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Morphosis Jacket [Womens] hybrid insulated jacket

Hybrid windshell with gridded fleece insulation in all the right places, designed to adapt to your activity and effort levels

Morphosis Jacket Womens
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It's a cold day, yet the skies are clear and you're sheltered from the elements by the rock itself. As you make the top-out you're greeted by cold gusts of wind, you zip up your jacket and set about making an anchor.

Forget the on again, off again, on again, off again; it’s time to think about what you’re doing, not what you’re wearing.

Morphosis means change, evolution, and adaptation. That’s why it’s the perfect name for a jacket designed to be comfortable no matter your activity, temperature, and effort level.

When a windshell is too sweaty and a fleece won’t cut out the wind on its own, that’s where the Morphosis comes into its own. The outer fabric is more breathable than a completely windproof shell, allowing 6 CFM of airflow which is just about noticeable in the strongest of winds yet sacrifices little protection. Zoned gridded fleece leaves the under-arms and side panels uninsulated, letting you dump heat when working hard without losing wind protection. A full-length zip gives you the option to vent when necessary.

Finally, with lightweight construction, Morphosis accords you the freedom of movement necessary for natural climbing,hill-walking, riding, and wild arm-swinging.

The Morphosis can be worn over a base layer in warmer temperatures and for high output activities like trail running, or layered over a fleece for colder conditions and slower work rates.

Key features
  • 3 Year Alpine Bond
  • Hybrid construction and zoned gridded fleece
  • Breathable, wind resistant, water shedding outer
  • Quick drying, comfortable next to skin
  • Semi-elastic hood opening, stiffened hood peak and single hood adjuster
  • Full-length YKK Vislon zip, internal baffle, and chin guard
  • Zipped chest and hand pockets
  • Semi-lycra bound cuffs for no faff
  • Fully adjustable hem drawcord
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Vital stats

8: 250 g; 10: 270 g; 12: 280 g; 14: 300 g; 16: 305 g


Outer: 100% nylon (20d, 40gsm)
6CFM air permeability and mechanical stretch
Lining: 100% polyester (140gsm) micro-gridded fleece

Origin: China

Size chart
Women's sizing
8 10 12 14 16
Chest (inches) 32" 34" 36" 38" 40
Waist (inches) 25.5" 27" 29" 31" 33"
Hips (inches) 35" 37" 39" 41" 43"
This size chart indicates the body measurements our garments are designed to fit. Measure yourself as described below, and use the size chart to find your size.
Chest: measure around your chest at the widest part. The tape measure should pass under your arms, and be level from front to back.
Waist: measure around your waist at the narrowest part.
Hips: standing with your feet together, measure around your hips at the widest part.

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Almost perfect...

There is a lot to like about this jacket. It fits really well, the colour is nice, and it looks good on. The shape/cut is great -- I like the slim lines, and the slight length in the back. It's wonderfully lightweight and has some great features -- I love the stretchy cuffs, the little pocket, and the fact that the hood is slightly stiffened but not wired (I don't get on with wired hoods for anything that's not a hardshell). It's exactly the right combination of light, warm, windproof type thing I was looking for.

The only downside for me is the outer material. It's quite "wuffly". The problem is the bits under the arm pits and the sleeves where it's not fleecy. Obviously this is to let the heat out in these areas - a great idea - but I found the total lack of lining there a bit off-putting. I would have used this jacket as the "one layer" to chuck on during/after a run when I needed a bit of warm/windproof, and if I was wearing a long sleeved baselayer it would be fine, but if wearing a short sleeved tee or a sleeveless top I found I didn't like the feel of the unlined fabric against my bare skin. I would much prefer even a very thin lining - I even considered hacking up an old wiking T short or something and sewing one in myself! I'm gutted as I loved the jacket in all other respects... but since that would be my primary use case I eventually decided it was a dealbreaker. Such a shame. If you could remake it with a very thin breathable liner (like Rab's vapour rise tops for example) in the side/sleeve, then it would be an absolute winner!

What They Say: Kudos - Product Reviews from independent magazines and websites

Off Road Test Out the Morphosis Jacket

Great value all year round jacket that will keep you warm and won’t hamper any activity


off-road.cc December 2018 - Rachael Gurney

Trail Running Mag Review the Morphosis

Simple, effective and great value, the Morphosis is classic Alpkit.


Trail Running Mag December 2018 - Trail Running Mag

Wild UK Tests Out the Morphosis Half-Zip

Mine has been my constant companion on the crag, as it easily clips to the back of my harness when not in use, and comes into its own on those chilly belay ledges.


Wild UK October 2018 - Graham Uney

UKC Review the Morphosis Jacket

An excellent softshell at a price it's hard to argue with, the Morphosis is a versatile layer for all manner of spring/summer/autumn activities.


UKC / UKH July 2018 - Dan Bailey