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Women's Barnsie™ Jacket

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Summary

An adaptable, sassy jacket that can do it all. The Barnsie Jacket has unbeatable performance. It’s got Dry.Q™ Core technology for waterproof breathability, and Thermal.Q™ insulation--80g in the body, 60g in the sleeves--for incredible warmth. So it stays toasty warm and desert-dry, with a cute stripe pattern that will set you apart from the masses.
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Style# 1616781
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  • Breathable - -
  • Waterproof Technology - -
  • Weight: - 1 lb 13 oz / 833 g -
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  • Good For: - Ski / Snowboard -

Summary

An adaptable, sassy jacket that can do it all. The Barnsie Jacket has unbeatable performance. It’s got Dry.Q™ Core technology for waterproof breathability, and Thermal.Q™ insulation--80g in the body, 60g in the sleeves--for incredible warmth. So it stays toasty warm and desert-dry, with a cute stripe pattern that will set you apart from the masses.

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Materials

  • Fabric Body: Dry Q® Core 2L Printed
  • Body Fabric Content: 100% polyester
  • Insulation: Thermal.Q™ 60 g/m²

Measurements

  • Center Back Length: 28 in / 71 cm
  • Apparel Fit: Standard
  • Weight: 1 lb 13 oz / 833 g

    Details

  • Insulated: 80gm body, 60gm sleeves and hood
  • Two-way adjustable, helmet compatible hood
  • Pit zips
  • Tricot fleece lined hand pockets with key clip
  • Interior zippered pocket for media or valuables
  • Adjustable velcro cuffs
  • Hem adjustment inside hand pockets
  • Stretch mesh interior dump pocket with detachable goggle wip
  • Sleeve pass pocket
  • Tricot fleece chin guard
  • RECCO avalanche rescue reflector

