Mountain Hardwear Stretch Cohesion Jacket
Price Paid: 100$
This is my favorite multipurpose item for foul weather.
I am currently living in Alaska and in the fall/spring I use it with a running shirt while running when it is raining with all the vents open. Put a puffy under it and use it for halibut and salmon fishing in sh***y weather. Put a puffy and base-layer under it and you are ready for some truly foul weather snowshoeing. I also jam it in a stuff sack and carry it with me when backpacking in early spring or late fall in case of rain.
I would give it a full 5 stars; but, there is always room for improvement.
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CLOSEOUTS . Mountain Hardwear's Stretch Cohesion jacket is built for moving fast in the mountains, with a Dry.Q Core waterproof breathable membrane and allover stretch for easy movement through technical terrain. Available Colors: SAPPHIRE/BLUE CHIP. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.
- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version
Alpine weather changes fast. Mountain Hardware's Stretch Cohesion alpine climbing shell offers all-over stretch and full waterproof, breathable protection. Great for hiking, climbing and mountaineering.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Men's Cohesion Stretch Jacket DECENT FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Cohesion Stretch Jacket All over stretch for comfort and freedom of movement Attached, roll-away Ergo hood fits over helmet, single-handed drawcord for quick adjustments Pit zips for ventilation Cuff tabs and hem drawcords for quick fit adjustments Micro-Chamois-lined chin guard eliminates zipper chafe The SPECS Average Weight: 13 oz / 370 g Center Back Length: 30in. / 76 cm Fabric: Body: Ark Stretch 30D 2.5 Layer (100% nylon)
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
The Mountain Hardwear Cohesion Stretch Jacket offers you all-over stretch for climbing, skiing, and other alpine endeavors. The attached Ergo hood fits over a helmet and is single-drawcord adjustable so you don't have to take both hands off the wall to tighten it down. Underarm vents air things out if you heat up on the ascent, and a micro-chamois-lined chin guard is soft against your neck and chin.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version