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Microlight Jacket

 
Microlight Jacket

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Microlight Jacket

Manufacturer: Sierra Designs

Your Opinion: 
 - 2 Votes
 

 

Page By: Dan Dalton

Created/Edited: May 29, 2007 / May 29, 2007

Object ID: 3274

Hits: 2001 

 


Product Description

One of our legendary pieces, the Microlight Jacket relies on 100-percent nylon mini ripstop for durable, lightweight weather protection. An outrageous price-to-performance ratio makes the Microlight a mainstay shell, with a full-coverage hood for inclement weather, an adjustable drawcord at the waist, and elasticized cuffs to seal out blowing rain. The PU coating lasts for years and the Microlight stuffs into its own self-fabric stuff sack for convenience.

Features

Fabrics: • 100% Nylon

Features:
• Traditional fit
• Stores into self-fabric stuff bag
• Hood for weather protection
• Elastic cuffs
• Adjustable drawcord hem
• 2 zippered hand pockets

Sizes:
• XS, S, M, L, XL

Colors:
• Mossy Oak Camouflage
• Khaki
• Ink
• Industrial
• Denim
• Bright Red
• Black
• Agave

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Reviews

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Dan DaltonKeeps out the rain...

Voted 4/5

and wind and really cheap. I always pack a jacket like this on summer hikes and use this a lot for trail-running. Keeps out the rain well and wind is not an issue. Really cheap too!

Dan
Posted May 29, 2007 3:02 pm

gruntVery handy jacket

Voted 5/5

I gave this jacket 5 stars based on what it is: a lightweight jacket that will keep the wind and light rain off of you for a very good price. I've used mine hiking in wind and rain in the summer, and always take it with me when I travel. It gets a little wrinkled in it's stuff sack, but quickly shakes out, which is nice when traveling. Very durable, the material is also quiet.
Posted Dec 19, 2007 6:30 pm

Alex WoodNice Jacket

Hasn't voted

keeps the rain out very nicely. Plus, its small so it packs good. Its cheap(price wise) and the quality is great. They run a little small too, I usually were a large or medium and an xl fits fine.... I would recomend to anyone!
Posted Nov 27, 2008 2:02 am

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