Mountain Hardwear Men's Effusion Power Jacket
Designed to dominate demanding activity the Mountain Hardware Effusion Power Jacket for men is breathable, water resistant and wind proof while providing soft stretch and mobility. Three-layered polyester jersey uses lightweight Dry.Q Active that repels water and remains flexible for performance in less than perfect weather and, constructed using Micro Climate Zoning, knit panels are strategically placed to increase breathability. Finished off with a DWR (durable water repellant) coating this light mens jacket refuses to yield to rain allowing you to keep up the workout routine through storm fronts. Put together using flatlock seams the Effusion Power eliminates chafing for a more comfortable wear while thumb loop cuffs hide a partial glove that can be folded out on extra cold days to keep your hands warm.
- Material: Three layered 100% polyester with Dry.Q Active™
- Micro Climate Zoning™ strategic paneling
- Panels: 65% nylon, 22% polyester, 13% elastane Stretch Tech™
- DWR (durable water repellant) finish
- Flat lock seam construction
- Highly reflective print for visibility
- Left chest zippered pocket
- Earpiece cord holder
- Thumb loop cuffs with hidden half-gloves
- Center back length: 27 in
- Weight: 11.6 oz
Purchase the Mountain Hardwear Effusion Power Jacket for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- January 2 2012
Good cold weather running jacket
This jacket has been good for cold weather running in Chicago. I ran for an hour in about 25F degrees yesterday and was comfortable the whole time. The chest pocket holds an iPhone nicely without bounce -- perfect for Bluetooth cordless headphones.
- November 13 2011
Good Cool Weather Running Jacket
I bought this jacket for running in temps below 45 degrees. I am 5'10" and about 155 pounds. I bought a large. So far i have been running in the jacket in temps 32-45 degrees. The fit is tight but not uncomfortable. The fabric is very light and stretchy. Noticeably absent are any side pockets for gloves or headband (though it does have a chest pocket and half-glove cuff sleeves). It feels cool and light to start, but once you are running it is incredibly breathable and warm. Just ran on some windier mornings and noticed that it has good wind protection in the front of the jacket. I have enjoyed wearing it and look forward to testing it below 30 degrees and in the rain.
- October 14 2011
Comfortable, light weight, and dry
Was very excited to try MH's new DryQ tech, especially in the form of a light weight running jacket. Have only used it a few times so far, but was very impressed with the Effusion's ability to shed a light rain on the outside while keeping me from over heating on the inside. The jacket is form fitting, but never snug, and really feels streamlined while out and about.