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Mountain Hardwear
HiCamp Shell Jacket - Men's

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Mountain Hardwear HiCamp Shell Jacket

If lugging firewood and getting the sparks to flame wasn't enough of a warmup, pull on the Mountain Hardwear HiCamp Shell Jacket. This campers' friend features rugged nylon outside and plush fleece next to skin, keeping us covered and cozy for late nights around the campfire.


  • Fleece-lined shell for fireside nights
  • Nylon shell offers rugged weather resistance
  • Sherpa fleece lining for heat retention in cool conditions
  • Drawcord hem seals in warmth for late-night comfort
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[face fabric] 100% nylon, [lining] synthetic sherpa fleece
1 zippered chest, 2 zippered hand
casual, hiking, camping
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

February 28, 2023

Close to a winner but needs small improvements

Well-made, good water resistance, and simple styling. Could be improved by insulating the pockets (no insulation or lining at all). The fit is also a bit odd. I'm a large in this although I'm a medium in the J Tree shacket, which I also have and fits perfectly (I'm 6'1, 175, +1 ape index for reference). The large fits my shoulders, but is too wide around the waist and bottom. The medium was way too tight around the shoulders/back, though the arm length and belly fit well - ultimately returned for a large since I couldn't comfortably bring my arms forward. If you don't have a climbers build (broad shoulders/back) it'd probable be true to size. Lastly, the drawstring along the bottom is a strange cinching system. The cords just hang out down there and it feels a bit cheap. A hybrid jacket that uses this shell for light weather resistance and the insulation of the J tree shacket would be perfect.


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