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Patagonia Men's Adze Hybrid Hoody

C$ 239.00 - C$ 167.00
C$ 239.00 - C$ 167.00
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    C$ 239.00 BLK
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  • Forge Grey
    C$ 239.00 FGE
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  • Grecian Blue
    C$ 239.00 GCB
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  • Navy Blue
    C$ 239.00 NVYB
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  • Underwater Blue w/French Red
    C$ 167.00 C$ 239.00 UWFR
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For high-energy activity in cold, windy conditions, the Adze Hybrid Hoody combines fleece-lined Polartec® Windbloc® stretch-woven fabric with breathable and stretchy side panels for insulated protection without overheating.

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Wicked Wanda, Tuckerman Ravine, Longs Peak in winter: when climbing or skiing includes cold and wind, our soft-shell Adze Hybrid Hoody resists moisture, breathes freely and hoards your heat. The main body is composed of a 3-layer Polartec ® Windbloc® stretch-woven polyester soft-shell fabric that repels wind and sheds snow, while its bonded fleece grid interior wicks moisture and adds light insulation. The hoody’s low-bulk construction also uses unlined, stretchy, double-weave soft-shell fabric in the side panels, cuffs and along the underside of the arms to minimize bulk while enhancing breathability and mobility. The helmet-compatible hood adjusts for a custom fit; the zippered hand pockets sit high and clear of a harness, and the hybrid cuff design stretches over gloves and has a minimalist hook-and-loop closure to secure the seal. With an exterior and interior zippered chest pocket, and a no-bunch drawcord hem. With a DWR (durable water repellent) finish.
  • 3-layer Polartec® Windbloc® stretch-woven polyester soft-shell fabric stops wind and resists precip with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish, while a fleece grid backer insulates and wicks moisture
  • Stretchy, breathable, double-weave soft-shell fabric on side panels, underarms and cuffs has a DWR finish
  • Helmet-compatible hood adjusts at back and sides for a customized fit
  • Brushed tricot at back of neck for next-to-skin comfort
  • High, harness- and pack-compatible handwarmer pockets, exterior chest pocket and one interior chest pocket have brushed tricot lining
  • Hybrid cuff design stretches over gloves and has a self-fabric tab with hook-and-loop closure for a secure seal
  • Flat-cinch, no-bunch hem adjusts by pulling cord in handwarmer pockets and releases with cord locks at side hem
  • Body: 3-layer, 9-oz Polartec® Windbloc® 93% polyester/7% spandex stretch woven with fleece grid backer. Side panel, inset and cuffs: 5.5-oz 88% nylon/12% spandex stretch double weave. All with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
  • 717 g (25.3 oz)
  • Made in Nicaragua.

Water Resistant

 (durable water repellent) fabric finish repels light rain and snow and decreases dry times. When DWR is used in conjunction with a waterproof/breathable barrier, the DWR finish keeps the outer fabric from becoming saturated so that the breathable barrier can do its job.


Polartec® Windbloc® fabrics block 100% of the wind and provides maximum protection from the elements. The soft hand, stretch, and DWR (durable water repellent) finish combine to make this the highest quality, most comfortable windproof fleece product on the market.

Polartec Windbloc fabrics incorporate a polyurethane barrier membrane that allows moisture vapor transmission while completely blocking wind and water, eliminating the need for an additional shell. This reduces the weight and number of layers needed to protect and insulate.

Polartec Windbloc is durable, quiet, and non-pilling, and has enhanced stretch and recovery, making it ideal for activities when movement is intermittent, and when cold and inclement weather demands high-performance outer protection.


