Patagonia Stretch Latitude Jacket

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The Patagonia Women's Stretch Latitude Jacket's waterproof breathable fabric has stretch reinforcements over the shoulders, down the sleeves, and through the hips. This way, you'll stay dry throughout wet alpine climbs without sacrificing mobility on your alpine climbs. This three-layer hardshell weighs a mere 18oz and is super compressible, so it's easy to pack and lightweight on your back. The Stretch Latitude Jacket's soft interior fabric wicks sweat and slips smoothly over a fleece layer. Unzip the underarm vents when you're working hard, and pull up this Patagonia shell's hood when you stop for a break.

- Backcountry.com

On Sale. Free Shipping. Patagonia Women's Stretch Latitude Jacket (Fall 2007) The women's Stretch Latitude Jacket by Patagonia has a urable, 3-layer waterproof/breathable hard shell with stretch reinforcements for all facets of mountaineering and alpine climbing. Features: 3-layer, all-mountain shell is durable and storm proof, lightweight and compressible 3-layer stretch fabric reinforcements over shoulders, down sleeves and through hips for increased durability and maximum mobility Soft, moisture-wicking interior glides easily over layers Helmet compatible, 3-way adjustable hood Coated, waterproof zipper with improved directional pull provides superb wet-weather protection; offset design keeps neck free from chafing seams Brushed tricot fabric protects chin for next-to-skin comfort Low profile, waterproof pit zips increase air flow Zippered handwarmer pockets are accessible while wearing harness or a pack Zip, mesh-lined chest pocket (on left side) Left internal mesh drop-in pocket Elastic and self-fabric hook-and-loop combination secure the cuffs Harness-compatible bottom hem secures with a drawcord Feminine shape with a regular, contoured fit 496 g. (17.5 oz.) Fabric:3-layer 4.7-oz. 70 x 90 denier double ripstop nylon with waterproof/breathable H2No barrier and Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish Reinforcements: 3-layer 5.1-oz. 70 x 80 denier stretch-woven nylon with waterproof/breathable H2No barrier and Deluge DWR finish We are not able to ship Patagonia products outside the US because of that other thing.

- Moosejaw

The Wrangell-St. Elias, Torres del Paine and New Zealand Alps have plenty in common ? including wet weather. The Stretch Latitude's unwavering waterproof/breathable performance pairs with stretch reinforcements to keep you going in all conditions, while its soft interior glides over layers and wicks moisture. A helmet-compatible, 3-way-adjustable hood protects without hindering your vision, and the front water-resistant zipper has a brushed, offset chin to offset chafing. Other details include low-profile pit zips, an internal storage pocket, a zippered chest pocket and zippered handwarmer pockets that stay clear of a harness.

- Patagonia.com

The same qualities that an alpine climber prizes strength and flexibility make this jacket indispensable on vertical terrain. Its unwavering waterproof, breathable performance pairs with stretch reinforcements for energetic moves in any condition. A soft interior glides over layers and wicks moisture during high-output climbing. The offset design of the front waterproof zipper keeps chafing seams away from vulnerable skin. Details: low-profile pit zips that vent excess heat; zippered pockets that are accessible under a pack; two internal storage pockets; and an adjustable helmet-compatible hood. The regular, feminine fit accommodates thick underlayers.

- Massey's Outfitters

The same qualities that an alpine climber prizes strength and flexibility, make this jacket indispensable on vertical terrain. It has a hard shell's penchant for unwavering performance in menacing weather paired with stretch reinforcements for energetic moves. A soft interior glides over layers and wicks moisture during high-output climbing The offset design of the front waterproof zipper keeps chafing seams away from the vulnerable skin. Details: low profile pit zips vent excess heat; zippered hand pockets are accessible while wearing a pack; two internal storage pockets; and an adjustable helmet-compatible hood. Imported.

- Altrec Outdoors

Patagonia Women's Stretch Latitude Jacket

Discontinued

The Women's Stretch Latitude Jacket has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$165.00 - $275.00

The Patagonia Women's Stretch Latitude Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 8, 2008 at Backcountry.com.

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