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Mountain Hardwear Hooded Compressor Jacket - Women's - 2011 BCS
The Thermic Micro insulation in the Mountain Hardwear Women’s Hooded Insulated Compressor Jacket extends through the body and sleeves and right up into the hood. Fleece-lined hand-warmer pockets feel like heaven for your cold digits, and inner elastic cuffs and a hem drawcord help contain your warmth. As the name implies, this lightweight Mountain Hardwear jacket fits easily into your backpack once you get to class or the airport.
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May 24, 2012
Returned it and got their light weight down jacket instead. I think it could have been cuter if I'd ordered a size down. Following their size recommendations, this looked like a jacket I might have borrowed from my grandma. She did not have good taste. I ordered the Dewberry/Iris. I like vintage styling, but this just looked frumpy on me. Looks aside, it was warm and comfortable.
how does this compare to the older version? Specifically how
how does this compare to the older version? Specifically how does the primaloft eco compare to the thermic micro? How does the new 20D nylon ripstop compare to the old convert 15D ripstop? What does the D stand for?
By: Easy rider
October 5, 2011
Easy Rider... see our answers on the other Compressor pages! Thanks!
By: Jon Webb
October 5, 2011
Great layering piece
March 17, 2012
This jacket is awesome! I wear it over a wool base layer and under a waterproof shell for back country skiing trips. It dries really fast so its ready the next morning again. The fabric is not super windproof or water resistant but its so light weight that its definitely worth packing for winter adventures, just in case. I have the black version so I can't comment on the colors. Stylish enough for a quick trip to town or stopping by that favorite pizza place on the drive home from the mountains.