Mountain Hardwear Men's Android Jacket
Windy ridgelines and sunny-day snowshoe treks are a joy when you're wearing the lightweight, breathable protection of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Android Jacket. This lightweight, windproof jacket is made from Deflection Soft Shell polyester fabric and finished with a DWR coating to help water bead up on its surface. Two zippered front pockets keep your gloves and hat secure as you stop for a snack break in a 3-sided, wood-heated hut and a zippered chest pocket holds your map and point-and-shoot. One-handed drawcords at the hem and buttery-soft comfort cuffs help seal in body heat. Your lips may get chapped but your chin never will thanks to the Micro-Chamois-lined chin guard at the collar. From a fall photo safari amongst the fiery aspens to a day spent with quiet snow-covered evergreens, the Mountain Hardwear Android Jacket for men is the perfect outerwear for an aerobic adventure outside.
- Fabric: Deflection™ Soft Shell; 100% polyester; DWR (Durable Water Repellant) finish
- Zippered hand and chest pockets
- Hidden cuffs block out cold
- One-handed hem drawcords seal in warmth
- Micro-Chamois™-lined chin guard eliminates zipper chafe
- Center back length: 28 in, 71 cm
- Weight: 1 lb 4 oz, 567 g
Buy the Mountain Hardwear Android Jacket for Men from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - Mountain Hardwear Men's Android Jacket
I love this jacket!
This is a great jacket. I have used it for cross country skiing to running around town. I had to get an XL because I am 6'4 so the sleeves on jackets can be short. I try to wear a large, but the XL is great. Leaves some room to layer if necessary. I had wanted a jacket like this for a while and this is a jacket I wear all the time.
This jacket was better than I expected. The sleeves don't have velcro like you would find on north face jackets. The sizes are true and the prices are the cheapest around.
From office to mountains
bought this jacket to wear in the office where I sent under the building's frigid HVAC and the next thing I know I'm going to Turkey where it was a great jacket to cover the temperature spread in late March.