Gear Review: Patagonia Knifeblade Jacket and Pants

December 6, 2014  |  In Gear Reviews   |   Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , ,   |   2 Comments

Winter Jacket and Pants
Patagonia Knifeblade Jacket
$379, 1 lb. 2 oz. (men’s medium)
Sizes: men’s XS-XL, women’s XS-L

moosejaw.com

Patagonia Knifeblade Pants
$299, 1 lb. 1 oz. (men’s small)
Sizes: men’s XS-XL, women’s XS-L
moosejaw.com

Skiing up Pilot Peak in Idaho’s Boise Mountains, on a day of clouds, light snow and wind, and temperatures just below freezing, I kept my jacket on—something I almost never do when skiing uphill (unless it’s much colder), because I invariably work up a good sweat.

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2 Responses to Gear Review: Patagonia Knifeblade Jacket and Pants

  1. Lu   |  December 9, 2014 at 7:03 am

    “though many women may not like the suspenders because they’ll have to remove their jacket to pee.”
    Not really. On the Knifeblade pants, undo the snap buttons and pull the side zips down. The butt flap comes down to allow access.

    • MichaelALanza   |  December 9, 2014 at 7:49 am

      Thanks for clarifying that!

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