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Men's Ferrosi Windshirt

#244059

More Than A Shirt, Not Quite A Jacket
$95.00
FIT: Trim fit
COLOR black
SIZE: M - In stock
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The minimalist member of the Ferrosi family, the Ferrosi Windshirt adds durable wind protection to fall and spring rock climbs, trail runs, and peak bagging missions. Its lone pocket doubles as a stuff sack for storage in your pack.
Fabric :
86% nylon, 14% spandex 90D stretch woven ripstop
Center Back Length :
29 1/2” / 75 cm
Weight :
10.3oz / 291g Avg. Weight for size L
  • Fabric Performance:
  • Water-Resistant
  • Wind-Resistant
  • Breathable
  • Quick-Drying
  • Lightweight
  • Movement-Mirroring Stretch
  • Design Features:
  • YKK DWR-Treated Zippers
  • Zip Chest Pocket
  • Chest Pocket Doubles as Stuff Sack
  • Key Clip
  • Functional Details:
  • ½ Length Front Zipper
  • Lower Arm Zips
  • Elastic Drawcord Hem

RATING AND REVIEWS

Best light outer layer I own for running.

5

This shirt is my new go-to layer for running in chilly (40s and 50s) conditions. Most of my sweat gets dumped overboard once I heat up but it still has great wind protection and keeps me feeling comfortable (not too hot but not too cold). Love this.

Humboldt County, CA

Yes

Five weeks, one shirt.

5

Five weeks in the Alaskan backcountry with only one shirt - a Ferrosi wind shirt. Back home and wearing the same shirt out on a date because it still looks like new. The Arctic is either hot, cold, windy or buggy. This shirt handled all of it. The deep chest zip and forearm zips are great for dumping heat. It's wind proof. Almost the whole trip was in trail-less wilderness - no snags or pilling on the shirt I lived in.

near Seattle, WA

Yes

It's the perfect piece

5

This is a great piece for layering in cold weather or a stand alone.

Idaho

Yes

This is an awesome sporty form fitting Windshirt

5

I absolutely love this Windshirt which has become my every day go to outer wear.

Grand Rapids

Yes

Good lightweight pullover

4

Great for a quick pullover, but the forearm zippers are kind of strange. They don't really add much value and you then have the zipper pulls flipping up into your palms. Other than that, its a great top.

Chicago, IL

Yes

Perfect additional layer

5

I wasn't expecting to have zippers on the wrist/sleeve area, but once I got used to them and it out on a trail run I understood their value. This lightweight wind shirt is perfect over a base layer or under a down jacket. Perfect for a light hike or quick run while providing protection and stretches well. I bought the large and it fits my 5'7'' 205 body frame with no issues. This has become a daily wear.

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Forearm Zippers?

4

I picked up this lightweight soft shell/ windshirt primarily for climbing. I already have a Ferrosi Hoody, and wanted something more stream-lined. It tucks under a harness nicely w/o the full-length zipper and works well for both cragging and longer routes. It packs down small, is relatively abrasion resistant, and doesn't have a hood whipping around your head when the winds pick up. My only complaint are the forearm vents and zipper pulls. The venting is superfluous, if that is what it is designed for; pit-zips would be superior and would provide excellent cross-venting. The zipper-pulls are also an annoyance, flip-flopping into the palms of my hands and getting the way when climbing/belaying and descending/downclimbing. The Ferrosi textile is a great material. Lightweight and breathable. Stretchy and durable. Really can't go wrong with any of the garments in the product line when used in its appropriate application.

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Amazing materials and quality

5

The Ferrosi series is great and highly recommended for moderate climates as an outer layer. For colder climates, this wind shirt or the Ferrosi jacket (basically the same thing with a full zipper) are perfect for runs in cold winds and as a layer under a shell for less active periods. I am so pleased with the quality of the materials and construction that I am tempted to buy another one as a back-up.

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I am glad I gave this one a try.

5

Good shirt, unlike the Jacket or hoody versions, you'll wear your insulating layer on top of this one . It is "trim fit" like the website says not a "standard fit" that the tag says (unless OR fixed this already). I really like the forearm zips, despite the odd looks I get sometimes. There are some elastic cords at the wrists so you unzip the forearms they don't just hang there to get caught on stuff, you can also put in over your thumb to keep pulled up to your wrists. All without that crappy thumb holes design that gets put on everything now, you know the one, when they just add 3-4" to the sleeve length and cut a hole for your thumb so you have no choice not to use the thumb hole because it just bunches up at the wrist so much that makes layering harder and sometimes impossible to use your wrist watch to check time. The front zipper goes down far enough that it vents as much as you would get with a full zip. (unzipping a full length zipper all the way doesn't really provide much more ventilation IMO) Doesn't bunch up under a hip-belt, semi-snug fit that doesn't restrict movement with a long sleeve base layer and t-shit underneath. Really good breathable material! It isn't wind proof nor water proof, but it can take on a little drizzle and cuts wind just enough. Plenty of stretch and doesn't feel clammy at all when sweating. It is light weight, maybe not the lightest windshirt out there, but for the durability and other features it has, it is pretty unique. Also, unlike the jacket and hoody versions, this one is a lot more flattering at the waist and doesn't have an excessive amount of room for those of us that don't have beer belly. So, if you have a pretty pronounce beer belly this one might not be for you. If I had to make any improvements, it would be... Add a polygiene or silvadur odor treatment, because it is a trim fit it sits closer to the stinky areas and tends pick up those smells sooner than the jacket or hoody versions. Maybe add slightly more height the back of the neck of the collar to prevent that little draft you get when looking down. FWIW, I am a search and rescue volunteer in the NW, I wore this shirt on a couple of missions and few training outings. This shirt has found a place in my pack.

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Great temperature control

4

The windshirt is the perfect weight to provide protection from the winds while on a run or hike, while not causing overheating with the large front zip, and quarter arm zips. The arm zips open from the wrist to the middle of the forearm and is a little strange to get use to, but provide a great extra venting option. Wore it again today 65 degrees outside and really windy.

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Men's Ferrosi Windshirt

4.7 10

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Size & fit guide

Men’s apparel - measurement guide & size chart


Mesurement shown in:
XS S M L XL XXL
CHEST 34”86 37”94 40”102 43”109 46”117 49”124.5
WAIST 26”66 29”74 32”81 35”89 38”97 41”104
HIPS 33”84 36”92 39”99.5 42”106 45”114 48”122
INSEAM 30”76 31”79 32”81 33”84 34”86 35”89
*All sizing is based on your body measurement for graded styles.
We adjust the garment for intended fit and intended use.