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Feels great and zippers are awesome!
I had my eye on this for a while and bought it as a birthday present to myself. Ive already taken it to the ski mountain many times and it helps to keep me toasty warm even with a -10 windchill. My infant son loves to play with the zippers. The zippers are super high-quality without being bulky or heavy.
I use this Hoody for every thing in Wisconsin. I work in construction outdoors and I need a high quality hoody to hold up. I use it ice fishing, fly fishing, and bow hunting. It warm enough on its own yet not to thick as a mid layer. The hood is awesome I can wear a stocking hat over it, protects my face from the frigid wind. Can't be happier,... Read More hope it lasts me years.
I have had the R2TF jacket for 4 weeks (got on Feb 1) and am still testing its temperature range as an outer layer in NW metro ATL. I am 69 yo, 5'-10, 150# with broad shoulders and skinny trunk. The M fits like it was custom made. The regular R1 M was too tight in the shoulders and the L was too blousy in the trunk. I average 6 miles/day walki... Read Moreng to condition for summer Sierra backpacking. I wore the R2TF at 19 degrees over SS tee and LS 250 merino (no shell) and did not start or get cold. Similar at 32 degrees with SS & LS poly tee under. In mid-to-upper 30s I need to dump heat later in my walk. Got the R1TF 2 weeks ago (also fits perfectly) and I switch to it at mid-30s. Upper range of R1TF not yet tested but probably 55 w/ SS tee. For casual wear, can go higher in temps. Love them both!
Perfect Winter Piece
Patagonia should have used this design for the R1 techface hoody. This is my go to piece for winter hiking, backpacking, climbing, and snowboarding. The softshell outer layer blocks wind in all but the windiest conditions and the thicker pile is much appreciated when the temps drop. I use the R1 Hoodie in summers and switch to the R2 techface Hoodi... Read Moree as it gets colder. I will use this piece with a light base layer down to about -10 degrees Fahrenheit before I throw on another layer when producing a lot of heat like backpacking and hiking. I highly recommend this hoodie if you live where winter sets in hard like up here in Alaska.
Great hoody for casual and athletic wear. I've worn it disc golfing in light rain which it repelled, and casually walking the dogs in temps near freezing. It's stretchy and a tad long in the body (hangs past hip pockets) which isn't a bad thing if it's drizzling. The sleeves are snug and move with you. The stretch cuffs are a gr... Read Moreeat design. It blocks wind but still breathes well. I didn't feel sweaty hiking in it. The hood is also snug and I've worn it under a bike helmet which kept my ears warm, no issues with the fit of the helmet. Keep in mind that it's not a "packable" jacket so I wouldn't take it if bag space is at a premium. Overall, I will be wearing this more than I planned. I really like the soft waffle weave inner fabric.
Great mid/top layer
Great fit with the medium. For reference, Im 6 feet, 157ish pounds. At first when I tried it on I thought it might be a bit short at the waist, but after lots of cold trail runs here in Maine and back country snowshoeing treks, I am very pleased with the fit. Ive done multiple 4K footers in New Hampshire this winter essentially just using a base la... Read Moreyer, R2 and occasional shell over top and never had to get out anything warmer from my pack. The wind proofing is great and I love how the hood doubles as a balaklava. The only thing I wish I could add to it would be some pit zips. Overall, I love it and highly recommend!
bury me in an R2 techface hoody
This is possibly my favorite piece of clothing. Its warm, breathable, soft inside (so so comfy) , abrasion resistant, and just water resistant enough to take some unexpected rain. It looks good by itself with jeans in town, or kitted out on a hike or bouldering mission. Its long enough to not pull up and expose your low back when youre leaning over... Read More, the sleeves allow full motion, and the wrist cuffs stay up if you want them to. The deep zippered pockets are high enough you can use them with a harness on. The material can handle scrapes on rock and doesnt snag on branches etc. unlike the r1 - the inside of the cuffs seams are smooth against your wrists. Great by itself for moderate temps and SUPER warm under anything with some wind resistance + extra insulation. I wear it all the time, even around the house! You need one!
I could live in the R2
Ive got a few R1s and I love them. They are tough as nails and I never need to think about it when Im jamming a crack. The R2 is the tougher, warmer and cozier version of the R1. Imagine everything you love in the R1, then double it. I also love how small I can pack it down in case I get hot or if I want to bring an extra layer. A perfect piece of ... Read Moregear.
