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Nice but please tweak
R1 is one the best technical fabrics ever made - I own several versions and wear them constantly in cool / cold weather for a large variety of activities. This hooded / full zip version is a versatile addition to the family. Please consider re-designing with the hand warmer pockets placed higher (out of the way of a hip belt) and closed with a zipp... Read Moreer to securely hold items (as my much-beloved R1 jacket did).
Fit is what I wanted
I often have problems fitting through the shoulders and arm length. Usually getting something to fit shoulders and arm length means the waist is far too large. This R1 fits me perfectly which is so nice to not have one part fit and other parts not fit. Not wind resistant, but a Houdini or other wind shell does the job for that. Makes a good overall... Read More layer for warmth in warmer weather or during active activities.
I like this, and I wanted for some years for this to come out. Modern twist on a classic R1. The only issue is the right hand pocket stitching broke on the first use. Repaired it and the stitching snapped again. Repaired and its worth keeping around.
Sorry to hear about the stitching, Joseph! We'll be happy to [help](https://help.patagonia.com/s/) you [return or repair](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) the Hoody as soon as operations resume.
Strange design choices lead to an inferior iteration of this jacket
Having owned several R1's since 2009, Patagonia has made some really strange changes to this jacket that makes it overall worse than previous models. The fit has definitely changed for the worse. The armholes seem to be placed slightly higher and are smaller; they feel great when reaching overhead while climbing but when resting fabric bunche... Read Mores up in your armpits. The zipper does not have any fabric on the interior so when the hood is fully zipped cold metal sits right against your face. Additionally, the zipper can be slightly abrasive when wearing the jacket as a baselayer. The thumb loops have been replaced with a double layer of polartec. I can see how the extra thickness can be useful in some situations, but thumb loops would be appreciated in the majority of situations.
Love this hoody
If you find the R1 pullovers just a little tight (like I did), try the full-zip hoody. Its fit is slightly looser--especially in the arms and shoulders. The feel of the material against the skin is great, and it moves/stretches perfectly. Now, if I could just find a way to keep dog hair from sticking to it...
Very soft and comfortable. The cuffs are great - when pulled up they stay up and don't cut off circulation. Breathes well in typical R1 fashion. I wear a medium across the board for Patagonia and it fits true to size - slim but not snug. I can wear it hiking, skiing, or to the grocery store without looking out of place.
The best technical fleece
This is my favorite piece of technical clothing. Its warm down to the low 50's/upper 40's. It breathes really well and does a great job of dissipating sweat when I'm working hard. Its also highly odor resistant so I tend to put it on and leave it on for weekend excursions. The pockets, zippers and features are perfect. So far it seem... Read Mores to be exceptionally durable as well. I could imagine if you were doing things were you had a huge range of motion, like climbing, you MIGHT want to look at something like the Crosstrek because of the stretch, but for me, this piece is perfection
Go to Alpine Hoody
I love this thing. It's warm for the weight, and still can regulate heat with long front zipper. Hood fits nicely over helmet. Range of motion is nice. I've been wearing this as my main garment every time I go summer alpine climbing. Sometimes with a baselayer underneath, sometimes naked.
Great quality just not slim fit for me
Huge fan of the R1 line and this full zip doesn’t disappoint other than the fit, in my case. I’m 6’ 2” 180, medium build, slim but not skinny and Patagonia large slim usually fits great while regular fit is medium (other than a few cases. In my experience, Patagonia sizing seems to fluctuate between designs which is why I rely on customer feedback ... Read Morewhen choosing). For me, this full zip would’ve been perfect in medium. The R1 half zip in large slim fits me perfectly. The construction is typical top notch Patagonia. Hope this helps, cheers!
Perfect for casual, almost technical
I've always owned an R1 throughout the years...many different styles, hoodless, hooded, full zip, quarter zip, and three quarter zip. I love this. Woody because Patagonia is using the thicker or one material so it's more adorable than the hooded pullover, but it's 3 ounces heavier, so taking this backpacking wouldn't be the smar... Read Moretest idea. I just wish Patagonia could take the 3/4 or 1 hoodie with then normal polartec power grid so it's durable enough to hold up through a full season or thru-hike. But in the end Patagonia warranty is superb I cannot think of another company that is more dependable and reliable, in regards to warranty and a satisfaction guarantee. So definitely say this hoodie is awesome just a little heavy for backpacking.
The First Thing I Pack....For Every Trip
As the title says, this is the first thing I pack for every trip. Camping, backpacking, trail running, climbing, skiiing and even my work trips. You cannot go wrong with this thing. It fits perfectly under rain/wind proof layers and works flawlessly as an outer layer on its own.
Awesome but small
I'm 6', 175 lbs, do bikram yoga daily, small gut.. this is definitely more of a layer type garment. It's not like a jacket, you wouldn't be able to put layers under this, so BASE layer Then this fleece.. That said - this thing is LEGIT, soft, warm but breathable - I'll update my review in 2 weeks after snowboarding in Utah.... Read More But for now, just wanted to share - it fits snug. ALSO - the full zip jacket does NOT have little thumb holes like the other versions... was kind of looking forward to those.
Superb: technical, but casual when needed
Overall, I’m really pleased with the full zip hoody version of the R1. Same great material, and technical chops, but with a more casual appearance. I had this out for a 3 hour bout of rather strenuous uphill snowshoeing and then hit some breweries afterwards. Worked great while I was working hard, and looked great when I was enjoying beer with frie... Read Morends. The hood is one of my favorite components, super comfy and stays on for running and other aerobic activities. I would not say that the hood is casual in appearance, but it doesn’t bother me when it’s down and I’m lounging around or about town. Save the hood for the more technical endeavors, you’ll appreciate it then. Fit is slim, but it works with a thin base layer just fine and doesn’t appear overly tight for me, the stretch of the fabric helps in that regard.
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