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Ideal for the Alpine.

When the belay gets breezy, pull the Mountain Hardwear Men's Super Chockstone Hooded Jacket out of your pack and climb on. Its lightweight softshell fabric stretches for full mobility and is tough enough that you won't have to worry about dragging it across the rock face as you make your way up. With an active fit, this jacket offers enhanced mobility whether you're hiking, climbing, or hanging out at the campsite with your buddies, and it still leaves room for baselayers when the sun sets or the weather turns.

  • A versatile softshell for climbing, hiking, or peak-bagging
  • Chockstone fabric is abrasion-resistant and air-permeable
  • Low-profile hood can be worn under a helmet
  • Adjustable hem cinch and elastic sleeve cuffs keep out drafts
  • UPF 50 helps block harmful UV rays
  • Zippered pockets keep essentials secure
  • Item #MHW00V4

Tech Specs

Material
[body] Chockstone double weave softshell (91% nylon, 9% elastane), [lining] brushed polyester mesh
Fit
alpine
Length
hip
Center Back Length
28in
Hood
yes, fits under helmet
Pockets
1 zippered chest, 2 zippered hand
Claimed Weight
14oz
Recommended Use
climbing, alpine & expedition
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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Awestome Fit, Great Feel!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium
  • Height: 5'8"
  • Weight: 180lbs

I was amped on how great this jacket looks. I love the grey/ice color! This has great stretch with the Chockstone double-weave softshell fabric, so the comfort level is out of this world! I was able to try out the DWR as we had a slight sprinkle during the BBQ. Everything performed as expected! It kept me warm and dry on a cool fall afternoon! It's also got an adjustable hem in case the wind picks up and you need that additional security to keep the wind from blowing through your sails! Sweet piece! I went with the non hooded version, which can be found here:
https://www.backcountry.com/mountain-hardwear-super-chockstone-jacket-mens?rr=t

Pre-Test Review & Updated Review

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium
  • Height: 6'0"
  • Weight: 160lbs

To be honest, all I've done is tried this on once I received it. It's still way too hot in Kansas to warrant any kind of sleeves that go past the elbow. That said, here's what I think: I'm 6'0, 160lbs and bought the Medium. The color was true to the picture, the size was dialed in and it seems to be a very comfortable jacket. The sleeves are perfect, not too long but aren't short either. The feel is lightweight and will more than likely find its way into my pack this September when I'm in Colorado. I'll update this review once I put it through some fun.

Update
After 5 days in Colorado I have some more input for this jacket. I wore it every day at some point and it became my go-to jacket. After walking around town, bagging a 14er and doing day hikes I'm impressed. Even though is was windy, and the fact this isn't a wind shirt, here's what I did. With just a t-shirt on underneath the evenings got a little cool for the jacket at 40-45 degrees. Going up Antero, and with sustained winds of 20 miles, I had to pop on my windshirt over it and a base layer to keep the chill out. On top of Tincup Pass (12,154') it was once again too windy for this jacket with a t-shirt underneath. Paired it with a buddy's OR Ferosi and the two kept me warm enough. I did where this jacket as the day would warm up and was able to keep it on, and stay comfortable, well after the noon mark.

All in all this is a great jacket for it's intended purposes. I highly recommend and will continue to stash this in any bag I take anywhere.

Unanswered Question

How well would this piece layer over a Patagonia R1? Too tight or enough room for reaching/twisting etc?