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2012 Patagonia Adaze Windproof Softshell Jacket - Large

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I got this jacket as a gift last year and have worn it maybe 3-4 times. Pretty sweet Polartec Windblock fabric, well cut (not oversized) usual bomber Patagucci build quality and lifetime guarantee so its hard to go wrong.

Sizewise, I am 6'0/ 185 with a 44 chest and 34.5 waist and can wear it solo or with a fleece underneath and it is neither baggy or binding

Catch for me is that I already have an Arc'teryx AR that is pretty much the same thing but a tad more robust (e.g. taped Gore windstopper) and a Nau Shroud of Purrin if I want a more breathable soft-shell for spring skiing. I just NikWaxed all my softshells for the season yesterday and realized it's just been sitting there, so here you go...

It's the "Tidal Teal" color (listed in link below), which is not too blue and not too green and shifts a bit depending upon the light - makes for a nice alternative to usual black, grays, reds, and bright blues out there.

Good practical jacket that I am sure somebody else can put it to better use, . I'm happy to take pics and provide exact measurements (just PM me) but here is a listing from backcountry.com that provides all the specs and a pile of customer reviews.

Here's the link:


$55 bucks shipped CONUS


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