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Dynafit TLT Dynastretch Jacket

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The Dynafit TLT Dynastretch Jacket is a perfect option for those who appreciate the light and fast ethos but aren’t quite willing to commit to the looks of traditional race-style tops. Much like other race tops though, this jacket is lightweight, breathable, stretchy, and provides minimal insulation. A hybrid construction effectively balances weather protection with high output ventilation. The wind-resistant shoulders and chest also repel water while the back panel utilizes a micro-perforated lightweight fabric. Transitions are also a cinch thanks to strategically placed front pockets - great for stashing skins! Altogether, the Dynafit TLT Dynastretch Jacket allows you to stay protected and ventilated as you quickly move through the mountains.

  • Hybrid construction for a balance of weather protection and comfort.
  • Front zippered skin pockets so you can keep skin glue happy all day.
  • Minimal insulation makes it great for high output or spring days.
  • Helmet-compatible hood to keep the elements out.
  • Reflectors for night-time endeavors.
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434g [M]
Ventilation Micro Perferation
Hood Helmet compatible hood
Pockets 2 zippered front
Waist Elastic
Cuffs Elastic
Specs Verified Yes
Fit Athletic
Materials   Main Material: 100% Nylon
Insert: 89% Nylon, 11% Elastane
Insulation None
Seams Overlock stitch
Lining None
Coating DWR
Skimo Co Says
Usage Ideal for fair weather days and spring ski
Notes Stretchy!
Bottom Line Great for the fast and light minded folks
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Questions & Reviews

Nick S (used product regularly)
I purchased this pre 23/24 season and have about 50 days on it, 99% of them being uphilling & skimo training at the local resort. I even raced in it once! Overall, it suits these purposes quite well. Pockets are deep and work excellently for skimo skins. Breathes well while still managing to take the sting out of the elements. I'm 5'10" and 170 lbs, and purchased the large for layering, as I thought I'd use this more for free touring. For what I'm using it for, I probably should've got the size M but the L works well and doesn't look too ridiculous paired with race pants. The stretch is absurdly good. The hood works well with a helmet and doesn't naturally want to obstruct a headlamp, as many hoods do.

I did wear this jacket once on a more conventional tour and may do it again as a follow up, but honestly I prefer the lengthier, roomier fit & cut of my older Dynafit Chugach (also a size L) for free touring purposes.
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Question from Aaron
I’m 6’1” 180lbs, fairly chesty. Would you recommend a large or medium? Thanks
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Aaron,

I would lean towards a medium if you want it to be a snug fit. Large would give you plenty of room to layer under. In general, I would say this piece runs a little bit big - I'm often between a small and a medium in jackets, and in this piece the small is great and I could even wear the XS. If you sometimes wear a medium jacket, I would imagine you'd be a medium here.
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Question from Gabe
How does this fit, I don't own any Dynafit gear and typically wear small jackets (HH, patagonia) should I assume it fits like normal?
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Gabe, I'm between a small and a medium for most brands at 5'10 and pretty skinny - I just tried both and found that the small fit me better. If you normally wear a small in Patagonia, I think a small will work for you here and give you some room to layer.
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Pondsy (downright abused product)
Been crushing with this for over a year on everything but the coldest outings (I'm a wimp about cold). Loving it. Fits great, stretchy, lightweight, but pretty bomber when it comes to keeping out wind and snow. Hood fits over helmets. Front pockets are huge and get a lot of skin, snack, camera, and other usage. One of the coolest parts is my back doesn't seem to get super sweaty against my pack, even on warmer times. So whatever black magic that is, well done. Got nothing bad to say at all except I wish I bought one way sooner.
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Lrow (used product regularly)
As a lightweight, 'stiffer' race top, I think this jacket offers more than advertised; it is a race top so it's great for days where you might even be shedding down to your base layer, but also helps keep your heat close to your chest on the climb up. It's definitely been constructed in mind for stretching and layering if you want the 'race top' versatility and lightness but without all the glam the 'spandex/elastic' look offers. It helps break some wind off your chest on the climb and helps keep your back cool beneath a vest or your pack with small perforations.

It's great for a 'perfect fall day' - or spring, we get a lot of seasonal flip flopping in the Wasatch. The only way this jacket could be more perfect is if it could Swiss-army knife itself into a full length, comfortable race suit - sigh - something to consider for future designs I suppose. Five stars for comfort and multi purpose on varying temperature and condition days.
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Travis (used product a few times)
Really enjoying this jacket. It’s tougher than a wind shell and provides more pockets as well. Pockets are big enough to stash skins in and the jacket is very stretchy. I used it in heavy snow and it kept me dry, but would wet out if the snow is really wet. Pocket within the right pocket keeps your beacon or phone easy to access even if you have other things in your pocket. It’s a winner.
Reply from Travis
I continue to love this jacket. Goes on 90% of my tours.
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Taylor M (used product a few times)
So far I’ve been impressed and happy with this jacket. I was specifically looking for a breathable layer that had enough weather resistance to put on at the car and take off after returning to the car on speedy missions. I’m also particularly warm blooded so I was looking for something that could stay on during high output tours. I would say this almost meets that criteria. It works well for us warm blooded folks on days where temps are below high 20s or low 30s, when it still feels too hot and sweaty for me.

The only disappointment so far is a lack of odor control. I was surprised at how bad it smelled after only 3 tours or so. Maybe I’m the problem though…

Overall good jacket that’s well thought out and keeps the touring quick and efficient.
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