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Shadow Wind Hooded Jacket - Women's

4.333333333333333 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
$128.95
Color:Azalea

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Outdoor Research Shadow Wind Hooded Jacket

The Shadow Wind Hoodie is a category game-changer — a 5-ounce protective layer built to withstand gusty conditions and light moisture during active use. Made with bluesign® approved materials and featuring movement-mirroring stretch, this hoodie is breathable yet highly wind-resistant, making it the perfect outer layer for trail runs, backcountry touring, and windy beach walks. It provides light water resistance, features a hood that stows away into the jacket's collar when not in use, and zippered pockets for essentials. It also conveniently packs up small, using its zippered chest pocket as a stuff sack. The ideal wind-blocking layer for active use on windy ridgelines, breezy evening runs, or long days on the skin track, the Shadow Wind Hoodie is the perfect lightweight addition to any pack.


Responsible Collection
Bluesign Approved (nylon)
Material
90% Bluesign Approved nylon, 10% spandex
Fit
regular
Length
hip
Center Back Length
28in
Pockets
2 zippered hand, 1 zippered chest
Claimed Weight
4.96oz
Activity
hike & camp, run & training
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 3 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

May 30, 2024

Great windbreaker

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Size Bought:
M

I live on the Coast where it’s mild, but can be breezy. This jacket is the perfect solution. Fits great, with room to move. A bit stretchy, but holds its shape. Looks good, feels good-fabric is soft, not scratchy. Wish the hood rolled up into a collar, as the snap tab alone leaves it messy looking.

Explorer
4 out of 5 stars

April 15, 2024

flattering fit

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Size Bought:
M
Height:
5' 1"
Weight:
150

Was looking for a high-visibility running jacket similar to the Patagonia Houdini Air (wind resistance + breathability).  I have both the regular Houdini  (size L) and Houdini Air (M). Keeping this in M. FIT:  I'm 5'1, 150 lbs, 34DD, round belly. With a Smartwool 250 baselayer or a thin long-sleeved cotton t, fit is close to the body, but not tight (Corresponding Houdini sizes run much slimmer); pretty forgiving of my belly :) Perfect length for me, falling around mid-hip; Houdinis are longer, falling below my butt.   FEEL/FUNCTION:  I've worn this for multiple runs (incl. light rain, strong wind).  This feels somewhere in-between the Houdinis in terms of wind-blocking and breathability.  V. light rain beaded on the surface of the jacket, but left a mark when smushed into the fabric.  Material is a matte, slightly stretchy, more fabric-y (vs. plastic-y) material - like a slightly thicker/heavier Air.  Hood fits over thick pony-tail securely when fully zipped, and stays in strong wind.  Doubles as a running and casual jacket better than the Houdinis due to a more forgiving fit  around the mid-section (for looser-fitting street clothes), shorter length (more flattering for my short stature), and zippered side pockets.  Packs down small enough for an upcoming 2.5 week trip to Europe (24L bag).  COLOR:  Azalea appears neon coral in the pictures, which is what originally attracted me. Unfortunately, it actually is not neon at all, and is more like a salmon pink that leans more pink than orange. So disappointing. It is slightly see-through.  LOVE the green (Grove) colorway - something about the color + matte fabric texture + matching zippers makes it look SO smooth and rich and clean.  Did not intend to get this color, but decided to try (and keep!) it based on the (accurate) pictures. 

L K77
4 out of 5 stars

April 14, 2024

Decent wind resistance and breathability, flattering fit

Was looking for a high-visibility running jacket similar to the Patagonia Houdini Air (wind resistance + breathability).  I have both the regular Houdini  (size L) and Houdini Air (M). Keeping this in M. FIT:  I'm 5'1, 150 lbs, 34DD, round belly. With a Smartwool 250 baselayer or a thin long-sleeved cotton t, fit is close to the body, but not tight (Houdinis run much slimmer);  pretty forgiving of my belly :) Perfect length for me, falling around mid-hip; Houdinis are longer, falling below my butt.   FEEL/FUNCTION:  I've worn this for multiple runs (incl. light rain, strong wind).  This feels somewhere in-between the Houdinis in terms of wind-blocking and breathability.  V. light rain beaded on the surface of the jacket, but left a mark when smushed into the fabric.  Material is a matte, slightly stretchy, more fabric-y (vs. plastic-y) material - like a slightly thicker/heavier Air.  Hood fits over thick pony-tail securely when fully zipped, and stays in strong wind.  Doubles as a running and casual jacket better than the Houdinis due to a more forgiving fit  around the mid-section (for looser-fitting street clothes), shorter length (more flattering for my short stature), and zippered side pockets.  Packs down small enough for an upcoming 2.5 week trip to Europe (24L bag).       COLOR:  Azalea appears neon coral in the pictures, which is what originally attracted me. Unfortunately, it actually is not neon at all, and is more like a salmon pink that leans more pink than orange.  It is slightly see-through.  LOVE the green (Grove) colorway - something about the color + matte fabric texture + matching zippers makes it look SO smooth and rich and clean.  Did not intend to get this color, but decided to try (and keep!) it based on the (accurate) pictures. 

beanie5
outdoorresearch.com

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