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Men's Adze Hybrid Hoody is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great jacket and nice features I really like this jacket, fit is really nice and the stretch panels are awesome. My only complaint is the with the DWR coating. I was out in the rain/snow for about 45 minutes to an hour and the jacket was pretty soaking wet. I was hoping the coating would have been a little better to shed the water/snow. Only worn it a handful of times.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Adze delivers the goods I purchased the Adze Hybrid Hoody for the purpose of backcountry skiing and for mountaineering. With two backcountry ski trips under its belt, I am very pleased with the performance of the jacket. The Adze sheds heat through the stretch panels effectively, almost as well as a pit zip. The jacket has seen two storms that featured significant snowfall and the DWR has worked to expectation- some saturation occured where moisture was trapped between the jacket and backpack straps, but I remained dry. Winds were measured at a steady 20mph with gusts up to almost 60mph and the jacket was very effective in blocking the wind which for me is the most impressive feature of the jacket. The hood accomodates a climbing helmet but not a ski helmet yet I do not see that as a deficiency- it is merely a design choice. I have found that the jacket drys as well as any other jacket that I own. In terms of fit, I weigh 200lbs and stand just shy of 6' tall. I purchased a large and the arms are a little narrow and a little long on me. The fit across the chest is spot on and I like the length of the jacket on the torso. Again, this strikes me as a solid design choice- I did not buy this jacket with the expectation to wear any real insulation under it so I am pleased with the fit. I wanted a jacket that will provide modest warmth, dump heat when I am skinning up a slope, protect me from the wind and offer some protection from snow. The Adze delivers on all fronts.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fit and finish are first rate. Let me begin by saying that I, not unlike others, have had some difficulties finding the proper fit of certain Patagonia garments, online. This, I'm sure, is due to my personal preferences rather than improper sizing. Trying before I buy isn't a possibility since there are no Patagonia retailers near me. I have purchased my preferred size, large, in other Patagonia garments listed as "regular fit," and they were too big, baggy, even. I then purchased a medium garment that was listed as "slim fit" and it was far too snug, and short in the arms. That all being said, I am 5'9", and 168 pounds, and the MEDIUM Adze Hybrid Hoody (regular fit) fits me just like I like. Slim enough to look stylish, but with enough room in the body and length in the sleeves to allow full arm extension without riding up. The Adze Hybrid Hoody is an interesting jacket. At times, it seems like a warm-weather garment, and at others, it seems better suited to cooler temperatures. As others have noted, the fleece fabric is wind resistant, but the unlined stretch panels are NOT. I can see wearing this jacket as a stand alone garment on cool, not cold, windless days, or as a mid layer under a shell. The ability to adjust the hood two different ways is a huge plus. I returned a Snap-T full zip hoody for it's lack of hood draw cord(s). The zippers on the Adze work nicely, the pockets are placed well, and the outer fabric is stretchy, but not flimsy. It has a really nice feel, but is quite abrasion resistant. I see myself putting in many miles and a lot of time wearing this jacket.
Date published: 2017-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding I don't write reviews because I hate to complain, and rarely sing praises. But this is a great jacket -- and I have lots of Patagonia and Arcteryx gear. The fit was odd, I ended up with a large and actually had the sleeves shortened (5'9" 175#), but I like to layer so needed the room...and here's why: this is my never-fail chore jacket on the farm. It is tough, durable, comfortable and blocks the wind and handles rain very well. The farm is just off the ocean, so the wind is constant - but chores need to get done and its a damp wind or steady drizzle throughout the fall and winter. Can't say anything about skiing or climbing or what not -- but this is a better work jacket than Carhart, and that's saying plenty.
Date published: 2016-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great go-to jacket Being 6'5" with a long "wingspan" (78" fingertip to fingertip), I was prepared to have to send the size large coat back. However I was pleasantly surprised to find it fits really, really well. We're having wetter-than-usual winter here in the PNW so the coat is seeing near-daily use in the past three months. I am really happy with it - it works well with or without a layer underneath. The drawcords and brim on the hood work *perfectly*. The coat breathes efficiently so I plan to get a black non-hooded version for cool-weather mountain biking. One niggle: there is a bit of light wear around the zippered hand pockets - something I'll keep an eye on.
Date published: 2016-03-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Quality Jacket, but takes forever to dry out Let me start by saying this is a quality jacket. Materials, stitching, zippers...all of it. The hood fits over a ski helmet fine but can still cinch down enough on a bare head without the extra material making you look deformed like some oversized hoods do. It is comfortable and warm. However... Despite it's "hybridness", it doesn't breath as well as I would have liked. I recently used it for back country skiing. Temps were consistently around 28 degrees all day. Winds were somewhat breezy in the trees and obviously more windy on the ridges and peaks. I kept it halfway unzipped skinning up, wearing a baseball cap and no gloves and was perfectly comfortable. The wind picked up a bit and it started to snow on the second lap so I had to zip up and wear gloves the second time up. That's when I started cooking, especially in the arms. I mean, I expect that to a degree. But the fleece part of the jacket really soaked up the sweat and started to get that wet feeling you get in hard shells. Anyway, I can live with that but the big dinger is that it took forever to dry out. I'm talking hours. And it's not like I had it balled up on the floor of the car. After two hours of it being draped over the front seat, the core part of the jacket was dry but the arms were still fairly soaked (and the and loop cuffs were undone). Had to pull them inside out to dry. Jackets are one of my vices. I have A LOT of them. Never had to do that before after an outing, certainly not after a snowy/windy 28 degree day. Bottom line, its a good jacket, but if you tend to overheat, do not expect to charge hard in this one.
Date published: 2016-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very useful Ok so I bought this back in August knowing I wouldn't use it till about nov and so far it's the jacket i reach for 1st. It's got enough stretch that I can wear my ultra light down jacket under it and still be warm into the 20s. It's not waterproof but very water resistant. I actually chose this over the Arcteryx gamma mx hoody because of its warmth . Great jacket my only complaint would be the lack of color options navy blue , red or a dark green would have been nice
Date published: 2016-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Comfortable, Good Fit, Go-To Soft-Shell This is my go-to soft-shell now. I chose red, love the color. I'm 5'11, 172lbs, and the medium fits great. I've layered with a piton hybrid jacket, a down sweater. It felt great with the piton underneath, but felt just a little to puffy with the down sweater - it's doable, for sure, but filled the adze out more than I normally prefer. The cuffs are very comfortable. Pockets are deep and situated well. It's long, but I have a long torso, so it's perfect for me. The cut is trim, for me ideal. The fabric is not stiff, and I've found myself at home for an hour or so, mucking around and forgetting that it's still on, to give an idea of the comfort level. The stretch panels under the arms/sleeves make movement feel unrestricted. Great for hiking, decent against the wind, good to wear around town. I haven't been caught in the rain yet. My only (tiny) complaint is this: it didn't come with a tab pull for the zipper on the chest, which is the pocket I use the most - wallet and/or phone. It's actually quite a difference not having the pull, and I find myself wishing I had one for this zipper EVERY time I use the pocket, which is often. It'd be magical if one arrived in the mail, wouldn't it? (not a subtle plea/hint, I know).
Date published: 2015-11-09
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