Patagonia Sizing Chart
Measurements refer to body size, not garment dimensions, and are in inches, unless otherwise noted.
|Neck||14-14 1/2"||15-15 1/2"||15 1/2-16"||16 1/2-17"||17-17 1/2"||17 1/2-18"|
* Inseam will vary depending on style; when lengths are offered, "short" is 30, "regular" is 32 and "long" is 34, unless otherwise noted.
|Chest||32-33"||34-35"||36-37"||38 1/2-40"||41 1/2"|
|Waist||24-25"||26-27"||28-29"||30 1/2-32"||33 1/2"|
|Hip||34 1/2-35 1/2"||36 1/2-37 1/2"||38 1/2-39 1/2"||41-42 1/2"||44"|
** Inseam will vary depending on style; when lengths are offered, "short" is 30, "regular" is 32 and "long" is 33, unless otherwise noted.
|Weight||34-42 lbs||42-49 lbs||52-68 lbs||71-87 lbs||87-100 lbs||102-112 lbs||114-135 lbs|
|Weight||34-42 lbs||42-49 lbs||52-68 lbs||71-87 lbs||85-95 lbs||99-110 lbs||109-131 lbs|
|Weight||6-10 lbs||10-15 lbs||15-20 lbs||20-25 lbs||25-28 lbs||28-32 lbs||32-35 lbs||35-40 lbs||39-42 lbs|
Though each Patagonia® product is designed and shaped specifically for its intended use, we can generalize our fit descriptions in four ways:
Formfitting: Conforms to the body's contours.
Slim Fit: Closer-fitting. Slim-fitting technical garments may be worn over baselayers and light midlayers.
Regular Fit: Neither slim nor oversized. Regular-fitting technical garments may be worn over heavier midlayers.
Relaxed Fit: Drapes loosely on the body.
Classic Boy Fit: Boxy, athletic, with a traditional crew neck.
Anika Fit: Formfitting and longer in the torso, with a wider, deeper neck (not quite scoop).close
4.6 out of 5
October 24, 2011
I love the torrentshell line. The jacket is light and well made. There is not much room for bulky layering if that is one's intention with their purchase. I ordered a medium mens and I'm 5'8" 130 (woman) and it fit's just right with a simple polypro shirt underneath. The only things I think could improve the jacket would be a zipper kangaroo pouch with pockets and a larger hood.Pros: Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance
May 19, 2011
I'm tall 6'5" so I need long sleeves in a size large. Patagonia never fails me. This Pullover is very light and packs down small. Water proof, wind proof... and the hood is big enough to totally cover my head so my glasses don't get spotted. Great build quality... a little noisy so your not going to sneak up on anyone in this but a great light weight water proof packable pull over.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Cons: noisy
November 05, 2011
I bought this jacket specifically for a fall trip to the Adirondacks in upstate NY when the temperatures can range from 30-65 degrees throughout the day. To be very honest, it did and has exceeded my expectations. It is fantastic for a crisp fall day when you don't want to wear a large coat and perfect for hiking in the mountains when its cold/windy/rainy and you need to stay warm and dry. I highly recommend this jacket to anyone! Thank you Patagonia and making great products.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
May 06, 2011
I received the jacket earlier this week and could not be more pleased. It is perfect for those windy, rainy days when it is perhaps too warm for a winter jacket. It allows one to wear a few layers underneath without it being snug. Highly recommended.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
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Go-To For Wind And Rain
June 13, 2011
I purchased this jacket several months ago, and have been quite pleased with it. The first thing that drew me to it was the color- with a green like that, I am often tempted to wear it when the weather doesn't even warrent its use. One of the best things about it is its packability- it stuffs into its inside chest pocket, for easy storage in my backpack. This pullover blocks rain like no other. So far I've used it on a trip from Northern Washingon, all the way down to coast to California. Right now, I use it regularly living in Denali, AK. I've encountered a lot of wind and rain on these adventures, and this pullover has more than paid for itself in use.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use, Great value, packable, good value, layers well
A Must Have if Your Active Outdoors
March 22, 2012
I run 5-6 days a week at various times of the day, irregardless of the weather condition.Before buying the Patagonia Torrentshell ,I was wearing a 8+ year old taped seam pullover, which kept me fairly dry on cooler days, but caused me to sweat excessively when the temp.rose above 50 degree's.The Torrrntshell Pullover's H2No barrier keeps me dry & comfortable, and it's true breathability efficiently manages sweat when the temperature climbs.Pros: Build quality, Performance
October 16, 2011
Hey, how long has it been since you have seen a good anorak? Long time, I imagine. I had one for years - so old it was in 60/40 cloth (nylon/cotton). They drank up water! This is a nice cover. It is a little light, but good to put in your backpack. Mine matches a down sweater that fits neatly underneath. Probably be my gear for backcountry ski expeditions. Fits small, though, particularly through the torso. With its natural compression, I can buy the down sweater in Large, but I will need a XL in this. No problem, there will be some room in there. Needs "pitzips' to score better.Pros: Build quality, anaorak!, Cons: tight in the torso, needs pitzips!
A tight fit
December 30, 2011
Purchased the pullover as a light waterproof/wind resistant shell with the intention of using several layers. While the measurements provided by Patagonia appeared ample in reality it fit too small. Hard to put on. The jacket rather than the pullover may be the way to go.Pros: Build quality, Performance
Exactly What I Wanted
April 28, 2011
As an avid climber and daily cyclist, choosing durable and comfortable rain gear is crucial. After purchasing other rain gear online that was a bit bulky, I wanted something that was easier to move around in and could pack smaller. The Torrentshell Pullover was purchased on a whim and I honestly didn't know what to expect besides what the picture showed. When it came, I was more than pleased. Super lightweight yet acts like a shield against anything coming my way. The first time I got to really use it was during a spring thunderstorm coming home from work and when I got home, I couldn't have been happier and drier. Super comfortable, much more comfortable than my high-dollar rain gear. Very breathable and the hood fits perfectly. I've also used it on several recent camping trips, sleeping under the stars, no tent, wearing the pullover and just a sleeping bag and slept like a baby. Woke up feeling great. It's the perfect blend of warmth and protection combines with breathability and lightweight. I can't wait to try it climbing. The only thing I wish is that since it's a pullover, that it had a small front pouch pocket.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
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May 04, 2011
I love this jacket, I thought it was really comfortable and it does it's job well! The only thing to watch out for is the fit, I have purchased mens size small from Patagonia in the past and I thought that this jacket fit a little more snugly than the others I own. Otherwise I love it and would highly recommend it.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value, Cons: Cost
The best raincoat
January 11, 2013
Waterproof, not too hot but blocks the wind, sharp looking, and timeless. This is a great quality coat. My husband and I both have it, and love it. Highly highly highly recommended.
Black, Graphite Navy, Larimar Blue, Peppergrass Green, Purple, Red Delicious and Wax Red.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size xs, size small, size medium, size large, size extra large and size extra extra large: xs, s, m, l, xl, xxl.