Reviews

Women's Barnsie™ Jacket is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great coat Fits small between the shoulders making it tight with movement. Quality is great, very warm.
Date published: 2017-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect in Every Way What can I say? Its everything that I wanted for my daughter for Christmas. Great fit, keeps her warm, and she looks good shredding on her board. Highly recommend!!
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For the slopes, it's great! I really love this jacket for downhill skiing. I love the trim, shapely fit and great functionality. I am in my early 60's, 5'4", 140, and generally wear a lot of black and grays, but I bought the blue stripes in a medium. I love the blue! It's nice to be visible on a slope, or near the lifts. Unlike another reviewer, I don't feel that I look like I am trying to be a teenager. I saw someone in the white and silver stripes and that looked very sharp -- go for that if you want less of a statement. This jacket has an excellent design for active outdoor wear. I wore it on cold (close to 0 degrees Fahrenheit) as well as relatively warm ski days, in the Rockies as well as the Cascades. I was comfortable in both - just adjusted the number of layers. It is not made for wearing over bulking sweaters. I find all Mt. Hardware runs a little tight through the chest, but this medium is okay. I wear thin thermal layers.
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Velcro Ripping I bought this jacket at the beginning of the season and now at the end, the velcro at the base of zipper is coming off and has begun to fray. I was unimpressed by the quality of this particular coat.
Date published: 2016-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First new jacket in over 10 years! As the review says, this is my first new ski jacket in over 10 years - which means I am probably not a super discerning judge on quality or modern technology- but I LOVE this jacket! It was changed my snow experience. I really have been happy with my purchase - only issue is with sizing. It fits pretty small for what I normally wear.
Date published: 2016-02-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Kept this over much more technical, fancy jackets! I am a former senior ski patroller living in a ski town with a season's pass, skiing front, side and backcountry. I have been searching like crazy for a decent insulated coat to wear to the resort (because layers under a thin shell are nice in the backcountry, but a little too much PITA-factor at the resort where I'm trying to keep my pack chairlift-friendly). Based on the Dry.Q-Core non-elite waterproofing, MSRP price point, and lack of detachability on hood/skirt, I pegged this as more of a resort coat for occasional recreational skiers, not so much a lifestyle skier. But comparing it side by side with several much more technical/high end jackets, including Mountain Hardwear's own Snowtastic, I decided to keep it. Here's why. First off, it has MANY of the features I wanted but couldn't find in "nicer" jackets: powder skirt, insulation, actually helmet compatible hood with a more storm-oriented cut, and most importantly, pit zips that aren't uncomfortable! While the waterproofing may not be Dry.Q Elite, I ski the Rockies and we're just not that wet. For soggy snowfall or the occasional whipper, this will be fine. The collar comes up to my nose with hood over helmet (and I wear a big helmet, so I'm glad it fits in there!), and I can turn my head pretty far to either side compared with several others, but still get good protection. It's also comfortable...many other coats I tried had crazy stiff collars that poked me in the chin or nose, or hoods that once over a helmet, felt claustrophobically restrictive. The sleeves are long even on my crazy long arms, meaning they are the perfect length when extended for a pole plant. There's a powder skirt for the inevitable whipper, and even though I can't detach it I don't really feel it in there when it's not snapped on. The pockets are in a great, relaxed spot (not the case with harness-compatible jackets) and lined with a nice fuzzy material. The punk mitts are a sweet touch for fumbling in the parking lot (although I can't get them inside my gloves) and the coat comes down over my rump, which is clutch for snow sitting. The cuffs work with my regular gloves and look like they would cinch for gauntlets too. I tried on many jackets where the pit zips dug into the tender part of my inner arm (the main reason I didn't keep the Snowtastic, that and it fit too big) but on this coat I don't even feel the zips. The stripes are a bit much for a mid-30s gal (I did see several teenagers rocking this coat at the hill) and I wish the colors covered a few more "seasons" (I'm a brunette/autumn), but working in the outdoor industry I know colorways are a whole 'nother battle. I bought this jacket in last season's wine/rose color and I was BUMMED that it came bright baby-girl pink and pinky-purple, not the beautiful blood-red/brick red color it seemed to be online (and does look like in a darker room. I think Mountain Hardwear might consider shooting their product outdoors more, as I've bought other products that appear to be shot in darker conditions than natural outdoor light.) I'm a grown woman and the purple/pink felt like toddler colors! I'm probably too old for a print jacket (and the local style is LOTS of high-end technical solids) but it definitely grew on me and now I'm sort of proud of my teenage fashion defiance. That said, the fit was pretty flattering. (I got hit on on the chairlift! Woot!) I'm 5'4", 132lbs, with no chest or waist and went for the medium. It gave me a shape but I can still fit a technical fleece and baselayer under there, or a puff jacket in a pinch. If I had a more defined waist or skiied somewhere warmer, I'd hit up a small. To the reviewers that said this coat wasn't warm enough, I wonder if they didn't layer up enough. I decided to keep this coat while skiing in about 18 degrees with 50mph wind gusts and snownadoes hitting the chairlift. My temperature was pretty steady and comfy whether shredding on down or riding the lift; I bet this coat blocked 90% of the chill. I could just barely tell it was breezy (other than clutching the lift to stay on). It also was a great time to test out skiing with the collar all the way up and hood on—worked a charm! While the colors and graphics threw me initially, I think getting such a great jacket for such a reasonable price gives me the swagger to pull off the louder style. I'm guessing the coat won't last quite as long as some of the higher-end options, but I could be pleasantly surprised. And by the time it wears out, it will probably look pretty dated; since I didn't pay what a nicer coat costs, that's okay! Some suggestions for the Hardwear team...the collar is pretty good on the slopes but since I also wind up wearing it walking to the store without a neck gaiter, I wish there was a way to have it mostly zipped up to my neck, but not interfering with my face. Maybe a way to snap it so when you don't need full face protection you can still have it around your neck. Would love someone to invent a hood that allows full head swivel without losing waterproofing. Maybe make a nicer version with the Dry Q Elite? And consider women of all colors when you're picking colors...what looks great on a blonde sucks on a brunette. All in all, worth the money and stoked to have finally found a keeper.
Date published: 2016-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great coat Bought this as a gift for my girlfriend. It looks great. So far she's had it on for 2 days of snowboarding while it snowed. She said it kept her dry and functioned perfectly.
Date published: 2016-01-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed - Not a Winter Jacket I purchased this jacket to replace my mid-weight winter jacket. Living in New England, our winters are pretty cold and I was looking for a functional, lightweight, winter jacket that would keep me warm. Even with multiple layers, this jacket isn't warm. I'm debating on sending it back. Like other reviewers, buyer beware! This jacket runs small - definitely size up. I purchased the large in order to have some room for layers and heavier sweaters...It fits more like a medium.
Date published: 2016-01-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Zippers don't work I purchased two of these coats, one for me and the other for my daughter. The front zippers on BOTH coats function poorly. Starting the zipper takes way too much time, and undoing the zipper takes too much time. Sometimes, I'm not sure it's going to either zip or unzip. Otherwise, the coat is beautiful and warm. Unfortunately, when you have to zip and unzip this jacket many times during a day on the slopes and afterwards, you may find yourself left alone by your friends and family while you are still trying to zip up or down! I am returning one for a refund and the other for warranty repair as that is my only choice due to its date of purchase.
Date published: 2016-01-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice Jacket As other reviewers have said, this is a fitted coat, so tends to be a bit small. I am pretty disappointed in the "warmth" factor. If you are looking for a coat to keep you warm, this probably isn't the one for you. The first time I wore it, it was about 30 degrees and I could feel the cold and wind go right through it. I love the style and the colors, so I wear Under Armor under it if I it's going to be really cold.
Date published: 2015-12-20
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