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Men's Stretch Ozonic™ Jacket

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A wet-weather backpacking shell with amazing four-way, all-over stretch. The Stretch Ozonic is a lightweight, high-performance 2.5-layer shell that excels on rugged trails in difficult, wet conditions. It boasts our Dry.Q™ Active technology, which banishes moisture, and is made with a fantastic stretch fabric that will move with you when you need it most.
$200.00
Style# 1584001
product.components.activity: Backpacking / Hiking

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  • Breathable - -
  • Waterproof Technology - -
  • Weight: - 10 oz / 282 g -
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  • Good For: - Backpacking / Hiking -

Summary

A wet-weather backpacking shell with amazing four-way, all-over stretch. The Stretch Ozonic is a lightweight, high-performance 2.5-layer shell that excels on rugged trails in difficult, wet conditions. It boasts our Dry.Q™ Active technology, which banishes moisture, and is made with a fantastic stretch fabric that will move with you when you need it most.

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  • Dry Q® Active's waterproof, breathable technology banishes moisture
  • 40D face fabric is light and durable
  • Center-front AquaGuard® VISLON® zipper seals out moisture
  • Pit zips provide ventilation where you need it most
  • 2-way adjustable hood features a bonded, structured brim to hold its shape
  • Single covered, zippered chest pocket for extra storage
  • Two zippered handwarmer pockets are harness- and pack-compatible
  • Velcro® cuffs seal away the elements
  • Dual PU zippered pockets keep hands warm and valuables secure

Materials

  • Fabric Body: Dry Q® Active Stretch 40D 2 5L

Measurements

  • Center Back Length: 29 in / 72 cm
  • Apparel Fit: Standard
  • Weight: 10 oz / 282 g

Reviews

Men's Stretch Ozonic™ Jacket is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 39.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredibly thin, light, and amazing I'm not quite sure what I was expecting when I ordered this jacket, but my goodness, it blew away all my expectations. The material is almost uncomfortably thin, but it still feels durable, has some flex to it, and remains completely waterproof. It's packable and works as an excellent windbreaker. I've taken it on some hikes in the Oregon Gorge, and I'll we taking it with me to South Africa this coming week. If you're looking for a minimalist backpacking jacket that is lightweight, breathable, and versatile while still remaining waterproof, this is the one.
Date published: 2017-04-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not waterproof, just water-resistant I was impressed by the soft fabric and light weight of this shell. As it is advertised as "WATERPROOF", I got one to replace my previous rain shell. I took this shell in my trip to California last Christmas. It was a disaster. In fact, it worked only in little drizzle. My back and shoulder got drenched after wearing it in the storm. Not worth the price. Very disappointed! (This review was collected as part of a promotion.)
Date published: 2017-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Go get one! The jacket it super light and fits anywhere. I use mine for anything from waking to dog to golfing to hiking. I absolutely love it
Date published: 2017-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Light Jacket Love the jacket - looks great, light and waterproof but feels breathable especially with arm pit vents. Front chest pocket is essential. Only room for improvement is the zipper - as it requires two hands. I suppose this is the case with most thin jackets though it would be nice to be able to zip and unzip with one hand (it bunched up or catches of using one hand). Hood also needs to be tightened to avoid being pushed back off head but it does have the tightening pulls. This replaced a bulky ski jacket and I paired it with a lite zip hood later for colder days. (This review was collected as part of a promotion.)
Date published: 2017-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Can't have it all You often hear with outdoor equipment that you can pick 2 of 3: weight, durability, price. It's the same with rain jackets, except: water resistance, weight, breathability. While this jacket is not as waterproof as a 5 pound waxed rain jacket, it is very light and very breathable. No, it does not come with 100 bells and whistles and a 12 point adjustable hood, and that is fine because it's the basic functionality that makes this a lightweight and easily packable jacket. This jacket is hands down the most breathable rain jacket I've ever worn or owned. You can absolutely wear this jacket longer than a run-of-the-mill rain jacket without feeling like your upper body is in a steam room. What you sacrifice for that breathability is a certain level of water resistance. If you are using this jacket for active pursuits and/or don't typically spend hours at a time in the rain, this jacket is perfect. If you're planning on hanging out in rain storms for hours on end, well, this jacket isn't designed for that.
Date published: 2017-03-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ok not great I got this jacket as a warranty replacement for another much nicer jacket that was delaminating on the inside. Bummed that that the store credit they gave me didn't cover the full cost of an equivalent replacement so I had to pay some out of pocket. Regarding fit, I'm 6'2" and 190lbs and returned the large for a medium because I don't like baggy fit. Where is the velcro strap or other method to keep the hood tucked away when not in use? Serious design flaw. I haven't had it in a serious rain event yet so not sure how to judge but based on other reviews I'm suspect. Not impressed with Mountain Hardware here and for my next jacket purchase will go with another brand.
Date published: 2017-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from this product is thiner than i think and saw in site this product is thiner than i think and saw in site
Date published: 2017-03-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not suitable for heavy downpours Great design, stretchy soft fabric. Used it a couple of times: in a light drizzle was doing OK (as any item with DWR would). Totally different story in a downpour. After about 30 min started to leak at the shoulders, and after 45 min I was drenched. Looked at inside of the jacket and notices numerous large (dime sized) dark blobs where the water went through. Total failure in my book for this amount of money. My son in a Marmot Precip fared much better (although Precip is not as breathable)
Date published: 2017-03-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Hood I really like most everything about this coat. The only reason i sent it back was because of the hood was to big. For this price of a coat I would think that they would have a 3 point adjustable hood. If i wasn't wearing a cap with a bill. The hood would keep falling over my face. Also I order the coat online an the color name was thunderhead grey. So i was surprised when it came more green then grey. So I would say it should be more like thunderhead green. Everything else about this coat I really like and would recommend it once they fix the hood problem. Which i would think it wouldn't take much since some of there lesser price coats have this feature.
Date published: 2017-02-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not what I bargained for.. On the search for a new shell When looking for a Rain Shell, this jacket seemed to check all the boxes.. Great price, fully taped seams, a nice stretch material that moves with you, not against, and above all, waterproof. To be honest, it only has some of those features, but not all.. My jacket is less than 2 years old, and I have worn it in only a handful of storms, and here is why. The first were pretty light rain, so it wasn't really put to the test, But in the last storm, when I took it off, I could see everywhere the water made its way through the material and soaked my down jacket under it. Both of my cuffs and forearms were soaked, my neck right under the hood, and the small of my back. Note, I wasn't wearing a pack for any of the storm. What I once thought would work well for storms, now will have to be a last resort type jacket and I am on the search for something new. If you are relying on something to keep you dry, this jacket is not what you are looking for. You will get soaked in a light rain for 2 hours,. for casual hikes around the neighbor hood or to the coffee shop, it might have you covered, but I wouldn't take the long way....
Date published: 2017-01-25
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