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Leave behind the sub-alpine world and probe the upper atmosphere in the Patagonia Troposphere Jacket. As you navigate a technical ice or mixed route, the Troposphere moves with you to accommodate even the most acrobatic moves and toughest reaches with your ice tools. If the whether proves less than favorable, don't sweat it; proprietary H2No fabric resists moisture while allowing breathability for temperature regulation so you stay comfortable.

  • H2No fabric blocks wind and water while allowing perspiration to pass out of the jacket to maintain an optimal internal environment
  • Dual front chest pockets rest above a harness to allow access to essentials even when you're strapped in
  • Adjustable hood helps you maximize coverage without sacrificing visibility
  • Patagonia tests H2No with Killer Wash, a rigorous 24-hour cycle that simulates the harshest of outdoor environments
  • Weighs just over one pound, keeping your overall gear weight down

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You Do Not Need A 3L Gore-Tex to Summit

You Do Not Need A 3L Gore-Tex to Summit

In this picture Casey and I are atop Denali, 20,320'. Some people will tell you that you absolutely need the burliest jacket to summit some of the burliest mountains. For me it comes down to layering. Underneath this jacket you would find (in order) Patagonia Micro Puff, Patagonia Down Sweater, Patagonia R1, and the Patagonia Capilene 1. By not having the burliest jacket I was able to hike at that altitude but not sweat, I think if I had a less breathable jacket I might have sweat causing dangerous condensation inside. Do not underestimate Patagonia's H2No, its awesome, and so is their company!

5 5

Bomber Jacket

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

I live in Colorado and am an avid Mountaineer. The quality of this jacket is superb. It truly does move with you as you climb. I have had it in torrential rain and had no problems, and thanks to the hood cinch in back you can secure it to your head or helmet. I own quite a few pieces of Patagonia clothing and have never been let down.

5 5

My all-purpose go-to protective shell..

The Troposphere shell is an outstanding shell for all seasons. The shell is great for regular day wear, protecting the user from heavy rain, to wearing it on the mountain as protection from snow and the elements. This jacket is hard shell (it is not insulated) and has more than enough room to fit insulation layers underneath the jacket. Also, if one ice climbs the shell is long enough to protect the mid section (since arms are often extended upward lifting the bottom of the jacket). I've used the shell in the Olympic and Cascade mountains of Washington state and LOVE it. The shell is light but durable, providing stretch throughout the jacket. This jacket also has excellent positioning of pockets. The two chest pockets are super user friendly, while those lower are still above the harness line. I recommend this jacket to any one who wants a technical, durable, stretchable light weight hard shell that looks great and useable for all seasons. This is a 5-star product!

5 5

Perfect for all four seasons!

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

I have had the stretch element which this jacket has replaced and now I own this one the updated much better version. H2No is definitely a waterproof fabric that breathes well in fact this being 2.5 layers means it breathes really well. I wear this as my ski jacket and as a rain jacket in the summer and with the pit zips almost never overheat when hiking in the summer rain. The fact that it stretches adds a lot of durability to the jacket itself. Instead of a lone stick poking through the jacket, the jacket has some give and wont pierce right though. The chest pockets are expandable which I enjoy as its easiest to stuff useful tools in that pocket when ski touring. Definitely an awesome jacket that I hope they never stop making. Paint brush red is definitely orange, the only con for this product.

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Hi, I am 5.7' and 166 pounds. Do i go with M?