Outdoor Research Men's Centrifuge Fleece Jacket
Built for highly aerobic alpine activities, the Outdoor Research Men's Centrifuge Fleece Jacket features wind- and weather-resistant hard-faced fleece on the chest and front torso, but highly air-permeable Radiant LT Fleece on the back, side, underarms, and face panel. This combination of fabrics allows the Centrifuge to protect from inclement weather while remaining ultra-breathable. Also featuring an alpine cut and a close-fitting, balaclava-style hood, the Centrifuge is the ideal layer for traveling fast and light in less-than-ideal conditions.
- Material: Wind- and weather-resistant hard-faced fleece fabric front body
- Highly air-permeable Radiant LT Fleece back, side body, underarms, and face panel
- Polygiene® active odor control
- Flatlock stitching and wrap-around side stitching
- Close-fitting, balaclava-style hood
- Off-set center front zipper
- Zippered napoleon pocket; two zippered hand pockets
- Thumb loops on cuffs
- Lycra® binding on thumb loops, cuffs, and hood opening
- Weight: 14 oz, 397 g
Purchase the Outdoor Research Centrifuge Fleece Jacket for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- February 15 2012
I consider myself a jacket snob. This jacket has met and exceeded my expectations. I usually am an Arc-teryx guy but this was highly reccommended by friends and family so I got it. OR has really impressed me with their attention to detail. It fits well, and the quality of material can not be beaten. I'm 6'0'' and weight 150pounds. The jacket has a comfortable fit and i bought a Medium. It's a great jacket for running in fall weather or for casual wear as well. I'm a big OR fan now.
- January 5 2012
Serves my purpose
I bought this jacket because it was recommended in one of the outdoor magazines to which I subscribe. The fit would probably be true to size if just worn over a t-shirt but with any other base layer, it is a bit snug. The sleeves are also a tad long. What I like about it is that it is impervious to water and it packs easily into a small stuff sack. I intend to use it primarily during wet weather which is rare where I usually hike but, on occasion, I have been caught in downpour.