Patagonia Shelter Stone Jacket
£275.00, added Mar/2010, see all Patagonia news & reviews
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Patagonia's most durable, waterproof and breathable hard shell jacket with improved stretch. Includes 3-way adjustable hood, storm flap, two hand warmers and rain gutter.

The Shelter Stone Jacket is constructed from 3-layer H2No® fabric, which is waterproof and breathable by virtue of an advanced combination of elements: a water-repellent shell fabric, a waterproof barrier and an interior scrim fabric. This fabric package is completely waterproof, windproof, breathable and very durable.

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Patagonia Shelter Stone Jacket
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Details

  • Construction: Durable 3-layer shell with reinforcements in shoulders, arms, sides and waist.
  • Fabric: Updated fabric throughout for improved feel and stretch: 3-layer, 4.2-oz 50-denier 100% stretch-woven nylon ripstop.
  • Finish: Waterproof/breathable H2No® barrier and Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish.
  • Hood: Helmet-compatible, 3-way-adjustable hood.
  • Zip: Easy-to-use centre-front zip secures with storm flap and rain gutter.
  • External pockets: Two handwarmers, two chest; all with highly water-resistant, coated zippers and garages.
  • Internal pockets: One drop-in, one security.
  • Venting: Highly water-resistant, coated pit zips.
  • Cuffs: Low-profile, laminated, self-fabric cuff tabs.
  • Hem: Drawcord hem
  • Weight: 618g
  • Colours: Coriander, Bonfire Orange, Black

UK stockists

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