Patagonia Torrentshell Pullover

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Patagonia Torrentshell Pullover
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Patagonia Men's Torrentshell Pull Over.
An even simpler version of our best-selling rain jacket, the Torrentshell Pullover is an H2NoPerformance Standard 2.5-layer nylon waterproof/breathable hard shell for seriously wet weather. Amazon downpour, Rocky Mountain squall, gutter spray at the bus stop – wet is wet. Pull shelter from your pack with the ultimate emergency rain jacket: the Torrentshell Pullover. This H2NoPerformance Standard nylon ripstop pullover is pared down, lightweight and simple – it’s focused on protection with 2.5-layer nylon fabric that has a waterproof/breathable barrier and DelugeDWR (durable water repellent) finish. It has an updated, improved fit, packs into a new, protected, center-front torso pocket (with a carabiner clip-in loop) and the center-front zip now has minimal welt exterior and interior storm flaps. Elasticized cuffs, microfleece-lined neck, a drawcord hem and an adjustable, roll-down hood (fits snugly over low-profile helmets) with laminated visor round out the features. Patagonia Men's Torrentshell Pullover - An even simpler version of our best-selling rainwear jacket, the Torrentshell Pullover is a no-frills, 2.5-layer hard shell with a waterproof/breathable H2Nobarrier for seriously wet weather. H2NoPerformance Standard with waterproof/breathable 2.5-layer nylon ripstop repels moisture 2-way-adjustable hood with laminated visor rolls down and stows Microfleece-lined neck provides comfort and protects waterproof/breathable barrier Chest deep, center-front zipper features minimal welt exterior and interior storm flaps that create a zipper-garage chin guard Drop-in, center-front torso pocket with welted exterior storm flap and DWR-treated zippers Re-engineered pattern for improved fit Elasticized cuffs and adjustable drawcord hem seal out moisture; stows in self-stuff torso pocket with carabiner clip-in loop H2NoPerformance Standard shell: 2.5-layer, 2.6-oz 50-denier 100% nylon ripstop with a waterproof/breathable barrier and a DelugeDWR (durable water repellent) finish 306 g (10.8 oz) Regular fit

Insulation:

  • Chest deep front zipper provides ventilation when down
  • Fixed adjustable hood rolls down for compact storage and provides added protection in stormy weather

Weather and Wind:

  • Drop-in center-front torso pocket with welted exterior storm flap and DWR (durable water repellent)-treated zippers
  • Fully taped seams and DWR treated zippers keep wet conditions out

Zippers:

  • Chest-deep center-front zipper with a minimal welt storm flap creates a zipper-garage chin guard
  • Zipped torso pocket keeps valuables safely stowed

Pockets:

  • Entire jacket can be stuffed into the front torso pocket for compact storage

Fabric:

  • H2No Performance Standard shell fabric is made from nylon ripstop with a waterproof/breathable barrier and a Deluge DWR finish to provide Patagonia's highest level weather protection
  • Micro-fleece lined neck is soft against skin
  • H2No; Performance Standard with waterproof/breathable 2.5-layer nylon ripstop repels moisture 2-way-adjustable hood with laminated visor rolls down and stows
  • Elasticized cuffs and adjustable drawcord hem seal out moisture; stows in self-stuff torso pocket with carabiner clip-in loop

Lining and Layers:

  • Regular fit leaves room for layers on chilly days
  • Microfleece-lined neck provides comfort and protects waterproof/breathable barrier

Fit:

  • This garment has a Regular Fit
  • Re-engineered pattern for improved fit

Manufactured:

  • Made in Thailand
Backcountry.com

Even if the weather forecast shows nothing but sun, a rogue thunder shower can show up at any time when you're hiking through the backcountry. With the lightweight Patagonia Men's Torrentshell Pullover Jacket in your pack, you'll be ready for wet weather whenever it strikes. Made from H2No Performance shell fabric that provides Patagonia's highest level of waterproof and breathable protection, this pullover can be stuffed into its own front pocket for compact storage so you can always bring it along.


Appalachain Outdoors
The Torrentshell Pullover from Patagonia offers breathable, waterproof protection in even the worst of downpours thanks to its H2No construction. The microfleeced-lined neck of the Torrentshell offers added comfort, and the Torrentshell compresses into its stuff-pocket, making it a perfect addition for your longer excursions.
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Patagonia's best-selling rainwear jacket, Torrentshell Pullover is a H2No Performance Standard 2.5-layer hard shell made with waterproof/breathable fabric for protection in seriously wet weather.

