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Even if the weather forecast shows nothing but sun, a rogue thunder shower can show up at any time when you're hiking through the backcountry. With the lightweight Patagonia Men's Torrentshell Pullover Jacket in your pack, you'll be ready for wet weather whenever it strikes. Made from H2No Performance shell fabric that provides Patagonia's highest level of waterproof and breathable protection, this pullover can be stuffed into its own front pocket for compact storage so you can always bring it along.

  • H2No Performance Standard shell fabric is made from nylon ripstop with a waterproof/breathable barrier and a Deluge DWR finish to provide Patagonia's highest level weather protection
  • Fully taped seams and DWR treated zippers keep wet conditions out
  • Regular fit leaves room for layers on chilly days
  • Chest deep front zipper provides ventilation when down
  • Fixed adjustable hood rolls down for compact storage and provides added protection in stormy weather
  • Entire jacket can be stuffed into the front torso pocket for compact storage
  • Micro-fleece lined neck is soft against skin
  • Elastic cuffs and a drawcord hem seal to keep moisture out and warmth in
  • Zipped torso pocket keeps valuables safely stowed

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Great Fit, Great Jacket

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 5'5"
    Weight: 150 lbs
    Size Purchased: Small

This is a great, packable shell that will fit easily in your pack. The colors are great--highly visible--and it keeps the rain and wind out, which is exactly what you want it to do. It traps heat a little more than I would like, and functionally, I usually like some pockets for my hands, but otherwise, I have no complaints. I would buy this again.


Outstanding Jacket

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:Runs large
  • Height: 6'0"
    Weight: 200 lbs
    Size Purchased: L

Great shell, especially for the price. Packs down pretty small, very durable. Breathable enough for summer but also a fine option for a shell in the winter. Would buy again if needed, but I doubt that will ever be a problem.


Great Rain Jacket

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 5'7"
    Weight: 140 lbs
    Size Purchased: Medium

I bought this jacket as a replacement for an older anorak that didn't keep the water out anymore.

This raincoat is incredibly pack-able! When packed it measures about 5" x 4" x 3". A little too bulky to keep in your pocket but very handy size for a backpack or briefcase. I use it whether it's a light drizzle or a hurricane. Either way, I stay dry.

Two downsides are that it does trap heat very well, and the hood is quite large. There's no vents under the arms or back so if you wear it during a summer shower it can get uncomfortable after a while. Also, when the hood is up and un-adjusted you can almost fit another head in it. I think I remember reading somewhere that it's purposely large to accommodate a helmet (for climbing) but with the adjustments it works fine and is a nonissue.

Pros: Pack-able, Very Water Resistant, comfortable, light, and it comes in an array of different colors.

Cons: It is a bit expensive for what it is, not the most breathable thing to wear, and the hood is kinda big.

My body is between sizes: chest 40" (Med.); waist 36" (Lg).

I have been buying size Med. Patagonia base layers lately. Got a pull-over Fleece for Christmas (no zipper) in a Lg, and had to send it back--too huge. What size should I go with in this jacket. Am going to use it for riding my bike on rainy days.

5'10" tall approx. 160-165lbs.


Tough call, but since a medium baselayer fits you well I would try a medium here in the Torrentshell.


Great Jacket

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

I love this jacket! It repels rain and wind very well. It also packs small into its own pocket so you can take it anywhere. It fits well and I like the two tone colorways they have. Light weight and simple, has everything you need and nothing more!


Simple and Functional

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

I'm a big fan of this jacket. It packs down small, but comes up huge when storm clouds roll in. The fabric wicks moisture well, and is breathable enough to continue hiking or climbing without getting you all clammy.

The fabric also doesn't feel flimsy, as in you can mash through forests without worrying about tears.


Overall Great

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

The torrentshell pull over rain shell is a great product. The h2no fabric repels water amazingly. The only problem I have experienced with my torrentshell is that the cord locks at the end of the bungee straps came off after the first hike I took it on. I have taken it out many times since; though, I haven't experienced any more problems. The jacket does what it is meant to do, repel water and wind.

What is the center back length on this...

What is the center back length on this jacket? I'm tall, just curious if it'll work...

Best Answer

Center back length for a size large here is 28 3/4"

Torrentshell video review

Corey from Patagonia shares his thoughts on the Torrentshell Pullover Jacket.


Keeps you dry!

  • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit:True to size

I got this along with the Torrentshell Pant as a gift for my brother. He works at a golf course and gets stuck out in the wind and rain a fair amount. Nothing he has had in the past has been this sweet for rainwear. It is a mountain course so gets cold and windy as well. Durability is high based on him using it many days at work!

hello backcountry would this jacket...

hello backcountry

would this jacket handle a windy day on the range? and if yes to what extent?

thank you for your time

Best Answer

This jacket is completely windproof, so as long as you're warm enough insulation-wise, you should be good.


No one has the windproof rating on this listed including Patagonia but the H2NO membrane is a pretty gnarly membrane.

As Angus has mentioned as long as you have the proper insulating layers paired with this shell, you should be all set for a solid time outdoors.

Jared D.


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

I have been involved in outdoor sports essentially since inception. Through out this many year time period I have tried out many brands such as Patagonia, north face, ems, etc. and have never became more impressed than by Patagonia. Top to bottom this is the best gear making company out there and the Torrentshell Pullover Jacket is simply no exception. I have been sitting out in the woods being absolutely dumped on by rain and have remained dry and comfortable underneath the safety of the Torrentshell Pullover Jacket. Want to simply use this as a shell on a cold windy day? No problem the torrentshell prevails in all conditions! Great buy and for the money you can't find better!



    I love Patagonia stuff, but there is a reason that they keep recommending this as a more of an "emergency" solution to that surprise rain storm you weren't expecting. I have an older version without the front zip, but I find it gets pretty steamy inside! Some Pit-zips would have made this jacket much more endurable, although that would probably have destroyed it's "minimalist" nature. I wouldn't pair this with down, unless you like soggy down.

    I am actively looking for a better solution to the light weight waterproof jacket.


    yes yes yes

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

    This is my first Patagonia rain shell, and I love it. Have used it only a few days, but initial impressions are great. The hood is big, but today with wind and rain, able to synch down hood easily and make it tight to next not only in heavy rain, but in the wind. Pouch is easy to get to and not bulky. Cuffs at first i thought were a little tight, but great sleeve length for extending arms and movement. Waist cords synch down easy but easy to release as well. Tight to get on but once on doesn't feel baggy, wore it with light fleece underneath, true to size.