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Patagonia Triolet Jacket - Women's


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    The Patagonia Women's Triolet Jacket utilizes a three-layer Gore-Tex polyester fabric to deliver tough, waterproof, breathable protection from high alpine weather. While protecting you from the piercing winds and frozen precipitation while on high, this jacket lets any sweaty moisture that's built up escape to keep you dry and comfortably warm. The Optimal Visibility Hood with laminated visor fits over any sized helmet and is two-way adjustable to deliver enhanced visibility in even the worse conditions. If the built-in breathability of this jacket isn't enough, Patagonia installed watertight, two-way zip vents in the gusseted underarm panels to let you dump excess body heat without raising the body of the jacket. A dual-adjust drawcord hem seals out weather, while the elasticized strap at the back connects to any Patagonia Snow pants to prevent snow from getting in when you take a spill.

    • Waterproof, windproof, and breathable 3-layer Gore-Tex laminate
    • 100% 75D polyester face fabric
    • Optimal Visibility Hood fits any helmet
    • Multiple watertight zippered pockets
    • Watertight underarm vent zips
    • Low-profile cuffs use hook-and-loop for tight seal
    • Dual-adjust drawcord hem
    • Item #PAT00YJ

    Tech Specs

    [membrane/laminate] Gore-Tex (3-layer), [face fabric] 75D polyester (DWR)
    yes, Optimal Visibility Hood
    [external] 2 chest zip, 2 front zip, [internal] 1 catch-all
    two-way underarm zips
    Claimed Weight
    18.3 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition, skiing & snowboarding
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    Tried and true.

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

    Long story short, the Triolet is an amazing shell. I have the 2011/2012 version of this jacket and it is undoubtedly amazing. I've never owned such a bombproof jacket. I'm having a hard time believing that it's coming up on 5 years of wear and tear because admittedly it looks never worn when the reality is, is that I wear it all the dang time. Initially I picked this jacket up after a tumultuous relationship with a funky H2n0 hybrid shell and was pleasantly surprised at how versatile it was. I wanted it for very basic reasons, you know, hiking, riding bikes around town, trail running, climbing, etc and I've been incredibly impressed with its performance since then. It's transformed into the Do-Everything shell (from hiking, biking, trail running, climbing, to resort skiing) thanks to its sleek, athletic construction and dependable windproof and waterproof qualities. I can't get over the fit - however I have noticed that the new Triolet runs a little larger and longer than my edition. The hood is super easy to adjust, as is the hem. The chest and hand pockets are harness friendly and the underarm zippers are relatively gloved-hand friendly. I have Nikwax-washed this jacket a two times since buying it, but I do wash it at least once a season to reboot the Gore-Tex material. I highly, highly, highly recommend this jacket if you're looking for a Jane of All Trades!!!

    The best

    • Size Bought: small

    If you want a jacket for just about anything, this is the one to get. Amazing quality. This jacket is perfect in every way and protects you from all of the different elements. I have only started to use it but think it will last for quite some time.

    To Love and To Cherish

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

    I have the 2012 version of this jacket, but it is without question the toughest, most versatile shell you could ask for. I have used it as a rain jacket while hiking, backpacking and trail running, as a badass wind layer while nordic skiing and mountaineering, and in combination with a puffy as a full-on jacket for downhill skiing. (I bought a size up from what I normally would to be able to pack layers underneath). With 3 layers of Gore-Tex, this baby stays dry much longer and insulates better than your typical rain shell. For warm weather pursuits, this jacket breathes well, and if you need a little extra vent--pit zips to the rescue! The hood is helmet, pom-pom beanie, and top-knot compatible! I do not leave for any type of adventure, regardless of the season, without the Triolet jacket stuffed into my pack. I have used mine heavily for 3 years and it's still holding up like a champ--that's Patagonia for you. The price tag may be higher than a lighter shell, but it's worth it--you are getting a rain jacket, wind shell, and warm layer all in one--and it won't quit before you do!