Tough and light enough for alpine endeavors, or just running around town on a rainy day! The
Runoff jacket is your go-to raingear for daily as well as expedition use.
- Dry.Q Core 70D rainwear shell
- Attached, adjustable hood
- Single hem drawcord for quick fit adjustment
- Full elastic cuffs to seal out moisture
- Two mesh lined hand pockets
- Micro-Chamois lined chin guard eliminates zipper chafe
Dry.Q Core garments are made for outdoor enthusiasts whose needs don't require the elite levels of performance offered by Dry.Q Elite. Dry.Q Core offers state-of-the-art waterproof-breathability with durability and breathability metrics that meet or exceed industry standards. Unlike most outdoor apparel manufacturers, Mountain Hardwear doesn't source pre-finished fabrics. They engineer each Dry.Q Core fabric layer by layer, combining face and backing materials with different benefits to best meet the needs of the intended user, climate and activity.
Care and Feeding of Waterproof Breathable Shells
For best performance, it is a good idea to keep your waterproof/breathable Gore-Tex or Conduit shell clean and its DWR (durable water repellent) finish freshly charged. This means keeping oil and grease away from the garment, washing it when it gets dirty and reapplying its DWR finish.
Shells can be machine-washed in warm (not hot) water using regular powdered laundry detergent. Wash in a front-loading washing machine only. Do not use Woolite, other cleaners with lanolin (or any other oil), or fabric softener. Put the garment through at least two rinse cycles, as the detergent can interact with the DWR finish and needs to be totally rinsed out of the material.
After the shell has been washed, reapply the DWR finish while the garment is still damp. The heat of the dryer will help set the DWR finish into the fabric. Tumble dry on medium heat.
We recommend you re-treat your shell at the beginning of your wet weather season, and at least once during the season. However, if you are washing your shell often, we recommend re-treating the DWR finish more frequently. For best results, use spray-on, rather than wash-in, products. Once you have successfully cleaned and refinished your shell, it should work as well as new again.