menacex750 wrote a review of Mountain Hardwear Offwidth Softshell Jacket - Men's on June 29, 2011
This jacket is fairly light-weight and easily a top choice for whatever your endeavors, be it climbing, mtn biking, traveling, etc. The material has a good bit of stretch built into it, making it pretty comfortable. At the same time, the material is also pretty durable and a snag on the rock face or a fall off a bike at speeds leaves the jacket looking like nothing ever happened to it. The jacket has an athletic cut and a size SMALL fits me pretty well, not overly fitted, or baggier than you'd want. For descriptive purposes, I'm 5'4" with a pretty short upper body. Suit jacket size 38S (37.5 chest) with a 31.5 sleeve. The jacket's backlength measures 25.5 inches from the base of the collar to the hem, and sizing is consistent with other smalls in this model. The sleeves run just a little pass my wrists, ensuring that my entire forearm stays covered when reaching for that next handhold. Styling wise, you'd be a walking MH advertisement when wearing this jacket. The stock photo above already shows 4 MH logos, and then there's another nut logo on the back just under the collar, and mine came with a nut logo on the left shoulder as well. A previous reviewer commented on how the zippers tend to stick out, but this can easily be fixed by just tucking them in with a bit of finesse. All in all, a great jacket that can be worn all year depending on your layering needs.