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Men's Ruffner™ Hybrid Hooded Jacket

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Summary

Durable softshell made from comfortable stretch fleece and resilient nylon. The Hooded Ruffner is the ideal companion for hiking, backpacking, or light work around the house. It’s made from two fabrics: soft stretch fleece, for internal softness and warmth, and a nylon-elastane overlay, for external resistance to wind, water, and abrasions--and increased mobility.
$129.90 $175.00
Style# 1622961
product.components.activity: Backpacking / Hiking, Casual / Travel

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Features & Specs

  • Weight: - 1 lb 11 oz / 760 g -
  • Reviewers rated this product: - True to Size -
  • Good For: - Backpacking / Hiking -
  • Good For: - Casual / Travel -

Summary

Durable softshell made from comfortable stretch fleece and resilient nylon. The Hooded Ruffner is the ideal companion for hiking, backpacking, or light work around the house. It’s made from two fabrics: soft stretch fleece, for internal softness and warmth, and a nylon-elastane overlay, for external resistance to wind, water, and abrasions--and increased mobility.

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Materials

  • Fabric Body: Light Piero Nylon Stretch Canvas
  • Body Fabric Content: 96% nylon, 4% elastane
  • Fabric Panel: Flat-Face Fleece
  • Fabric Panel Content: 100% polyester

Measurements

  • Center Back Length: 28 in / 71 cm
  • Apparel Fit: Standard
  • Weight: 1 lb 11 oz / 760 g

    Details

  • Nylon overlay, for toughness and durability
  • Hardface fleece on the side panels, under the arms, and throughout body increases mobility and comfort
  • Water- and wind-resistant
  • Double-needle overlay stitching adds durability, style, and texture
  • Two hand warmer pockets are pack-compatible
  • Single vertical-entry chest pocket is pack-compatible
  • 2-way adjustable hood allows you to easily customize the fit
  • Single adjustment hem for fine-tuning on the fly
  • Imported

