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Mountain Hardwear Android Jacket - Men's

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An athletic and windproof softshell, with outstanding DWR finish to shed water and snow.


Key Features of the Mountain Hardwear Android Jacket:
  • Updated design and fit
  • Zippered hand and chest pockets
  • Hidden cuffs block out cold
  • One-handed hem drawcords seal in warmth
  • Micro-Chamois-lined chin guard eliminates zipper chafe
  • Wind and water resistant soft shell jacket. Ideal for wearing in the mountains or to the pub.
  • Apparel Fit Standard
  • Weight: 1 lb. 4 oz. / 567 g.
  • Center Back Length: 28 " / 71 cm
  • Materials: Body Deflection Soft Shell

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Review Summary

4.9 out of 5

7 Reviews

7 Ratings & Reviews


October 13, 2011

Get jacket for inconsistent fall weather. Its also really nice for people who have dogs because the dog hair doesn't stick at all. All around a great jacket.

from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

November 18, 2011

I purchased this jacket already having three Mountain Hardwear jackets that I really like. This one isn't for me, however.The jacket is listed as having an "athletic" fit which means it wears close to the body and has little room for layering. I ordered a medium (5'9' tall; 160 lb). A light woolen undergarment or something similar is all I can manage without having the jacket feel uncomfortably tight.The sleeves have a severe taper from shoulder to cuff making the fit at the wrists even more challenging. They also have a knitted "cuff" that's similar to other Mountain Hardwear designs, but in this case, they make an already tight fit even tighter and long-sleeved under layers get bunched up at this point. If you're wearing a watch, the fit is even more compromised.Since I perspire readily, I wanted a highly breathable jacket for winter hiking and snowshoeing; the knitted cuffs are great for keeping your arms warm but are a hindrance to dumping heat during an athletic endeavor. A simple, adjustable Velcro closure would be infinitely more practical, albeit not as classy or warm.The construction quality is great, the look is good and the Thunderbird red is a sharp color. Unfortunately, these don't make up for the fit issues and the jacket is going back. Too bad because I got it at a great price.If the features I've noted aren't a concern, choose your size carefully.

from Cleveland, Ohio

December 03, 2011

I purchasd this for work and travel. Wanted a nice durable all weather Softshell in Black. I typically wear button down dress shirts with some sweaters. It's not a layering jacket unless you size up one. I'm 5'11 180 and the large is perfect. I can layer a thin half zip fleece with no problem but is not loose. If you layer a thicker fleece it will be a bit tight. The fleece lining on the neck extends through most of this jacket so nice warmth. I have a North Face Bioinic and this jacket is much better for the same price. Arms are more athletic as some have noted and I always prefer the cuffs to velcro closures on the wrist. As always Mountain Hardware quality is great. Got a great price through Altrec.

from potomac MD

February 22, 2012

it's a nice jacket, good wind and water proof for a light jacket.I am 5'6, 130 pounds, S fit me well. I wish the collar is lower so it looks more neat.

from Los Angeles, CA

March 01, 2012

I was looking for a versatile everyday jacket that can tackle a simple hike, use for work over my button-up, and transition seamlessly into an evening event. This jacket does all that. The jacket keeps warm but is deceptively breathable at 86% polyester. The jacket is also true-to-fit. I'm 5'10", 170lbs and prefer a more fitted look and feel. The Medium was perfect for me. It even fits a crew sweater underneath the jacket without feeling or restricting movement.

from Houston

March 28, 2012

bought this jacket to wear in the office where I sent under the building's frigid HVAC and the next thing I know I'm going to Turkey where it was a great jacket to cover the temperature spread in late March.

from Ohio

February 23, 2013

This is a great jacket. I have used it for cross country skiing to running around town. I had to get an XL because I am 6'4 so the sleeves on jackets can be short. I try to wear a large, but the XL is great. Leaves some room to layer if necessary. I had wanted a jacket like this for a while and this is a jacket I wear all the time.

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Available sizes, while supplies last, include Small.

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