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Triolet pronounced tree-o-lei.

For the backcountry enthusiast who is up at 5 a.m. every morning to get first tracks before other skiers are even out of bed, Patagonia introduces the Triolet Jacket. Made with Gore-Tex Performance Shell, it will breathe easy and block water for seasons to come.
  • 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
  • Three-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

Best Jacket I Own - Or Have Ever Owned

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large

Shouldn't be a shocker that it's so nice for the price, but I got it at the Patagonia Outlet in Reno with a coupon...so the price wasn't an inhibitor. The construction is incredible, to my eye. I have not used it a ton, but have taken it skiing, hiking in downpours, and am looking forward to putting it to some nasty tests in the Olympics over the years. So far, the Gore-Tex hasn't even thought about soaking through.

Reviews said that the arms run super long, which is absolutely true. My arms are too long for many jackets, and its great for getting the jacket over my ski gloves, so I love the long arms. I am 6'3" and 200 lbs, and I squeeze into a Medium because I like the snug fit for athletic activities. The jacket is longer in the back, so the length is OK. If you get this jacket, I'd recommend just buying for your desired torso fit, and accept that the arms will likely run a little long if you prefer a loose fitting torso size.

I am 5'10, 180 lbs and I am looking at...

I am 5'10, 180 lbs and I am looking at using this jacket for climbing trips and for skiing. I want to be able to fit a wool base layer and a down sweater underneath it. I would like it to be a little baggy for skiing, but not too baggy because I want to use it for climbing trips as well. Should I go for a large or medium?

Best Answer Responded on

If you want it to be on the loose side of the spectrum get a Large. Remember you can always try out both, we will cover the return shipping back for one of them.

5 5

The perfect jacket

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

This jacket performs and looks just perfect. Used mainly to ski instruct all winter, very breathable and easy to fit over multiple layers. The only issue I have is the velcro cuffs don't seem to be very strong. Backcountry was VERY helpful and sent me a brand new replacement. These guys really know thier customer service!

Ice climbing at the back of Wanaka

Ice climbing at the back of Wanaka

Steffi climbing in the Triolet jacket on Blackpeak

5 5

Excellent jacket

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

Love this jacket. I'm 6'1", 180 lbs and a medium fits like a dream. I've had it for about a year, taken it on backcountry skiing adventures and wore it just about every day in the winter. Even with a relatively slim fitting medium I can comfortably layer two or three fleeces/sweaters/jackets underneath it so it keeps me warm in any weather. Huge pit zips are great for spring skiing ventilation. The sleeves weren't too long either. If my arms are outstretched, they come just beyond my wrist, which I like. Overall the best shell I've come across.

I'm 5'11" and weight 134 lbs. what should...

I'm 5'11" and weight 134 lbs. what should be the right size for me?
thanks
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5 5

Love this jacket.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've had this jacket for a year now and love it. It's my ski (touring) jacket and it's bombproof. It's not a super stiff material, so it's fairly comfy, too. I love the performance shell's breathability,but I'm glad it has huge pit zips to dump heat. I wore it mountaineering in the Himalayas with a stoic wool base layer and a puffy on cold days and I couldn't have been happier.
Sizing: it does have long arms, which is super nice for climbing or skiing in it, but a bit annoying for just general use. The torso is sufficiently long as well. I'm 5'10.5", 145lb, and I went with the medium which is perfect with a layer or two underneath and is roomy without extra layers.

5'7 135-140. Pretty skinny, slightly...

5'7 135-140. Pretty skinny, slightly athletic. I am looking to purchase a new shell for the winter namely because my old paclite is trim and takes all of the loft out of my down jacket, especially the arms and is tight in the pits. I typically go for a small, should I size up to a medium?

Responded on

I'm a lanky 6'1/160 and the medium is the best fitting jacket I've worn in a while. As has been mentioned, it's a great compromise where the cut isn't baggy but putting on something warm underneath doesn't constrict anything.

A nice part about the sleeves is they are longer than typical. This means that as you're moving around, looking for a hand hold, planting your pole, going into a tuck on your road bike, etc. you don't end up with a bare wrists.

