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Made to play in the mountains.
From summer hikes in exposed alpine terrain to backcountry tours in winter, count on year-round weather protection from the Mountain Hardwear Men's Torzonic Jacket. It offers the right combination of flexibility, waterproofing, and breathability to ensure you stay dry and comfortable whether you're hiking, climbing, or skiing.
Dry.Q Active Ozonic fabric is stretchy and highly breathable so you can handle demanding activities without turning your jacket into a sweatbox. Meanwhile, strategically-mapped Dry.Q Elite fabric offers high levels of waterproof protection and durability where you need it most. The adjustable hood fits over your climbing or ski helmet, and it has a wire brim so your view remains uninhibited. Rounding things out are zippered hand pockets that can be easily accessed with a backpack or harness on.
- Dry.Q Active Ozonic 2.5-layer fabric
- Dry.Q Elite panels
- Alpine fit
- Helmet-compatible hood with wire brim
- Pack- and harness-compatible hand pockets
- Item #MHW00P6
- Q & A
Dry, Lightweight, Stretchy, Awesome
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Medium
This jacket is ideal for someone who spends extended periods of time moving under torrential downpours.
I don't understand what they used to make this jacket because it the most comfortable thing I own, which I've never said about any of my past raincoats.
This thing packs pretty well, it sheds water like plastic, is super breathable but blocks wind.
I'm in between sizes small and medium, but went with medium and its perfect (for outdoor use). The sleeves are nice and long (hang past my hands), and the jacket hangs down over all of my pants pockets. This is a personal preference of mine in regards to outdoor jackets. 9/10 people would have probably gotten the small. The material is super stretchy, and MTN Hardware stuff usually runs long in the waist.
The hood has rubber bands you can pull to tighten around your head, and is also large enough for a helmet. Also, the hood has a bill, which keeps the rain our of your eyes. The collar is tall enough to cover your mouth from the storm as well, with some micro fleece in there to avoid scratching...
I could go on...