About Mountain Hardwear Transition Jacket - Gore Windstopper® (For Women)
Closeouts. Mountain Hardwear's Transition Gore Windstopper® jacket sheds moisture and stops wind in its tracks with renowned Windstopper® technology. Take this versatile jacket on your next adventure for breathable warmth and comfortable, body-hugging stretch.
Reviewed by Melinda from Tucson, AZ on Friday, October 2, 2009
This jacket is a truly amazing windblock. Incredibly lightweight and soft-- you'd never think it could keep the wind out so effectively! I bought the orange, which is perhaps a little brighter than the image appeared on my screen and runs slightly toward the red end of orange rather than the yellow ...
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Reviewed by Small and Burley from NYC on Friday, October 26, 2012
I love this fabric. Soft inside, durable outside. I am 5'-0", 110 lbs, and wear a size S. Length is perfect. Compared to my older MH Transition half-zip which I got 8 years ago and still wear daily, the sleeves are two inches longer and then on top of that there is the thumb catch cuff. So my hands stay warmer when hanging out at the base of the cliff. The pale color on the cuff isn't great for stains, dirt, etc. It has already turned black from handling gear. I found the end of the sleeve is a bit narrow for my widened climber's hands. But all the better to keep the wind out. Wore this to ride along the windy river and it did it's job perfectly.
Best Uses: Belaying, Climbing, Cycling, Daily Use, Hiking, Travel
Cons: No Bottom Zipper
Describe Yourself: Classic Dresser
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Great Color, Lightweight, Versatile
Reviewed by ma from ak on Tuesday, March 6, 2012
It's too bad that this product line has been discontinued. I own several transition shirts/jackets, and use them for everything (cycling,running,skiing,etc)...They are super breathable,completely windproof,do not hold much moisture ,and dry really fast. Great for back country skiing under a light weight primaloft jacket. Stoked to be able to score the last available. Me, 5'6",140lb male and purchased womens xl.
Best Uses: Casual Wear, Cold Weather, Extreme Conditions, Hiking and Camping, Skiing/Snowboarding
Reviewed by VB in CS from Colorado on Thursday, September 22, 2011
I love Mountain Hardwear and was not disappointed by this. I plan to use it for fall bike rides and layering for skiing. I normally wear a women's small (size 6) but in Mountain Hardware the medium fits perfectly (as always!).