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Patagonia Men's Triolet Jacket

C$ 469.00 - C$ 234.00
C$ 469.00 - C$ 234.00
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    C$ 469.00 BLK
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    C$ 469.00 NAFG
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    C$ 469.00 VIK
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    C$ 234.00 C$ 469.00 GCB
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Our jack-of-all-things-alpine, the Triolet Jacket leverages waterproof/breathable 3-layer GORE-TEX® fabric in a feature-rich shell to deliver versatile, durable performance in heavy snow, driving wind and rain.

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Born from tradition and infused with modernity, our Triolet Jacket maintains its mountain focus the way a hard shell should: through heavy snow, driving wind and pouring rain. The 3-layer GORE-TEX® fabric features a waterproof/breathable membrane bonded between a robust inner lining and a durable polyester outer shell; a DWR (durable water repellent) finish further fends off wet weather. The helmet-compatible, 2-way-adjustable hood with a laminated visor blends protection with optimal visibility; traditional cord locks in the hood and hem allow for quick adjustment; an interior stretch mesh catch-all pocket stashes gloves or a hat; two Napoleon chest and two handwarmer pockets stay clear of harness and pack lines. Other detailing includes low-bulk, watertight, coated zippers on the pit zips and external pockets; low-profile cuff closures; full-reach gusseted underarm panels for mobility; and an elasticized pant attachment strap at the inside lower back to eliminate gaps on powder days.
  • 3-layer durably waterproof/breathable and windproof 100% polyester GORE-TEX® fabric for rugged protection
  • Re-engineered Optimal Visibility Hood with laminated visor is helmet-compatible and 2-way-adjustable to provide good visibility in poor conditions
  • Two Napoleon chest pockets with watertight zips and zipper garages; two welted handwarmer pockets stay clear of a harness or pack waistbelt; interior stretch catch-all pocket
  • Watertight 2-way pit zips in gusseted underarm panels let you reach without raising the body of the jacket
  • Low-profile cuffs use a tapered tab hook-and-loop closure for a tight wrist-seal
  • Elasticized strap at low back connects to any Patagonia® Snow pants and select Alpine pants to prevent jacket from riding up
  • Dual-adjust drawcord hem seals out weather
  • 587 g (20.7 oz)
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Model is 6'0" and wearing a size Medium
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3-layer, 4.8-oz 75-denier 100% polyester plain-weave GORE-TEX® shell with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish

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Water Resistant

DWR (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.


The construction of 3-Layer GORE-TEX® Products is unique. A 3-layer GORE-TEX® membrane is sandwiched between a soft outer material and a knit polyester backing material that increases durability. These garments keep you comfortable and protected from the elements without adding extra bulk or weight.

The GORE-TEX® membrane has 9 billion pores per square inch, with each pore 20,000 times smaller than a water droplet. These tiny holes are too small for water and wind to pass through from the outside. But these same pores are large enough for moisture vapor to pass through, so your body's perspiration is able to escape and you won’t feel clammy or uncomfortable inside your jacket.


