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Men's Homeride™ Quadfecta

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1568081

Summary

Ultimate versatility in a subtle herringbone pattern. With four distinct ways to wear it, this jacket is at home on or off the hill. The outer shell is a waterproof, breathable hardshell with Dry.Q™ technology and a subtle herringbone pattern. The lightweight, insulated zip-in liner reverses for a classic, casual hoody look. Wear together or separately.
$375.00
Style# 1568081
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Features & Specs

  • Breathable - -
  • Waterproof - -
  • Weight: - 3 lb. 11 oz. / 1.66 kg. -
  • Fit: - Fits Slightly Small -
  • Good For: - Ski / Snowboard -

Summary

Ultimate versatility in a subtle herringbone pattern. With four distinct ways to wear it, this jacket is at home on or off the hill. The outer shell is a waterproof, breathable hardshell with Dry.Q™ technology and a subtle herringbone pattern. The lightweight, insulated zip-in liner reverses for a classic, casual hoody look. Wear together or separately.

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Materials

  • Body Fabric: Poly 2L PU Laminate Herringbone
  • Body Fabric Content: 100% Polyester

Measurements

Center Back Length: 29" / 74 cm
  • Apparel Fit: Standard
  • Weight: 3 lb. 11 oz. / 1.66 kg.

    Details

  • Lightweight, insulated zip-in liner reverses for a classic, casual hoody look
  • Underarm venting to shed excess heat when you work up a sweat
  • Adjustable, helmet-compatible hood zips off on warmer days
  • Fixed adjustable powder skirt with tuckaway snaps
  • Imported

Reviews

Men's Homeride™ Quadfecta 3.5 5 4 4
Good idea, bad execution I liked the idea of this jacket very much--two pieces, three combinations, and four looks. But what the other reviewers describe here is spot on--the cut of the inner insulating layer is VERY VERY tight across the shoulders and neck--to the point where I couldn't wear it comfortably with any range of motion in my arms. I'm 5' 11", 195, and athletically built, but I'm not an NFL prospect--a "Large" has worked for me in every piece of outwear I've ever owned. Given the comparatively roomy fit of the outer shell, I'm more inclined to see this as a design flaw rather than a simple styling choice--the two halves just don't match up. Thankfully, I also ordered the "Powzilla" jacket in size Large, and it fits perfectly--go figure. I'll review that one after I get to wear it on the slopes a few times. January 7, 2015
Excellent Jacket Overall this jacket met or exceeded the high expectations I had for it. My only gripe is that the fit seems off. I'm 5'8 170, athletic build, and while I normally fit in a medium, I absolutely could not have gone any smaller than a large. As a result, the outer shell looks huge on me, but the inner liner fits snug. I feel like if i unzipped the two layers from each other, I could probably fit another layer in between. Other than that, great product, quality in line with what I've come to expect from Mountain Hardwear. November 26, 2014
Great Jacket! I've owned the tents and recently purchased a fleece and this jacket. Very warm, fits great and looks great! I shed some pounds and needed to replace my XL stuff. I'm 6'1" weight is 180. The large fits perfectly. November 14, 2014
Worth It for the Liner Alone, Shell is added Bonus I got this jacket about a year ago and it has held up to pretty steady abuse. It's warm, waterproof, and because of the zip-out liner very versatile. The liner is really what I use the most. It's my go to jacket and is almost perfect. Layered with fleece it's more than warm enough for most winter days. Great hood on the liner. Also because it zips in to the jacket, the liner has a bottom zipper, handy for accessing a harness worn underneath or for peeing if you're a guy. Note: I said true to fit because the liner, when puffy side out is a bit tight, but the shell on its own is a bit loose so it kind of evens out. Cons: With the shell the jacket is a bit too long for me (5'8"). The shell's hood is big enough for a helmet but way to big to use without one. The hoody-side of the liner has the wimpiest pockets. Too small, and too thin to hold much of anything or warm your hands in. October 29, 2014
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