Put it on, leave it on. The breathable Dirt Roamer Jacket is designed for the changing climates and altitudes unique to mountain biking, allowing you to dump heat on climbs, shed wind and light precipitation on descents and ridgelines, while also stretching to accommodate on-bike movements. Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.
Breathable 100% recycled nylon fabric with stretch allows unrestricted movement and eliminates the need for pit zips
Soft knit backer wicks moisture, eliminates clamminess and is comfortable against skin
Hood adjusts with a single pull for clear peripheral vision and rolls away into a hook-and-loop stow system
V-shaped rear-drop pocket centers and distributes weight; nests between Dirt Roamer Liner Bibs’ torso pockets
Jacket packs down small and stows in back pocket
Secure interior-chest pocket for valuables
Fair Trade Certified™ sewn
Made in Vietnam.
201 g (7.1 oz)
2.3-oz 100% recycled nylon stretch face bonded to a 100% polyester circular-knit back, with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
More than 70% of the materials used by Patagonia in their volume are environmentally preferred raw materials. Patagonia also aims to use only mostly preferred materials in the future - including organic and renewable cotton, recycled polyester and recycled nylon. Patagonia does not use Phthalates in their production and they also aim to become Perfluorinated Chemicals free in their production by 2025. Patagonia is committed to the quality and durability of its products and offers repair services to further extend the life of its products.
A large part of Patagonia's products are made in China and Vietnam. Patagonia holds its suppliers (and itself) to the highest environmental and social standards in the industry. To manage the process, they rely on industry tools and standards, and when sufficiently stringent standards do not exist, they create them themselves.Patagonia has aSupplier Workplace Code of Conduct which is based on International Labour Organization (ILO) core labor standards and requires compliance with all laws in each of the countries in which their factories operate. They are also a member of the Fair Labor Association® (FLA). The FLA is a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit organization established to hold apparel companies accountable for responsible labor practices.
Patagoniahas disclosed their annual climate footprint since 2013 and they are working hard to reduce their emissions. Around 95% of Patagonia's carbon emissions come from the supply chain, which includes everything from the crops needed to make yarn to transporting finished garments to warehouses, stores and our customers' doors. Patagonia's goal is to become fully carbon neutral for the entire business and supply chain by 2025.