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If you've had enough of puffy insulating jackets that can't stand up to a little weather, make the switch to the Patagonia Women’s Solar Wind Jacket. This jacket wraps its lightweight, highly efficient PrimaLoft Eco insulation in a supple Windstopper softshell to deflect wind, snow, and light rain. The insulation stays drier, so you stay warmer. Layer the Solar Wind under your shell on stormy days, or enjoy its warmth, mobility, and breathability on its own on milder days on the mountain.

  • Interior quilting prevents shifting of insulation
  • Stitch-free sealed seams speed up the jacket’s drying time and keep bulk to a minimum
  • Patented Touch Point System embeds cord locks in the hem so you can quickly and easily seal out rain and snow
  • Harness- and pack-compatible pocket placement gives you multi-sport versatility
  • Cuffs are gusseted for better coverage over gloves and include low-profile hook-and-loop closure
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  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Purchased this jacket in size S, as I'm 115 pounds and 5'4". Fits absolutely perfectly. And it does live up to its claims. Lightweight, yet warm and wind resistant. I live in Truckee, CA, so I deal with extreme winds, etc.

Patagonia - Black - size S

    Wore it for the first time today in upper 20* temperature and wind, over a t-shirt and under a north face denali. Size is true, I'm a muscular/athletic build but still fit into a small. I would wear it with a long sleeve tighter shirt since it doesn't fit glued to skin, but it definitely blocks the wind. Bought it for use snowboarding on mountains-will normally layer it with a base, wool sweater, this, and snowboard jacket. Excited to see how it holds up!

    im looking at buying a ski coat or buying a vest (patagonia) to go under my north face rain type outer,

    however i looked at this and though wow id love a pink ski coat but this also has the primaloft!

    how would this fair on a cold day, would i still need to put my northface coat over the top or could i just layer underneath for skiing!

    it gets sooo cold if bad weather comes in