Closeouts. A veritable force against all things weather, Mountain Hardwear's Trinity jacket features the waterproof breathable protection of Dry.Q® Core technology and a soft shell exterior that protects against mountain winds.
Reviewed by dc1 from sf bay area on Saturday, December 27, 2014
I'm sure it is a great jacket, but I bought the acid green, and in reality the color is much brighter than in the picture, and it was just too much neon green/yellow for my taste. Too bad the other colors were not available in my size, but not a big surprise at the price.
Reviewed by Outdoor Enthusiast from Georgia on Monday, October 13, 2014
Fantastic waterproof jacket! I have had this jacket for 2 weeks and have yet to take it into a heavy rainstorm, but from running water across the surface under the sink and taking it out in a slight rain shower, the water beads right off. The material on the outside of the jacket is soft, flexible and quiet, not stiff like some soft shells. The inside of the jacket has a very thin, microfiber-like fleece that is super comfortable. The hood is ridiculously large, but the adjustments are easy to operate, and it can be made to fit your head even without a helmet or hat. I tried on several different rain jackets with the pit zips, and they all felt a little uncomfortable to me. Although slightly uncomfortable at first, I have gotten use to the pit zips and the are not a problem anymore. I am 6'2" 175lb and athletically built; the medium fit me really well. I like jackets that "fit" and are not excessively large and look like they are going to swallow me. That being said, with the medium size I will have to layer with thin layers. This jacket is amazing, and with the deal I got on Sierra Trading Post, I could not pass it up! This jacket goes with me everywhere, and it is really comfortable, not to mention completely waterproof.
Reviewed by Peter in Maine from Maine on Monday, September 29, 2014
Comfortable, quiet, and great range of motion with the soft shell. I have not put it to the test in harsh weather yet but as for fit and mobility...great so far. The hood has tons of room for a helmet if you are climbing too.
Reviewed by Willow Boy from Alaska on Thursday, July 17, 2014
Jacket is very well made, excellent quality. I usually wear a medium size, this jacket I bought in size small. It fits well, athletic cut, arm pits are a little bit tight. Can't wear to many layers. Fabric feels nice, very soft and not bulky. Overall a great jacket.
Reviewed by Auburngrad from Southeast Tennessee on Wednesday, June 4, 2014
This jacket was a steal at this price. I was able to use a coupon and get this at an awesome deal for after season. It moves well with me when trying it on, and stretching. The hood also cinches down well, for when I wear it without a helmet. I am a fan of this acid green. It is not as bright as a high visibility jacket, but the picture represents it well.
I don't think the zippers are any harder than other jackets that provide watertight zippers, just most companies do not put them on. I am very warm natured, and see this being a cooler weather jacket as I had planed. Honestly, I can probably wear a vest and long sleeves and ski in it next season.
The large was perfect for me. I am 6'3", and 185, sleeve length on my shirts is 35", and this is great.
We actually picked up the womens version for my wife. This is lighter than the Marmot Super Gravity, but still feels warm.
Feel free to ask a question, and I can try and give the most accurate answer. I actually bought this jacket purely on reviews and the look, I had not seen it in stores this past season.