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Clothing Fit:Regular Fit
Fit:Regular Fit
H2No Performance Standard shell:2.5-layer, 2.6-oz 50-denier 100% nylon ripstop with a waterproof/breathable barrier and a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish
H2No® Performance Standard shell:2.5-layer, 2.6-oz 50-denier 100% nylon ripstop with a waterproof/breathable barrier and a Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish
Hood:Yes
Pockets:Drop-In Center-Front Torso Pocket
Seam Taped:Yes
Technologies:[H2No Performance, Deluge DWR finish]
Weight:10.1 oz / 286 g
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Patagonia Torrentshell Pullover Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I have been involved in outdoor sports essentially since inception. Through out this many year time period I have tried out many brands such as Patagonia, north face, ems, etc. and have never became more impressed than by Patagonia. Top to bottom this is the best gear making company out there and the Torrentshell Pullover Jacket is simply no exception. I have been sitting out in the woods being absolutely dumped on by rain and have remained dry and comfortable underneath the safety of the Torrentshell Pullover Jacket. Want to simply use this as a shell on a cold windy day? No problem the torrentshell prevails in all conditions! Great buy and for the money you can't find better!

Andrew at Backcountry.com on 12/09/2013

This is my first Patagonia rain shell, and I love it. Have used it only a few days, but initial impressions are great. The hood is big, but today with wind and rain, able to synch down hood easily and make it tight to next not only in heavy rain, but in the wind. Pouch is easy to get to and not bulky. Cuffs at first i thought were a little tight, but great sleeve length for extending arms and movement. Waist cords synch down easy but easy to release as well. Tight to get on but once on doesn't feel baggy, wore it with light fleece underneath, true to size.

Brandon at Backcountry.com on 05/11/2013

Good not Great

I purchased this jacket because I needed a hardshell rain jacket for river trips and I've always preferred pullovers. I also wanted a lightweight no frills rain/wind jacket for spring and fall running/hiking in Alaska. The jacket is better for river trips and wearing around camp than moderate to high level activity - such as running. It does not breathe well. I love it for wearing around camp - especially over my Patagonia down sweater - nice combination - but for running/hiking I'll use other gear. It does fine at low levels of activity like casual walking and it's great for around town wear.
Rafterjim at Patagonia on 08/24/2013

A great product!

I just returned from a 10 day trip to Ireland. It rained or drizzled almost every day, and my Torrentshell pullover and pants performed flawlessly. I never got too warm because of the ample front zipper on the jacket, and the material kept me completely dry even on the few occasions when it did pour down buckets. I only wish it had a kangaroo pocket. Other than that, it's awesome.
PixOnWheelz_79 at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 07/07/2012

I got this along with the Torrentshell Pant as a gift for my brother. He works at a golf course and gets stuck out in the wind and rain a fair amount. Nothing he has had in the past has been this sweet for rainwear. It is a mountain course so gets cold and windy as well. Durability is high based on him using it many days at work!

Lisa B. at Backcountry.com on 01/15/2014

Simple and effective.

A really good shell for the worst kind of downpour. Packs down small in the front pocket. The clip-in loop makes it easy to hang on my harness when the weather is a bit unstable. The hood is a bit small for a climbing helmet, it works but not great. This is defenetly going to be a part of my climbing rack this spring and summer.
Magnus at Patagonia on 02/07/2013

Great All Around Rain Jacket

Took this jacket to France - packs small which was a plus. Wore in the cities and while cycling in the Alps. Kept me warm and dry while cycling or walking around in bad weather.
Allibj at Patagonia on 07/29/2013

Negative Reviews:

I love Patagonia stuff, but there is a reason that they keep recommending this as a more of an "emergency" solution to that surprise rain storm you weren't expecting. I have an older version without the front zip, but I find it gets pretty steamy inside! Some Pit-zips would have made this jacket much more endurable, although that would probably have destroyed it's "minimalist" nature. I wouldn't pair this with down, unless you like soggy down.
I am actively looking for a better solution to the light weight waterproof jacket.

Nord at Backcountry.com on 05/18/2013