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Men's Triolet Jacket is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 43.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost a great shell This jacket would be perfect without one major flaw; The cuffs don't seem to be made out of the same material as the rest of the shell. Water does not bead on the cuffs like it does the rest of the jacket. I wore it in heavy rain, with the cuffs cinched down as tight as they would go, and after about 20 minutes it had soaked through to my shirt sleeves. I was hoping this piece of gear would fit the bill as an all around ski shell, and something I could wear while guiding fishing trips. I look forward to wearing it in the snow, but I could have been just as damp on the river for a quarter of the price.
Date published: 2017-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fend off all elements Bought it on sale! First impressed by its sharp look, then its bulliet-proof feature. Haven't used it for any skiiing or hiking or mountain climbing yet, but the rain-proofness has been tested and it beats Pata torrentshell out of the water. Hope Patagonia may consider using Gore pro on this jacket, coz like other reviewer point out, the breathability is a big issue when wearing multilayered insulations on a highly strenuous day.
Date published: 2017-08-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Meh Sharp looking. Sizing is a bit large, very stuffy. Traditional gore doesn't breathe well at all. Wonder why not gore pro, best product Patagonia makes doesn't really impress.
Date published: 2017-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great cold-weather Gore-tex shell I'm 6'0, 180 pounds, and I own the large. I usually wear a medium, and have other Patagonia items in medium, but for me the medium Triolet was too small to layer under, and last year's large had arms that were too long. This year's, the navy blue with the forge grey, has shorter arms, and I now happily own the jacket. Awesome winter shell. The material really feels bombproof, and the zippers are waterproof. Generous pit zips. I use this in winter for alpine skiing, and bad weather xc touring. I can layer under it nicely. All around a great jacket and one I know I will have for a long time.
Date published: 2017-04-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Close, but needs improvements Pros: Fabric is amazing. This jacket is bombproof and will take lots of rock, ice, alpine abuse. The pockets are well placed. The flaps are good on the hand warmer pockets and don't snag on draws or gear that is shoulder slung. Helmet fits well under the hood and there is enough extra material at the nape of the neck that you are never tugging at it when looking down while wearing a pack. Cuffs are well designed and can be cinched over or under the gauntlet of a glove. Long reaches are easy. Cons: Hood circumference drawcords are absolutely terrible. I had to add large external drawcord locks to make them stay in place. Without them the simplest motion of the head loosens up the whole thing; awful in the wind and blowing snow. This must be fixed in the next iteration of the jacket. Wish it had: A two way zipper, if this is really an alpine jacket, then it needs a two way zip. If we are all climbing in our nano air something jackets, then we might be putting the triolet on top of our harness for short stints. Also wish there was goretex in the hem, it feels like moisture is wicking in at that spot, but its sitting on top of your pants, so not a big deal. It doesn't feel like there is Gore Tex in the cuff, but that is either under a glove and being dried out by your body, or over the glove where you don't feel it. Wish it didn't have: Pit zips. I cannot understand pit zips on a climbing jacket. Skiing and backpacking, sure. And Patagonia makes plenty of jackets that fit the bill for those activities. For a pure alpine jacket, pit zips are useless. If its not precipitating, then why would anyone wear a hardshell? If it is raining/snowing/spindrifting all over you and you lift your arm to climb, then everything is going right into your jacket. It only take one pitch of climbing wet ice or spindrift to realize that a pit zip is useless on a climbing jacket. I realize that the M10 is the lightweight pure alpine jacket, but some folks want a burlier jacket for everyday climbing/guiding. Save the M10 for those "pushing your limits" kind of days. I would love to know if Steve or Colin or the other ambassadors are asking for pit zips on an alpine jacket, or if this is something that marketing thinks people want.
Date published: 2017-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rugged but light! Bought this to replace an old parka that had just become too bulky and cumbersome. This over-shell is great for layering and keeping out the wind and water. I went a size larger than I normally wear because I read they were sized a little small and I wanted to be able to add layers. I am perfectly satisfied. I survived our long cruel winter and am looking forward to the next!
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well-made, durable, great fit and features The quality you have come to expect from Patagonia. Constructed to last a lifetime.
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 6 month review Got this last fall I believe, review after using it all winter for skiing. Size: L, 6'2'', 190, in good shape. Fits perfectly, good length without being down to my mid thighs. Arms, shoulders, etc. are long enough. Pros: Very waterproof as a rain jacket and when skiing, reinforces the "gortex or bust" mantra. Skiing down a mountain's worth of snow making machines on a particular day, the outside was coated/semi-frozen, but inner was still dry. Super durable, been skiing in this many times, not a lot or any wear showing up yet, including on the velcro wrist closures. Underneath (size large) it fits a nano-air or fleece, a t shirt and baselayer comfortably, could probably fit a down under it instead of a fleece too. Good combo of form fitting but not restrictive. Love it for skiing. Hood will fit over a helmet give or take. Cons: Breathability plummets when the outside gets coated and frozen, as per the snowmaking machine day. The gortex jacket itself was dry on the inside but my nanoair underneath got wet quickly to a pretty surprising level. I don't think the moisture leaked through so probably just sweat and green-housing inside of it. This is expected with gortex though. A concern maybe if winter hiking, but then you could just use the pit zips in that case. A little heavy and big for a rain jacket when back-packing too.
Date published: 2017-02-27
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