Patagonia Northwall Jacket
350, added Oct/2011, see all Patagonia news & reviews
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The Northwall Jacket is our go-to soft shell made for cold conditions. The jacket is built with a Regulator R4 grid interior and moisture-shedding Polartec Power Shield fabric, which is highly breathable, provides great stretch, and has a high warmth-to-rate ratio.

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+Patagonia Northwall Jacket, 104 kb
Patagonia Northwall Jacket
UKC Gear, Oct 2011
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Features

  • Polartec Power Shield Pro with a Regulator R4 grid interior is engineered for optimal soft-shell performance in harsh conditions
  • Sonic-welded seam construction with reinforced stitching (patent pending) reduces seam bulk
  • Helmet-compatible, 2-way-adjustable hood with laminated visor for optimal visibility in bad conditions
  • Touch Point System embeds cord locks in the hood and hem for quick adjustments to seal out rain and snow (patented)
  • Modified Y-Joint sleeve construction for overhead mobility
  • Pockets: Harness- and pack-compatible chest pocket configuration with moisture-shedding DWR (durable water repellent) reverse-coil zippers
  • Cuffs have low-profile closure with pleated gusset
  • 12.5-oz Polartec Power Shield Pro 94% polyester/6% spandex with a 'Regulator' high-loft grid interior
  • 731 g
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