I have a hooded Driclime zipper jacket which I got in 1998 or 1999, but I don't use it much anymore. It was great at the time, but I've found other things which work better for me.
For backpacking I'm now using a Houdini windshirt and Cocoon Hoody, which at 13 oz total is an ounce less than the Driclime and covers a much broader temperature range. For climbing, when it's not as easy to change layers, I used the Driclime sometimes but considered it too fragile, and switched to a Patagonia Core softshell which I loved and was much tougher. I still use the Core for cold weather yardwork like tree cutting and wood splitting.
For a single hooded shell with a wide range for climbing and day trips I'm now using a Patagonia Spraymaster (11oz), which is extremely comfortable. It's more rain resistant than the Driclime and breathes just as well.
Now, for a great vintage breathable shell, how about the 1970 Sierra Designs 60/40?