About Haglofs Barrier Pro II Belay Jacket - Insulated (For Men)
Closeouts. Offering the superior durability of Pertex® Quantum ripstop shell fabric and an excellent warmth-to-weight ratio, Haglofs' Barrier Pro II belay jacket excels during hard days in the high alpine.
Specs about Haglofs Barrier Pro II Belay Jacket - Insulated (For Men)
- Waterproof materials: Pertex® Quantum
- Seam sealed: Critical
- Closure: YKK®,Zipper,Two-way
- Zipper: Left
- Length: 28" (based on size large)
- Fabric: 100% nylon
- Lining: 100% nylon
- Insulation: 100% polyester
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Total weight: 1 lb. 2 oz.
- Made in China
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- Cannot ship to Europe, China, South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by StrmChaser from California on Tuesday, May 5, 2015I'm a big fan of Haglofs, but sizing has been a huge issue for me. I'm generally a Medium/Large. In Haglofs, I'm generally a Large, sometimes an Extra-Large. In this jacket, an Extra-Large fits great. I'm 5'9, broad shouldered, 42" chest, 34-36" waist. I guess you can say I've got an athletic build. The Large fit ok but it didn't seem big enough for layering, so I ordered an XL just to see, and it fit perfectly. The quality is great, love the color and it seems like it'll be a great warm jacket that will packdown small. The frustrating thing is figuring out the sizing.
It's an expensive jacket but if you can get this jacket with one of STP coupons, do it!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by MTTiff from Bozeman, MT on Monday, April 28, 2014Has great range of motion in the arms - doesn't pull up at the waist when you reach overhead. Slightly heavier type of fabric over the elbows and shoulders for reinforcement with more breathable stuff at pits. Great hood. The zipper is a left-hand-pull, which feels a bit weird. The photo on STP looks purple, but the color is actually more blue than purple. The value is awesome - was reviewed in complete by a UK-based climbing guy who said it was worth the money he paid at over 200 pounds.