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Backcountry Recon Parka
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Backcountry Recon Parka

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Backcountry Recon Parka

Manufacturer: Mountain Hardwear

Your Opinion: 
 - 2 Votes
 

 

Page By: travisgollaher

Created/Edited: Oct 28, 2005 / Jan 18, 2007

Object ID: 1451

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Usage Backcountry Snowsports

Weight 22.31 oz / 632.00 g

Face fabric Recon Ripstop

Laminate Conduit

Lining Fabric Tricot Mesh



Reinforcement fabric Nylon Taslan



• Articulated sleeves

• One handed hood, waist and hem drawcords

• Two interior water bottle pockets

• Double flap, front zip

• Micro Tape construction

• Superlight Pit Zips are welded and water-resistant

• Attached, roll-away, Ergo hood with laminated brim

• Inset, reinforced shoulders

• Chest high hand pockets with water-resistant zips

• Welded hem and waist drawcords

• Chest pocket with water-tight zip





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travisgollaherUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

I recieved this parka as a gift from my climbing buddy this year. I have only used it for about two week's so far, But I already love it. I love the stylye and the usefulnes's. This will be on all of my climb's this winter and I will also be sporting it around town. The zipper's are water resistat and zip niceley. This parka seems to be a winner so far. I have the blue and black model.
Posted Oct 28, 2005 2:01 pm

OJ LoennekerGood Shell

Voted 4/5

I have this shell jacket, and so far I am pretty pleased with it. I do suffer a little "gaposis" with it because of the high waist cut, but I can manage. It does not seem totally water proof, since in a downpour, the sell tends to wet through, even after several re-treatments of the DWR.
Good design, and well laid out features. the pit zips are a little hard to manipulate with one hand. The hood is a little small to fit over my Petzl Elios helmet. Oh yeah, the neck has this chamois fabric that can get irritatingly wet on rainy days.
Posted Oct 18, 2009 2:11 pm

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