Typhoon Jacket


Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Typhoon Jacket
Manufacturer Mountain Hardwear
Page By noahs213
Page Type Jul 4, 2007 / Jul 4, 2007
Object ID 3507
Hits 3565

Product Description

It's GORE-TEX® Paclite and is a lightweight backcountry shell that keeps you dry in a torential downpour. Fully waterproof and extremely breathable. Very light and confortable. One of the most breathable jackets you can get.


Usage: Superlight Backcountry / Backpacking
Weight: 0 lbs, 15 oz / 439.00 g
Body fabric: Gore-Tex® PacLite® Mini-Ripstop

Articulated sleeves
• Micro-chamois lined chin guard
• Water-resistant pit zips
• Laminated cuff tabs with Velcro® closure
• Venting, mesh, front pockets
• Double flap, front zip
• Dual hem drawcords
• Micro Tape construction
• Attached, roll-away, Ergo hood with laminated brim
• Extremely lightweight
• Extremely breathable
• Hem and waist drawcords
• One-handed, single-pull hood adjustment system


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Rick Huff - Sep 5, 2007 7:59 pm - Hasn't voted

MH Typhoon is very nice!
I bought this as a lightweight replacement shell jacket for climbing and hiking. I was a little afraid it wouldn't be durable, but it has held up to all the rock scraping, rain, wind, and bush the Rockies, Cascades, and Olympics have thrown at it so far. It is everything I wanted...light, compact in the pack, and watertight.

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