The pits here aren't tight. They are cut so you don't get a lot of movement when raising your arm (climbing for instance). The cut is similar to the jacket in this video - check out the hem, sleeves, and pits when he raises his arms: http://youtu.be/N6-S_-RNUTU?t=6s

5 5

Excellent

I got this for backcountry skiing, and really have no complaints. The 3 layer Gore Tex kept me dry in some pretty wet snow conditions last winter. The Balsam Green color is really quite nice (like on the Patagonia site). The pockets are high enough as to not interfere with a pack's hip belt. It seemed to vent pretty well keeping it on while hiking up with the pit zips and chest pockets open on a blue sky day. I noticed the same thing others did with the longer sleeves, but it doesn't bother me because I always cinch up wrist straps so sleeves fit easily into my glove cuffs.

3 5

Wanted to love it...

This is a really nice jacket that just falls short of being great. Those few shortcomings killed it for me, but it was really hard for me to return still.
Firstly, the sleeves are ridiculously long, even for a guy like me who always thinks sleeves are short. They cover my entire hand, to the point where I can't grab stuff without them getting in the way. Beyond t.nat fact, gore performance shell is nice, but it's Devi Italy not as light as pro.

The things I loved about this jacket were the cut, minus the sleeves. It isn't too baggy in a large for me (6'2", 185 lbs), the length was great... Not too short or too long. Think right between the Arc beta and Theta. Also, the channel blue color is awesome looking. The two chest pockets are amazing in addition to the hand pockets.

I'm gonna try the super pluma, but will miss the two chest pockets sorely.

Responded on

Switch to a medium. The cut on the SP is very similar. The alpine climbing jackets from Patty will have longer arms and the pit cut to allow for coverage when reaching things - switching to another climbing jacket won't fix your issue!

I am 6'2" and 210 #'s - I want this jacket...

I am 6'2" and 210 #'s - I want this jacket to fit a bit baggy - what size do you think?

Best Answer Responded on

I'm 4" shorter than you and a bit lighter. I'd consider a large baggy in Patagonia jackets. You should go at least XL.

Responded on

T.S. -- I'd say you could even go XX here. I'm 6' 170 and I'd go XL myself for a baggy fit. XXL should do it for you I think.

4 5

Bomber Coat -Some flaws- still awsome

Just got this coat. First impressions; awsome construction, style, materials and overall just a sweet coat.
Pros: Super tough material, light weight, perfect alpine fit ( 5'10 165lbs 42in chest 32 waist) Med fits slim with plenty of room to layer underneath while not being bulky at all. A little bigger that some ultra-technical fitting Med's, but that is perfect for a base layer, fleece, and even slim vest under for alpine climbs and boarding. Don't feel constricted like some alpine coats. Hood is sweet for over a helmet, or not as well. Pockets rock. Color green is sweet - not too dark, and not too bright. Light weight.
Cons: Price - for this price, it should be ProShell, but I got mine elsewhere for 50% off! - do some homework. Material is very noisy - never had a goretex that was so noisy - no hunting in this one. No stetch panels. Sleeves really are as long as other reviews have said. Unless you are an ice-climbing orangutang - you'll have to sinch the cuffs or it'll go totally over your hands. Also should have one extra i-pod pocket inside. Onlu a H2o bottle pouch inside.
Overall- I love it. My new mountaineering shell for all-purpose wet/snow work. Styling is up there with Arct for that pro-look. Feels super tough. I have long arms, so I can live with the sleeves. Just don't pay too much for a Performance shell coat!

5 5

So good.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I needed a tech shell to go with my AT setup and I figured this would do the trick. This shell is very waterproof, well fitting, and extremely green. The sleeves are a little long, but I am kind of a short-armed person and I bought an XL because I like baggier ski outerwear. There's also plenty of room underneath for layering.

It couples with my Trew Eagle pants really nicely, giving me the ultimate mountain dry suit that fits baggy and comfy. After 2 full seasons of use, it is still doing the job well.

4 5

Much improved fit. First impressions

This was a very surprisingly well fitting jacket when I first put it on. In the past, like as recently as December 2011, I had simply written off Patagonia as a company that doesn't make clothes I can fit in. This shell changed that.
I am 6'3" about 190lbs and my sleeve length is 36. I basically can't find shirts that fit properly without going custom. (which I never do) And to my point, any jacket from Patagonia I ever tried on was boxy, short and the arms didn't fit by at least an inch.
This Jacket is the opposite of this. The sleeves on the large are almost too long, which is definitely a good thing as that's never happened to me before. The body fit is generous enough for layering over a down sweater, but not so big that its ill fitting.
It seems Patagonia has changed their sizes for the better and I am very happy about that.
4 stars until I have a chance to use it for it's intended purpose.