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Outdoor Research Transition Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's

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    Skin to ski.

    Transitioning from skinning to skiing is generally the coldest part of days spent in the backcountry, but the Outdoor Research Women's Transition Hooded Fleece Jacket certainly quickens each transition. Developed for skinning, the Transition features a Polartec Power Grid fleece that excels moisture management and quick-drying comfort, and there are lighter, stretchier panels at the waist and underarms to ensure mobility and breathability. This light fleece also features a snug fit for easier layering, and the balaclava hood fits under helmets with ease.

    • Lightweight fleece for backcountry touring
    • Polartec Power Grid fleece manages moisture and dries quickly
    • Lighter, stretchier panels at waist and underarms
    • Balaclava hood fits snugly under helmets
    • Zippered chest pocket secures essentials
    • Item #ODR00IH

    Tech Specs

    [body] Polartec Power Grid (84% polyester, 16% spandex), [underarm panels] Polartec Power Grid (91% polyester, 9% spandex)
    Center Back Length
    25.75 in
    2 hand, 1 zippered chest
    Claimed Weight
    8.3 oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry touring, skiing, snowboarding, climbing, hiking
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    Must have for hiking!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Small

    I wore this jacket for 3 days straight hiking the Grand Canyon from North Rim to South Rim and it functioned perfectly.

    Temps were ranging from about 40 degrees - 60 degrees which is a little warm for this jacket, but because of the breath-a-bility it worked perfectly. It also warmed me up quickly after dunking in Ribbon Falls early in the morning. Throughout most of the hike I was in shade and would've been cold, but thanks to my transition jacket I was perfectly content.

    It did show light signs of wear on the back from my backpack, so I might recommend wearing this hiking or climbing wear the pack won't be rubbing up and down constantly on your back.

    On sizing, the small fit perfect and is my true size, however I would probably size up to a medium on my next one as it will fit a little bit more comfortable if I had on a long sleeve t. It will definitely layer under a shell great as it clings to your bod and is well tailored. I love that the design of the Polar Tec Power grid, where it keeps your front nice and warm, then is lighter on your back panel to help expel extra heat.

    Definitely a must have mid/base layer jacket.

    Must have for hiking!

    Take that, R1!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Medium

    What’s better than a Patagonia R1? The OR Transition hoody! It’s a grid fleece just like the standard R1, but the perfect weight and cut (Patagonia has been more recently making their lines more roomy/baggy/bulky at the waist—unnecessarily so). This thing is so snuggly, and it’s not too warm to wear while doing lots of cardio-related activities. I wore it on The Nose of El Capitan, S facing and direct sun. It blocked the sun, helped cut a bit of the wind, and allowed me to jug and haul 31 pitches without getting sweaty. And the Transition was there for me when I needed a bit of warmth too! I can’t wait to take this piece ski touring this winter! Size note: if you have broad shoulders, you might want to size up one size.