- Fabric Performance: Water-Resistant, Wind-Resistant, Abrasion-Resistant, Breathable, Hybrid Mapped Construction, Quick-Drying, Lightweight, Movement-Mirroring Stretch
- Design Features: Adjustable Hood, Zip Chest Pocket, Zip Hand Pockets, Left Hand Pocket Doubles as Stuff Sack, Carabiner Loop, YKK® DWR-Treated Zippers, Key Clip
- Functional Details: Single-Separating Front Zipper, Pocket Placement Above Harness, Elastic Cuffs, Elastic Drawcord Hem
Fit: Standard Fit
Fabric: 86% nylon, 14% spandex 90D stretch woven ripstop body and hood - Cordura®, 91% nylon, 9% spandex 120D stretch woven shoulders and lower sleeves
Center Back Length: 26½” / 67 cm
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 11.0oz / 313g (M)
- Really tried to like it (Review by Buckie)
I wish I liked this jacket, but I just can't find a good use for it. It does not protect you from the wind at all, is not warm either. Not practical as a softshell jacket unless you're wearing a long sleeve tee under.
Sadly it just sits in my closet now.
(Posted on 12/3/15)
- Perfect. For almost everything you can think of. (Review by Ra)
I got the Ferrosi jacket because my husband kept telling me how much he loved his - and he was so right. This is super lightweight yet provides just enough protection from wind and water that I take it everywhere - hiking, backcountry skiing, cycling, running, paddling - everywhere. It really does everything OR claims - it's got a great athletic cut yet stretches easily, is nearly windproof and sheds water, and when it does get wet, it dries quickly. One huge advantage over other similar jackets is that this thing is also TOUGH - I'm constantly bushwhacking for work and play, and sharp brush hasn't left a single mark on this jacket.
I'm 5'7", 135#, and medium was perfect as always with OR. I'd recommend this for just about any aerobic activities down to about 50 degrees F, or lower if you're really moving.
(Posted on 10/13/15)
- Great Jacket (Review by Alice)
This jacket is very functional. It is lightweight and breathable, and great protection from sun and wind.
(Posted on 6/10/14)
- W's Ferrosi Hoody (Review by Vicki)
One of the first pieces of my now substantial OR wardrobe. Living in a mild climate like southern California, this hoody remains a lightweight, comfortable, functional, and attractive staple of my wardrobe for active or casual pursuits.
(Posted on 3/4/14)