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You've been eyeballing those clouds all afternoon, so when they finally open up and release a load of fresh pow, you and your Patagonia Storm Jacket will be ready. With a trusty layer of watetproof, breathable H2No fabric between you and the fresh offerings, body temperature will be the furthest thing from your mind.

  • H2No laminated fabric resists moisture and wind while allowing water vapor to pass through for temperature regulation and comfort
  • Adjustable hood covers and insulates you without compromising vision
  • Chest pockets remain accessible even when a mountaineering harness is worn over the Storm
  • Recyclable through Patagonia's Common Threads program

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This jacket is awesome!

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

I got this jacket in the mail right before I went skiing for a week in vermont. I was a little worried about the placement of the pocket, but they are not SO bad. I wore this in 15 degree weather with my patagonia down sweater, and a compression layer underneath. I was perfectly warm the whole time. It snowed for the whole time i was there, and when the snow melted on my jacket it slid right off. Over all i am very pleased with the performance, waterproofness, and breathability.


pockets no good. Jacket good.

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

Pockets are no good, way to high to use for your hands. Great material, nice long sleeves.

The pockets are high so you can use them with a backpack on

Valid point, if you're using this for backpacking most of the time that makes sense. I was using it for daily wear and the pockets were quite annoying.


Warm, dry and lightweight

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

This morning I took the Storm jacket out into negative degree weather (and -20 wind chills) for a winter morning hike. Underneath I wore a base compression layer followed by a smartwool top and then a 800 down shell. At no point during the hike was I cold around my core, and the only moisture I had to deal with was my sweat trapped on the inside. That said, the storm jacket is breatheable and offered me great waterproof protection. I haven't worn it in a downpour but don't really plan to -- this is my winter shell. Compared to the more expensive Gore-Tex options out there (such as the Triolet) the Storm offers waterproofing and a slightly warmer shell. Perfect for winter outings.

Where was the sweat trapped ... on the inside of this jacket or elsewhere?

It gets hung up on the hanging mesh liner on the inside. Thanfully it has pit zips so you can do your best to mitigate how much you're sweating inside.

armpit zips?

armpit zips?


Gets the job done, and then some.

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

The day I got this jacket two things happened.

It drop to just above freezing, and it rained for 5 days straight and then snowed for the last 2 days of the week. I biked threw it everyday to and from work, and let me tell you this jacket gets the job done.

Not only did it keep me dry and toasty (I wore it over a tee shirt and a hoody) but it breaths surprisingly well.

A perfect jacket to handle North Dakotas cold season

The only thing I could think of to make this jacket any better was if it came with a beard.