Mountain Hardwear Men's Deflection Fleece Jacket
The air is crisp, the trail is tacky after the first dusting of snow has melted off and the larches and aspens are in full fall glory. There's no better jacket to wear than the lightweight, breathable and warm Mountain Hardwear Men's Deflection Fleece Jacket as you log the miles on what may be your last hike of the season. Offering wind resistance and one-hand adjustable dual hem drawcords to help seal in the body heat, this zip front fleece jacket will keep you warm in cool weather. This plush coat will feel great over a base layer and not restrict your mobility as you belay your buddy at the crag. It will wick moisture and dry out quickly when you wear it under a weatherproof shell for mid layer insulation while skiing or snowboarding. Zippered front pockets shelter your hands and give you a secure spot for small essentials. Deflect the chill and look great in the body-hugging athletic fit of the Mountain Hardwear Deflection Fleece Jacket for men.
- Fabric: Deflection™ Fleece; 100% polyester
- Super soft and highly wind resistant fleece
- Zip handwarmer pockets
- Dual hem drawcords for quick fit adjustments
- Chin guard
- Athletic fit
- Center back length: 29 in, 74 cm
- Weight: 1 lb 5 oz, 599 g
Purchase the Mountain Hardwear Deflection Fleece Jacket for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- December 13 2011
A vey nice jacket. The fit is close but not form fitting so you can layer underneath. The windstop is good, but is not 100%. The material feels rich. The cuffs work great for stopping the wind. For the price a very nice jacket.
- December 11 2011
It's a terrific fleece. Warm and comfortable. Gives me coverage through the fall and spring in Chicago. The front zip pocket is convenient for carrying cell phone, keys or anything else while moving about.
- October 17 2011
Good Fleece Jacket
I was looking for a fall weather fleece for casual use, and this one works well. It's warm enough, but you can still move without overheating, it blocks the wind adequately, and it's very comfortable. I'm 5'10", about 170, and somewhere between a M and L usually, and the L fits very well, as it is somewhat fitted. If I were purely wearing it for an active mid layer, I might go with a M, but it would probably be too tight in the shoulders/chest. I haven't worn it much, and it's starting to pill a bit, but overall I think it's a keeper.