Gear Review: Patagonia Dimension Jacket

Gear Review: Patagonia Dimension Jacket
Yesterday, I received my new Patagonia Dimension Jacket. Today I paired it with my R1 Flash Pullover for the bike ride to and from the train station. 25 degrees F, slight wind in the morning, 35 degrees F, rain mixed with light snow on the way home — the Dimension Jacket handled both with aplomb. I love this jacket!

From the Patagonia website:

“Our Dimension Jacket’s stretch-woven fabric provides unmatched durability for climbing crumbly limestone and skiing narrow chutes and resists water and blocks wind. Inside, the bonded polyester knit mesh adds warmth and speeds wicking. An offset front zipper won’t bunch up under a layering system, and torso pockets actually stay open when you need to ventilate. Other features: easy-gliding, water-repellent zippers; hood/hem drawcords that adjust from the inside front pocket; a helmet-compatible, three-way Optipull hood, and anatomically contoured, light-and-supple, perforated hook-and-loop wrist closures.”

Absolutely recommended for anyone who needs a high-quality soft shell at an amazing price!

[Looking for more Patagonia? Check out my reviews of the Nano Puff Pullover and Super Guide Jacket.]

[*No longer want a Patagonia product? See if you can use their Worn Wear program to get credit towards another purchase.]


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