Great "in-between" piece
This hoody is a great performer over a light baselayer in near-freezing weather. I tested combining it with an non-Tech face R1 hoody and the fit is great without any bunching, but the interior texture of this hoody creates some annoying friction getting it on at first. I'm sure that once I get into colder circumstances and add a layer over th... Read Moreis one, the oven will really turn on. As far as fit, I'm on the short side of average but stocky. And I say that genuinely in the sense that I have a 42" chest but euphemistically in the sense that I have a 36" waist. The medium fits my torso circumference perfectly and the sleeve circumference is also great. The torso length runs a bit long for me, but not terrible. Sleeve length is crazy long for me, but if you roll the sleeves in they stay put and don't bunch up too tightly at all.
Super comfortable, perfect warmth, nice wind resistance
Im 61, 165 lbs and the fit is perfect. The jacket is so comfortable, I never want to take it off, even when lounging in the house (and especially when next to drafty windows). It has worked great for winter runs in the 20s and 30s and also has very good wind resistance and a nice snug fit for chilly bike rides.
GREAT jacket ... except sleeves
This is one of my favorite Patagonia pieces of all time, and gets heavy, near-daily rotation for just about everything. It's warm, more wind resistant than standard fleece, well featured and super comfortable. My only complaint (and this goes for the R1 TechFace Hoody too) is the stretch knit cuffs lose their stretch very quickly (less than a ... Read Moreyear) and then you're left with loose, baggy sleeves that you can't adjust, that droop down past the palm of your hand, which I find really irritating and annoying.
Winter hiking in the whites
I just wore this as my mid layer on a hike to Mt Eisenhower with 55 mph sustained winds and below freezing. I wore this with a puffy and a shell jacket and felt super warm. It shed the heat and moisture out to the puffy as expected which was critical for winter hiking. I also have the R1 and both have proved to be essential layers for hiking in New... Read More Hampshire for warmth and water resistance. Highly recommend for hiking.
Warm and functional
Winter bike commuter in WI , this replaces a more conventional and less technical fleece hoodie. The hood tight to the face and the comparatively windproof outer layer makes a very warm mid layer. Dual interior pockets good for cell + wallet, and deep enough neither falls out. Exterior pockets are useful and make good options too . With bike rain j... Read Moreacket and pants, good down to 0F , -20C.
Another GREAT PRODUCT
61 182 lbs. 34 sleeve I am inbetween sizes. And this seemed to large , at first BUT has been perfect. Long enough sleeve. Room in the chest for layer (or 2 thin layers) under. I Like the high collar (doubles as mask) and hood actually covers my head to forehead. Fabric is very warm, somewhat wind resistant. Quiet- no rustle or shusshing sounds. Co... Read Moreuld use a chest pocket , if I had to quibble. Is it worth the cost?? Its Patagonia pricey but lasts for years (if the past is any indication of the future) and recycles..nuf said.
Love the material
I bought one for myself awhile ago and my dads been asking me to get him one as well. Despite how great material is, price made me to push back the purchase a bit and Im so glad I finally got him this R2 techface jacket. Its so light,practical, and great for any outdoor activities. Great for layering as well.
I have many jackets and I must say that I LOVE this jacket. The outer material is smooth and soft, it sheds light water and dirt well. The inner material is loose and fluffy, very warm and comfortable. I work outdoors and I need to trust my gear and it has to prove its worth. Well, after many days backpacking in to study sites and relying on this j... Read Moreacket to keep me warm through the whole trip, I can safely say this jacket works well. I have worn it under rain gear during torrential downpours and it breathes well even in the rain while hiking. When worn solo, it breathes very well, blocks some wind (stops the wind better than my R1) and is warm. The temperature rating for me is between 60 degrees (almost too warm if in the sun and no wind) down to 40 degrees (I have not been in temps below 42 degrees in just this jacket yet). The wind can blow through this jacket, but that is the downside to having it breath so well. I love this jacket and have been living in it for a month now, using it for work and casual wear. Great job Patagonia and thank you for making such an excellent product I can enjoy and rely upon to keep me warm and safe.
Purchased the R2 to be a versatile piece of wardrobe and that is exactly what it does. The Medium runs true to size, with a nice coat length rather than a shorter shirt length. Elastic hem is snug, keeping in heat. Cuffs are snug with a stretch area by wrists that I thought would bother me but they remain warm and snug. Pockets are good sized and z... Read Moreip closed. The hood is great: snug, and high, up to my mouth. Kind of like a baklava. Jacket is toasty warm and I tend to use it as an outer layer on cool days and a mid layer on cold or windy days. It is a perfect travel and layering piece. I use my capilene air as a base layer, R2 as mid layer, and TNF Ventrix as my outer layer. That works for me 95% of the time.
Wowza, this is hoody is AWESOME!
