Mountain Hardwear Tech Trilogy Jacket - Women's

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 2 reviews for other versions of the Tech Trilogy Jacket. Read all reviews »

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The Mountain Hardwear Tech Trilogy Jacket for women is the windproof piece you want for touring, track skiing, mountain biking, or just braving a breezy autumn. It's constructed with a WindStopper Tech laminate that is totally windproof to cut wind chill out but still highly breathable so you don't overheat. Its Gore WindStopper membrane keeps you warm with little weight relative to other fleece jackets, and has a huge comfort range due to its excellent breathability. The Tech Trilogy combines two stretchy fabrics, Gore Trango and Polartec Wind Pro, with a soft microfleece outer for extra flexibility and comfort. Designed specifically for a woman's body, the Trilogy sports an athletic fit, and works great as a midlayer.

- Backcountry Outlet

Take a bite out of the windchill during your alpine climbing excursion with this soft, windproof fleece jacket. Three-layer WindStopper® microfleece is windproof yet highly breathable. Alchemy stretch reinforcements on shoulders and backs of arms add durability while still offering windproof breathability. Polartec Wind Pro® at underarm panels traps body heat efficiently, while its enhanced water-repellent exterior sheds light rain and snow. Articulated sleeves allow freedom of movement for increased comfort. Two zippered hand pockets, zippered exterior chest pocket and interior zippered pocket hold essentials securely. Dual hem drawcords cinch out the cold. Closeout.


The Mountain Hardwear Tech Trilogy jacket is the windproof piece you want for touring, track skiing, mountain biking, or just braving a breezy autumn. Constructed with a WindStopper Tech laminate that is totally windproof but still highly breathable so you dont overheat.


Weight: 1 lb 2 oz / 505 g Use: Alpine Climbing Face Fabric: Windstopper Microfleece Laminate: Windstopper Lining Fabric: Polyester Microfleece Panel Fabric: Polartec Wind Pro Comfort Stretch Reinforcement Fabric: Alchemy Stretch Nylon Features Zip hand pockets Articulated sleeves Windproof and breathable WindStopper softshell reinforcements Dual hem drawcords Zip chest pocket Polartec Wind Pro underarm stretch panels Interior zip pocket

- Moosejaw

Mountain Hardwear's windproof and water resistant Tech Trilogy Jacket minimizes convective heat loss while optimizing your mobility in a trim, ready-to-climb design. The Gore Trango woven polyester/Lycra face is laminated to a WindStopper membrane that effectively stops chilling breezes without stifling vapor transfer from inside the jacket. Stretchy Polartec Wind Pro stretch panels combined with an articulated sleeve construction optimize your range of motion without exposing inner layers to the cold. If you prefer to climb in exposed, windswept locations, the Tech Trilogy has you covered. Windproof, water resistant and breathable polyester microfleece/Polartec Wind Pro comfort stretch/Gore Trango shell fabric Gore Trango stretch reinforcement material Wind Pro comfort stretch panels beneath sleeves Windproof and breathable Gore WindStopper laminate Articulated sleeve construction Internal pocket Zippered dual front hand pockets Dual drawcords along hem for optimal fit Lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship Weight: 17 oz. (505 g.) in size 8

- Altrec Outdoors

Mountain Hardwear Women's Tech Trilogy Jacket


The Women's Tech Trilogy Jacket has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$56.99 - $190.00

The Mountain Hardwear Women's Tech Trilogy Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 20, 2007 at Backcountry Outlet.

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