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Patagonia Adze Hybrid Hooded Jacket - Men's

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    A versatile mountain tool.

    Like its namesake, the Patagonia Men's Adze Hybrid Hooded Jacket is designed with versatility in mind. We've all had those days when its too cold and windy to climb in just a midlayer, but after wearing a hardshell for about ten minutes, you're sweating through your layers—this is where you need the Adze. Its Polartec Windbloc softshell fabric stops cold and biting winds, but it maintains a high level of breathability, so you can stay on the move without getting drenched with sweat. Stretch side panels provide exceptional mobility, while a helmet-compatible hood and harness-compatible pockets make the jacket fully functional when you're roped up. The cuffs are designed to stretch over gloves, leaving nothing exposed in alpine environments, and the no-bunch hem is adjusted from inside the handwarmer pockets.

    • Polartec Windbloc stretch softshell (three-layer)
    • Stretch side panels
    • DWR finish
    • Fully taped seams
    • Regular fit
    • Helmet-compatible hood
    • Hybrid cuff design with hook and loop tabs
    • Pack- and harness-compatible hand pockets
    • Chest pocket
    • Item #PAT00V2

    Tech Specs

    Manufacturer Warranty
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition, climbing
    [external] 2 harness- and pack-compatible handwarmer, 1 zippered chest, [internal] 1 chest
    yes, helmet compatible
    fully taped
    [body] Polartec Windbloc stretch softshell (3-layer), DWR finish, [side panels] 88% nylon, 12% spandex, DWR finish

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    Better than Arcteryx gamma mx

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Xl

    Ok so far I've had this jacket over a year and have worn the hell outta it . It's stretchy enough to layer a down sweater under it and keep u toasty n the teens and dam near waterproof . I chose it over the gamma because it's a warmer piece just to wear by itself

    Loves the Jacket

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    I got this jacket for my brother for his birthday this year, he hasn't been able to use it much yet, but it fits well and looks nice. We ran into some rain when we were up in the city of racks at the beginning of summer and it was perfect. It's obviously not a waterproof jacket, but the water resistance worked super well and kept him warm through the blustery wet day, while I was left shivering in my down coat with no wind/rain layer.
    Here are the bullet points
    Super good for spring and cold summer mornings on the crag,
    Nice wind and rain resistance
    Comfy and nice looking.

    The Adze Hybrid

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    I think this would be a great as a spring jacket. After going on a trio to SLC, I went into backcountry and tried on what seemed to be every single soft-shell they had, I thought this was the best option for what I wanted to use it for. I just wanted this jacket to wear to work to keep the wind off from the car into the building. I wore it for about 5 days and really tried to love it. The main Polartec windbloc fabric is great for that. However, the fabric used for its breathability, on the underside of the arms, through the arm pits, and down the sides of the jacket, is so thin it makes me cold if the temp is below around 45 degrees. I have to return it for that reason. I wanted a jacket like a NorthFace Apex, light, windproof, warm, and good quality without the "name". If I didn't already have a "spring"jacket, I would have kept it. I guess I'll have to keep looking for exactly what I want. I am 6 ft 190lbs with broad shoulders and longer arms. The Large jacket fit me perfectly.

    Adze Hybrid Hoody

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    Just got this jacket for xmas...worn it a several times and am very happy with it. The sleeves fit down to the base of my wrists, might be just a tad long but has velcro cuffs to adjust the sleeve opening , but so far not an issue. The hybrid stretchy material under the arms give this jacket great breathability. The inside has a soft fleece like lining on either side of the zipper and the inside back of the coat/hood has a honeycomb fleece type lining. So far has been very warm. Wore it all weekend in 30-40 temps with just a long sleeve shirt underneath. Looking forward to wearing this as a thermal layer on a ski trip to Utah in Feb!!

    Adze Hybrid Jacket

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

    Great jacket- love the fit and the stretch fabric. It's just what I expected from Patagonia.

    Ok guys I'm looking at either this or the gamma mx hoody what's gonna be the better buy

    Best Answer

    Oh man, tough to say, they are very similar. The Adze is going to act more like a soft shell, I would say go with this if you plan to wear it for more aerobic pursuits. If you wanted to get away with downhill skiing in a soft shell the Gamma MX is the way to go.

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