My Patagonia quiver is deep, and this piece rises to the top and is a new favorite. It's warm, extremely comfortable and exquisitely tailored/fitted. Does double duty as a mid-layer (I've even worn it under a Micro Puff on extra frosty days) and an outer layer in milder weather and works when wet. The balaclava hood replaces a beanie if y... Read Moreou're going minimal, fits well over a beanie when its cold and fits beautifully under a helmet. The techface increases wind resistance compared to traditional fleece, similar to a soft shell, and the inside loft retains that wonderful, warm, classic fleece coziness we all love. The side pockets are easily accessible with harness, and the body of the jacket is long. Patagonia slim fit is often way too tight in the shoulders, chest, arm holes and upper back and therefore uncomfortable (even though I'm skinny) and no chance of layering (I usually don't get anything slim fit due to poor fit), but this is the exception and in my opinion sets the standard for slim fit tailoring - eg, its not sized down through the shoulders and chest but its trim in the lower torso. Perfection! I usually layer this over a sleeveless baselayer and a Capilene Midweight or over a tee and a collared shirt around town and its not restrictive and its looks nice enough for social occasions. Basically, this jacket it performs exactly as described. I love everything about it and cant' recommend it enough!
Mid winter mid layer minimizes cold drafts. Surprised to discover this size L fits under my size L R1 tech Hoody for double breathable protectionism. The under helmet design equals cozy alpine skiing and bike commutes. The zipper rubs a bare chin, easily solved by a Buff. A piece to plan to wear all day as it’s not small to stuff into a pack.
so good i bought two!
for reference, im 5’11” and 155lbs. i have a 38 inch chest, 32 inch waist, and this fit perfectly! tried this hoody on at the Patagonia store in Park City Utah, and fell in love with it. it’s hella soft, comfortable, and probably the warmest hoody on the planet. fully zipped and with the balaclava style hoody, you can instantly feel your upper bo... Read Moredy heat up. i wish they had thumb holes but it’s not a deal breaker, i bought the fire red online and the balkan blue in store (wish they had a peppergrass green color way.)
New favorite thing to wear
I’m a big fan of Patagonia. I am usually wearing something of their’s everyday. During the cold months I usually wear a vest but now this is going to be my go-to item. It is very comfortable and warmer than I thought it would be. It is different from other items I have or have seen by Patagonia. On really cold days it will be good under a warmer ja... Read Morecket. On days in the mid 40s or 50s, this will be ideal. It is a slim fit so I sized up. I usually wear a large in jackets and vests. I’m 5’10 and about 215 lbs with bigger shoulders and chest. The large fit but was snug and would be a good layer, but I wanted it as a jacket and a little more room, so I went to an XL. I would recommend this to anyone and would even buy another one.
This is an awesome piece. Possibly the best part of it is that it enables me to wear it alone instead of two or even three layers. It is SUPER warm. It's important to remember that this is an ACTIVE piece and being the R grid, wind does get through it a bit, so if you're just gonna be hanging & not moving around generating at least a ... Read Morelittle heat you'll likely want something more in the cold. But it holds heat extremely well and breathes a bit too. It's a slim fit, which is what makes it so warm, but the fabric is super stretchy and comfortable through the full range of motion. Hood fits great and the high zipper acts as a nice face mask for nice lip/face protection in blustery moments. Pockets are great and DWR finish is awesome.
Great fit. Looks good. Wore it this morning for the the first time with just a cotton tshirt underneath. Was comfortable walking in 39 degree weather with a light breeze. Hood was a little too snug, but a have a 7 3/8 size head. I can see myself wearing this for a lot of different activities, as well as casually.
warm, nice colours, but not very versatile...
Early days, but so far this garment has worked well for the particular niche use I bought it for - namely something warm to pull on after getting out of the water. The R2 TechFace Hoody is warm, breathable and offers a less-than-complete but still useful level of wind-resistance. The fit is much more snug than most recent Patagonia garments - a go... Read Moreod thing if you are of slim or athletic build. And the jacket also looks good. Where the it falls short is in one area where older Patagonia “R”-series gridded micro-fleeces were unbeatable - the soft, drapey, quality which makes clothes irresistibly comfortable, and easy to layer. The stretch fabric used in the R2 Techface is oddly stiff - almost like a thin wetsuit. This stiffness probably adds to the warmth, since the business end of the fleece is firmly clamped to the wearer. But it also makes for some serious compromises when it comes to layering, or freedom of movement. And it means that the jacket does not pack well, occupying a very large space in your pack, relative to the warmth It provides. Where the jacket seems to work best is as a outer layer, in situations where weight and bulk are not an issue. So if you are travelling by car, all good. But based on my experiences with it to date, I would be unlikely to take this garment up a mountain, or into the wilderness. In short, if what you are looking for is a moderately warm outer layer which will dry faster and breath better than a quilted jacket, then the R2 TechFace Hoody can serve very well. But as all-round outdoor garment with technical application, it is sadly inferior to Patagonia’s old R1 or R3 hoodies.
