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Maybe you need tougher friends, or maybe your friends just need better jackets.

Everyone around you is shivering and debating whether or not they can manage one more run before the day is over. You are always ready for one more run, and so is the Women’s Rubicon Rider Jacket from Patagonia. The durable H2No polyester shell and environmentally friendly insulation keep you dry and warm even if the weather isn’t all sunshine and smiles. You might have to slay this last run by yourself while your friends watch from the lodge.

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2 5

No room for women with hips

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small

This parka is wide through the shoulders then straight down. No room for hips so it fit too snug in that area. I wish it would have fit because it is so well made and great looking

5 5

Ski Jacket Becomes All-Purpose Jacket

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I can't say that I have worn this jacket skiing yet (my original intent in buying it), but I can say that I have worn it hiking and around town to keep me warm as winter comes. First impression: I love it. I opted for aqua - the color pops and is true to the product image. I can already tell that the fleece detailing around the neck is going to be a huge win once snow becomes part of the equation. There are also a lot of great pockets to store your media player/phone and two large internal pockets that could easily fit a pair of gloves.

In terms of fit I went for a size S and it is a little big on my frame (I am 5'4" and on the petite side). The sleeves are a 1/2 inch too long, but with this said, I think I am going to be glad for the extra room come ski season when I can layer up with fleeces and such!

5 5

Excellent jacket

So far, so good are my thoughts on this jacket. I bought this to have something heavier and durable (with a hood) to wear snowboarding. I've only worn it to the hill one day but it performed superbly. I was warm, protected and I love the pockets on this jacket. Despite falling down all day (I'm a beginner snowboarder) I was warm and dry underneath this jacket. Another good thing to note is I wasn't cold on the ride home. Usually I tend to sweat a lot while snowboarding which results in being cold in the car on the drive home. This time I was nice and toasty the whole way.
I've also worn it hiking- I do fieldwork for a living and I've worn this a few times. It was maybe 20 degrees out the day I first wore it hiking. I layered pretty heavily underneath it (a habitat of mine because you just never know how cold or warm you'll get), wearing a long sleeve thermal baselayer, a breathable t-shirt and a wool sweater. I could have fit a thin fleece on too if I wanted more layers. The jacket kept me very warm and a few miles into the hike when I was starting to sweat I used the pit zips. Excellent. Definitely a great jacket for both the hill and other outdoor activities.
A side note too is that it's very flattering. Even when I feel (or look) like the abominable snowman outside with all my layers or snowboard gear, this jacket still looks great while keeping a girl warm. I'm about 5'7 with broad shoulders and I bought a large. It's a little bit but I'd rather have more room than feel claustrophobic in my jacket.