia alpine business director, describes the 2-layer Piolet Jacket in detail.

Patagonia Piolet Jacket review with Patagonia Product Line Manager Jenna Johnson

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