Great new piece!
I love the new hooded R2 techface jacket! I'm 6'1", 180+lbs ,athletic build and the size medium pits perfectly. I wish the regular R2 fleece had the same fit. It's great for fly fishing, hiking or wear casually around town. It's good for temperatures in the 40s and 50s. Now that temperatures are more frequently below 32F I ... Read Morehave been wearing a nanopuff vest over it. I wish they made a hooded vest version of the R2 techface.
Everything but the fit...
This hoody has been great so far. I'm using it as a base layer here in Antarctica. It's warm. The chest pocket is spacious. And the outer material seems burly enough to put up with tough work. My only issue is the sizing. I am 6'1" and 185 pounds and wearing a medium. The jacket fits my arms well. The torso is a little short and... Read More the hood feels a little tight. I just wish Patagonia would make a slightly sportier cut for their gear. I'm always awkwardly stuck between larges being too big, and mediums being a little tight in odd spots.
Toasty and comfy
Probably my new favorite jacket. It’s comfy like a hoody yet with the water / wind resistant outer layer you can wear it in almost all weather. I was looking for something that was comfy / warm like my better sweater but with a little more weather resistance. I liked how you can zip it off to dump heat and quickly take off when getting into a car ... Read MoreI’m 5’10” 155lbs and went for medium as I want to be able to wear a vest under it and then my ski jacket over top. It’s a little long in the sleeves.
Remarkably Light But Warm
Thanks to some crazy weather (or maybe new-normal), I got to wear this jacket for my couple mile walk to and from work. Worn with just a tshirt underneath, I was comfortable in windy upper 30s F going in and calm almost 60F walking home. Great slim fit. Snuggly fleece interior.
Still summer, so it will be a while before I actually use the R2. I'm medium build, 6'0, 175 and the jacket fit like a glove. First trial proved it to be warm. Hood is snug but not too tight, with good fit around the face. Sleeve's and hem are right length. Long term review will follow after winter.
If you run cold and want a insulating midlayer that provides excellent protection, moisture management and superior abrasion resistance, it's here!
First off-the design and fit of this are what the R1 techface should be. The R1 techface is designed (both hood, zipper covers and fit adjustment) like a shell. But its more like a quasi softshell/air permeable windshell that would be better suited as a midlayer than as a shell ie worn as an outer layer until conditions deteriorate. Granted, i live... Read More in the PNW so if I lived in somewhere that has "easy" conditions (dry) like CO, then it would work well as a psuedo shell. Make an r1 techface in the same feature and build set (not with shell features) or the r1 techface pullover with a under helmet hood, and voile, youll have a winner. As is the r1 techface is an identity crisis that works well only in forgiving climates. Anyway, back to the r2 techface. This is everything the R1 tech should be. A stretchy, moisture managing, semi wind and water resistant, insulating MIDLAYER, that doesnt pretend to be a shell, yet can pull double duty as one in good to fair conditions. The fabric kind of reminds of neoprene (in a good way) the interior fabric is extremely cozy, but when wet it gets soaked it stays warm and manages moisture well. The weather resistance is very high. They also get rid of the stuff that the r1 techface doesnt need, ie outerwear style adjustment. It is just a stretchy formfitting piece. The only conditions dependent issue (and why the r1 tech needs a redesign) is that this thing is wicked warm! This is a pro and a con. I would use this as a more versatile midlayer than the nano air light series. It is as warm as the nano air light series, is cozier, more weather resistant, way more abrasion resistant and only a bit heavier. It will last multiple times longer than any nano air piece. BUT I will likely only use it on very cold days, as I tend to run hot. OR stop and go adventures to minimize layer changes. If you run cold and want a insulating midlayer that provides excellent protection, moisture management and superior abrasion resistance, then here you go! It is a little heavier than other midlayers, but they wont last half as long (i have owned the r2 techface jacket for over a year so I know how the fabric does long term-which is to say, excellently). Also sizing is better than some other patagonia pieces. I wear a medium or a small in patagonia (which is insane as I am a 6'1 40in chest 175 lbs male) which in any other country is Large. But patagonia has changed their sizing to accomadate the masses in America-ie not athletic. This is actually more fitted for an athlete. Due to generous stretch, i could wear a small in this piece, but liked the feel of the medium better.
I have the regular techface r2 , just got the hooded version in red. It seems like they improved the cut. This is a great piece, as warm as a micropuff but more breathable. I also love my nano air but this has that great soft fleece interior and blocks the wind great. Brilliant piece.
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