As tough as the rocks you unluckily rag doll over, the Patagonia Primo Jacket is Patagonia s most durable hard shell meant for high speed charging in all types of weather. Constructed of GORE-TEX® 3-Layer waterproof / breathable fabric, the updated Primo now features a progressive freeride fit and fresh styling that looks just as good as it performs. A bomber helmet-compatible hood and serious waterproof / breathable / windproof protection allow you charge as hard and long as your body will allow in the Primo.
GORE-TEX® 3L 3-Layer, 5.6 oz 70-denier 100% recycled nylon with a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) finish
Powder Skirt 3.5 oz 91% eco polyester / 9% Spandex
GORE-TEX® ePTFE Multilayer Membrane This innovative membrane technology provides a broader range of comfort and is backed with an updated Gore Micro Grid Backer Fabric that's super thin, very strong, and keeps you dry from the inside out.
Two handwarmer pockets
One chest zip pocket
Two interior drop-in pockets
One interior zippered pocket with key clip
Secure media pocket with cable routing
Adjustable, fully featured powder skirt Webbing loops connect to any Patagonia® Snow pants to keep the snow out and the skirt down.
Helmet-compatible, 2-way-adjustable fixed hood with laminated visor provides optimal visibility in bad conditions. Touch Point System™ embeds cord locks in the hood and hem for quick adjustment and sealing out snow.
A tall collar protects the neck and face, even with the hood down.
Pleated gusset comfortably secures cuff, over or under gloves, with less bulk
Slim Zip installation with watertight coated zippers for reduced bulk and weight
RECCO Advanced Rescue System Integrated with RECCO avalanche recovery system
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Comments about Patagonia Primo Jacket:
Overall construction is top notch. I received this jacket as a warranty replacement for the previous year jacket that had a zipper failure. This jacket has a more relaxed fit, which is nice as it allows for more layering and freedom of movement. My only beef is that the collar and hood design changed from the previous year. The collar on this hood is directly linked to the hood, which makes it more uncomfortable on your neck when the hood is down. The previous year design had a hood that was outside the collar so you could have the jacket zipped all the way up and the hood would lay down without pulling in the front of the collar (like arc'teryx). Also, there is no key clip for your car keys like the previous model. The new powder skirt is innovative, a minimalist design that works surprisingly well.