The Mountain Hardwear Men’s Chockstone Softshell Jacket/Pullover features an ultralight feel and serious breathability to make it the go-to choice on highly aerobic days. A DWR coating adds an extra helping of weather resistance when you get caught without a hardshell. Mountain Hardwear designed this as a stand-alone piece for mellow conditions with the versatility to become a mid-layer in nasty weather.
# Full front two-way zipper for harness accessibility and chin guard for comfort
# Low profile hood for close-fitting head and neck coverage
# Articulated sleeves for mobility
# Curved drop hem for back coverage
# Hand pockets with earpiece cord exits
# Air-permeable stretch fabric with high abrasion resistance
# DWR finish sheds moisture
# UPF 50 sun protection
# Fabric (Body): Chockstone Doubleweave (91% nylon, 9% elastane)
# Fabric (Lining): Micro-Chamois (100% polyester)
# Avg. Weight: 9 oz.; 257 g. (size medium)
# Center Back Length: 24"
# Usage: Climbing, Athletic
# Enhanced water-repellent surface
# 12" welted zip with chin guard at front neckline
# Brushed tricot lined collar and chin guard
# Articulated sleeves
# Concealed zipper side pocket
# Welded hem and sleeve cuffs
jacket weight = 13 oz
pullover weight = 9 oz
My personal experience is with the Chockstone pullover. Its a highly breathable piece that provides some wind resistance and water repellency. Haven't worn it in a downpour, so not sure how long it would take for it to 'wet out'. The material has a soft feel, but has proven to be quite durable. The pullover has an alpine cut, but it still goes on/off easily. It is a great piece for mild weather outings, and can also be utilized in colder conditions as the cut of the pullover makes it layer quite well. I have no complaints, especially given the amount of protection for its weight.