Reviews

Men's Ruffner™ Hybrid Hooded Jacket is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another Great Soft Shell I have been very pleased with the fit and function of this soft shell! Great quality!
Date published: 2017-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Jacket It is a good jacket. Water resistant during light (very light) rain. It is warm and has a hood. Athletic fit (almost like a slim fit). 5'9" 180 athletic build and the M fits great. Could easily be layered with larger coat. Very much enjoy.
Date published: 2017-09-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tough Jacket This is a rustic and warm coat. I've worn it when the weather hits the high forties to mid to low thirties. Always stayed warm, dry, and received many compliments about my "good-looking jacket." It works best with non-bulky baselayers.
Date published: 2017-01-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Golden Brown Ruffner Nice light weight jacket. But it does run pretty small. (I'm 5'11, 230 lbs)
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Snowboarding I got this jacket for Snowboarding. Im a Snowboard Instructor and wanted something that fit and looked great. This jacket is great for cold days with layers. I wanted this jacket over others because I hate the bright colors and long coats that most ppl wear. I wanted something that could brush the trees or ice and hold up. I live in Montana and hit the slopes all season. Im 5'9" 165lbs and bought a Large. The sleeves are long, but are perfect fit with winter gloves. very comfortable and flexible, I can lift my arms and twist without the jacket pulling up. Its about 1° F - 40° F when I use this, again I use layers, this is an amazing Shell. I plan to use this for backpacking in the spring through fall. Perfect all year.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from short person coat When you get a coat, you expect it to keep the edges warm. This coat is just too short. I wish mtn hardware made a tall version of their coats or would just add 2 inches to the torso, this one barely covers my belt so during any physical activity it doesn't keep the midsection warm. The fabric is great and the fit is great in the chest and sleaves; just too short in the body
Date published: 2016-11-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Need ape arms for this to work I love the material, and the design is awesome, BUT the arms are insanely long. I'm 5'9", 175 lbs with 42" chest and 34" waist. Large fits okay, but doesn't leave much room for layering underneath. The arms are about 3-4 inches too long, though!! I assume they were made that way so that the cuff doesn't slide up the forearm when reaching, climbing, etc... which would make sense and work fine IF the cuff had elastic or a velcro strap or something to tighten the cuff so the sleeve wouldn't hang over your hands when just standing or walking while wearing the jacket. Other than the goofy-long sleeves, I really like the jacket, so I'm debating whether to return for a refund, or try to find somebody to hem up the sleeves or sew a velcro strap or something on the cuff.
Date published: 2016-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This jacket is amazing I have used M.H. equipment in the past but I have never owned anything until now and all I can really say is M.H. rocks. I'm 5' 7" 160lbs and it's hard for me to find jackets that aren't 30+ inches in length and are actually cut for a normal human being.That being said, this jacket is cut perfectly in every way and I can still layer with it without it becoming cumbersome.So far I haven't been able to use it that much because winter is over here in so. cal., but I do use it in the mornings when it's 53 degrees F and it is perfect. My only complaint is that it doesn't have thumb holes. Get this jacket,you wont regret it.
Date published: 2016-02-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Casual Jacket Have been using this jacket through the fall and winter and am happy with my purchase. Got a size Large at 6'3 180 lbs and its a good fit, wouldn't mind it being a little longer but that's true of everything that's not made in a Tall size for me (please MHW, start making tall sizing, pretty please). First off don't expect this to be a technical piece, it's water resistant... not water proof, wind resistant... not wind proof. It's not priced to be a technical piece. I got it as an around town, taking the dog out, doing work around the house jacket that I wouldn't have to worry much about damaging and for that it's darn near perfect. Here's my rundown... Pros 1. Tough. Most of the time when people see me wearing this jacket they mistake it for a Carhartt, and it has a similar feel. I've worn it for the stereotypical task of cutting down tree's and chopping up firewood, carry logs under my shoulders for hours without any cuts or abrasions to the jacket. It has a pretty rugged construction to it. 2. Warm and comfortable. While it won't hold up for extended periods in true winter weather, it's the perfect piece for chilly fall and spring days. The fleece lining adds a nice comfort factor and has a great feel to it. 3. Style. Obviously this is 100% personal preference, but I really like the look of the jacket and get quite a few compliments on it. I went with the Golden Brown color and it matches the image you see online. Cons 1. Drawstring. Maybe it's just a problem on mine, but the drawstring cord doesn't hold at all, period, not a bit. I'm a skinny guy and this is the most disappointing part of the jacket for me. 2. Underarm fabric. The fabric under the arms on the sleeves and body of the jacket is like a stretchy hoodie. It's meant to add mobility (maybe if the drawstring would hold in place this could be true) but I think it just takes away from the durability of the jacket. I'd much rather have the same nylon stretch canvas overlay that's on the rest of the jacket. If anything on this jacket is going to tear, it's going to be this side panel fabric. Overall am I still happy with this jacket. I was looking for something that I could wear casually at a decent price point so I wouldn't worry about damaging more technical pieces. It's not perfect, thus the 4 star rating instead of 5, but if you're looking for a stylish and durable jacket to wear at temps around 30-50 degrees the Ruffner is a great option, especially at sale prices.
Date published: 2016-02-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Everything I expected. I've been eyeing the Ruffner as a fall hiking jacket/everyday jacket; patiently waiting for a review or two before purchasing. I decided to pull the trigger on one so I guess in will be the first to review. The overall construction and quality of the Ruffner is typical Mountain Hardware excellence. Fit is dead on. I'm 5'11" 215lbs, the large is cut perfect for me. Roomy in the shoulders and more fitted at the waist. While it leaves ample room for a couple of light layers, it still feels properly fitted with just a thin shirt underneath. I wear a 34/35 sleeve and the sleeves on the Ruffner come down to the base of my thumb. Sleeves are roomy in the armpit area. Jacket has proven great for mid 30 to low 40 degree weather. Seems to breathe well so far but, I'm curious to see how it will breathe when out on the trails.
Date published: 2015-11-12
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