Mountain Hardwear Windshear Jacket

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The don't leave home without it is only true in cold…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Fabric: Gore Windstopper
Fill: ~200 wt fleece lining inside windstopper layer.
Price Paid: $150

The don't leave home without it is only true in cold weather. I call this jacket my bullet-proof jacket. Absolutley love it. It's like wearing a windstopper fleece with a 200wt fleece underneath it, but without the bulk that would result.

I wore it around Bozeman last week when it was well below zero and was comfortable (just a T and a microfleece under it) ...and can't seem to find it anywhere for sale these days...I have a family member who'd love to get one!

Highly recommend for cool climates.

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This jacket rocks. It has a nice snug fit and vents…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Fabric: Gore WindStopper with thick pile
Price Paid: $155

This jacket rocks. It has a nice snug fit and vents very well. It looks just like the North Face Denali but this one is on steroids. It is totally windproof. I wear this puppy in downtown Chicago during the winter and I'm toasty in it. The jacket is definitely worth the $155, but not its $250 retail. Try to find it cheaper. The only complaint I have about it is the high cut under arms. They were annoying at first, but I have gotten used to it. I highly recommend this jacket.

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Mountain Hardwear Windshear Jacket

Discontinued

The Windshear Jacket has been discontinued.

reviewers paid:
$150.00 - $155.00

The Mountain Hardwear Windshear Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor.

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