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Emergency rainwear for any light and fast endeavor.
Weather can roll in quickly in high-altitude climates so be prepared with the Patagonia Women's Super Cell Jacket. Its waterproof breathable Gore-Tex membrane protects you against Mother Nature's violent mood swings, while the Super Cell's Paclite technology enables it to pack down to nearly nothing when not in use.
- Waterproof, windproof, and breathable Gore-Tex shell with Paclite technology protects against wet elements and helps keep weight and space to a minimum
- Watertight, coated zippers seal out moisture
- Paclite technology enables the Super Cell to pack down to nearly nothing
- Full Reach gusseted underarm panels let you reach without raising the body of the jacket
- Underarm vents ditch excess heat and moisture when you work up a sweat during your climb or hike
- Optimal Visibility hood is helmet-compatible and has a two-way adjustable hood with laminated visor to provide good visibility in poor conditions
- Micro-fleece lined neck and wind flap supply next-to-skin comfort
- Touch Point System features embedded cord locks in hood and hem for quick-and-easy adjustments
- Low-profile gusset cuffs create a tight wrist seal
- Harness- and pack-compatible pockets include supple, watertight, coated Slim zips that reduce bulk and weight
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I wanted a high-quality shell for alpine hiking. This fits the bill. Lightweight and with pit zips for warm days at the base, but large enough to fit over layers at altitude. Light and packable - I find myself throwing it in my bag for use around town, too. And it looks good. In a perfect world I would prefer it to be a bit longer in length, though.
I am trying to find an outer shell to go...
I am trying to find an outer shell to go over a down coat I bought on here earlier....the Patagonia Downtown Jacket. I was just wondering if this might work with it? I have an XL in the Downtown because I thought I needed to layer under but it turns out I also need to layer with this over it. I am also looking at the Marmot that is in the outlet sale but it appears to have a more slim cut and I'm thinking might be too tight.
the Marmot Spire is the other jacket I mentioned.
Tough call here, but an XL would definitely be worth a try in the Super Cell, or possibly the Torrentshell from Patagonia that might offer a little more room. The Downtown Loft jacket is a little puffier that the typical down jacket that would be used as a mid layer, I'd be interested to hear if either jacket works for you when you get it. Hope that helps!
Is this a good skiing shell?
Is this a good skiing shell?
This is definitely a great shell for skiing, but is on the lighter weight end of the spectrum for hard shells. It utilizes Gore Pac Lite which is fully seam taped and waterproof. Personally I use this as more of a backcountry skiing shell and it works great, for resort skiing something like the Patagonia Piolet or Powder Bowl would be my preference.
What is center back length? Does this...
What is center back length? Does this jacket have two way zipper?
There is no two way zipper and it is 29" long in a medium.