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Mad Creek Anorak - Men's

2.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews

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Why We Built The Mad Creek Anorak

Speed-hiking, casual treks, multi-day missions in the high country—we built this anorak to perfectly balance breathable construction with weather protection for all your trail explorations. We also integrated vents in the hood gaiter, underarms, and back panel to allow you to push your pace while staying dry during inclement weather.


  • Wind shell suited for trail running and hiking in mixed conditions
  • Pertex Quantum Air materials prioritize air permeability for ventilation
  • Active fit accommodates under layers and supplies enhanced mobility
  • Snap-down hood stays in place for clear vision on rugged descents
  • Ripstop outer with DWR finish is both windproof and water-resistant
  • Dual zippered pockets stash your essentials in motion-friendly places
  • Hood and underarm vents are ideal for high-output activities
  • Item #BCCZ295
Responsible Collection
[face fabric] Pertex Quantum Air, 100% nylon (52% recycled), [finish] DWR
[medium] hip
Center Back Length
fixed, elastic, snap-down
1 zippered kangaroo, 1 zippered rear stowable
laser-cut hood, laser-cut underarm, rear cape
Claimed Weight
[medium] 6oz
Recommended Use
backpacking, hiking, trail running
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

2.5 based on 2 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

January 18, 2022

Interesting Piece

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
5' 11"

It's hard to say where this piece may fit into your wardrobe. Living in the PNW, I purchased it mainly for spring/early fall where a rainstorm can come out of nowhere. It packs down to the size of a sandwich. The pouch in the front is versatile and I appreciate you can button the hood down for when the wind kicks up or you bend to tie your shoes and the hood falls (or would have) over your shoulder. The material is water resistant but feels thin, like it may rip if you run your nail across it. The asymetric look is cool and I've found it breaths pretty well, especially if zipped open. You can comfortably lay the flap to the side as the model showcases and it stays put. On sale it's worth it. Full price, I'd pass. The elastic material around the waist is annoying. Previous reviewer was right, these run small. I wear size L in Patagonia but had to exchange the Mad Creek for an XL. Wish I had gotten the XXL honestly.

Michael A
1 out of 5 stars

August 16, 2021

Way to Small

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
6' 2"

"model is 6'2" wearing a size M" my butt! I am 6'2" ordered a large because I was skeptical about the length and even in a large it still looks like I am wearing a tube top and it requires constant adjustment to stay down. Any walking, bending, turning or even moving my arms slightly and this thing immediately bunches up leaving my mid section completely uncovered. Also, once it is on it fits okay around the shoulders, however it is very difficult to get on as the material doesn't actually stretch much and it often feels like it's going to be a "big man in a little coat" type situation. The chest zipper being off center makes this jacket really horrible. It doesn't breathe well, trapping a lot of heat which is barrable with the zipper down, however with the zipper down the hood and shoulders don't sit right because there is way more material on one side of the jacket than the other making it feel like there is a constant slight weight or pulling sensation coming from one side. Huge disappointment, it doesn't surprise me that these things are 50% off, however even with that said I would say these are ridiculously overpriced given how poorly they are designed.

Dave M