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Product Code: 1B120069

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The Haglofs Barrier III Jacket is the perfect combination between effective warmth and lightweight.

Made for active outdoor enthusiasts that need warmth, comfort, low weight and low bulk, such as mountaineers and ice climbers, the Barrier III Jacket is an excellent inclusion to your outdoor kit that you will never want to be without.


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Product Features

  • Weight: 450g (size L)
  • Fabric: Pertex Classic Eco (100% recycled polyester)
  • Insulation: 80g/m2 QuadFusion (50% recycled polyester, 50% polyester)
  • DWR treated for weather protection
  • Single hand two-way adjustable hood
  • Insulation with good warmth to weight ratio
  • Rear hanging loop
  • Front zip with insulating inner placket
  • Mid mounted insulated pockets with zippers and a webbing loop for attaching to a backpack, keys, etc.
  • Folds into its own pocket
  • Articulated elbows
  • Cuff made of smooth stretch material
  • Single hand hem adjustment

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4 Customer reviews for this product

 
Best synthetic down jacket I have seen
Reviewed By Iain, 19 Jan 2015

Wore this jacket as an outer layer yesterday when taking the dogs for a walk, we experienced snow, sleet and rain during the 3 hour walk. the DWR treatment kept me dry as a bone, and warm to boot. This jacket is great when you are active because it breathes so well, you will want another layer if you are idle.

 

 

 
Handy throw on
Reviewed By stuart, 18 Jan 2015

I bought this jacket on a whim as like trying out branded gear when reducedadmitidly i tend to use jackets more day to day rather than serious outdoors, though i do hike in snowdownia etc.

I wear a small in this brand as the cut is generous, with a t-shirt/jumper underneath

its really light and comfy, decent levels of warmth,

collar is a bit high when wearing in a car undone but its nit picking as its not its primary purpose

its my go to jacket when popping to the shops, and does the job. maybe not what intended for but great coat anyway.

fits nicely under a shell as ive used it for work on a couple of occasions not too bulky and a good alternative to a craghoppers down jacket ive been using






 

 

 
Does What it says on the tin
Reviewed By Ernest, 02 Jan 2015

Bought this in the Christmas sale and it is a great jacket. Wore it for a serious day hike in the Mournes. It was 3C at the base but the windchill factor on the hills made it seem like -4C. I found this jacket to be completely windproof with a nice high collar to make sure no drafts got in a t the top. it also fits well at the bottom and at the cuffs, definitely no drafts getting in. I had a 100 weight polar tech fleece and synthetic T under and had to take the Barrier 3 off half way up as I was starting to sweat under my back pack. Put it on again at the top as the windchill was severe and I was warm again in less than 5 minutes. I found that it breathes well and did not overheat on the way down. The only thing I found aggravating was the zip which is hard to get started at the bottom. I have not had it wet yet, but so far seems great and I would definitely recommend it as an alternative to a windstopper fleece.

 

 

 
A great jacket when on the move.
Reviewed By G, 16 Nov 2014

I think this is a very good jacket indeed;I'd say it's the best synthetic jacket I know because it's flexible.Firstly, I think the amount of 80g of Quadfusion, the synthetic down they use, is absolutely right and practical. So many synthetic down jackets are just too hot to be used whilst walking/climbing. I doubt you'd ever need a warm jacket in summer other than for camping or bothying, and I'd suggest that this would be enough for those activities. In winter, it'll go over a base layer (or 2) and it'll wick away sweat, stay dry (as opposed to down) but not roast you.You'd need more heavy a weight of jacket if you were camping out in winter, clearly.
The Quandfusion is stitched in, won't move around when packed down, and works just as well when it's wet, but the DWR finish will mean it'll stay largely dry. It's 100% windproof, and shower proof.Wear a gore tex over it to stay completely dry (and the Haglofs Barrier iii will sit easily under a shell, as it's not too bulky).
There are so many nice touches. There is a wind baffle behind the main zip. These can be a complete hassle in windy conditions, getting snagged in the zip....but Haglofs, with their typical attention to detail, have stitched on the entire baffle a strip of strengthening tape, which keeps the wind baffle away from the zip.When the zip is closed, the wind baffle flattens behind the zip.Such a good idea, particularly on wintry days with big gloves on!
Boring things;2 outer pockets(big enough for light gloves) one inside pocket(Gps,headtorch and compass might get in),polartec stretch cuffs (seem to keep elasticated),one handed draw chords and articulated sleeves.
Double sided zip (another nice touch) for when you stow the jacket into its pocket, and it compacts down easily and nicely.
Light, practical, well made and extremely well priced.If you want a hood, then there's the Barrier iii hooded version.
Seriously, I think it's the best low weight synthetic jacket out there. Get one.