- Wind Resistant
- Water Resistant
- Quick Drying
- Motion- Mirroring Stretch
- Full Center Front Zipper
- Internal Front Stormflap
- Two Zippered Hand Pockets
- Zippered Napoleon Pocket
- Internal Gasket Knit Cuff
- Drawcord Adjustable Hood
- Hanging Hood
- Drawcord Hem
Fit: Standard Fit
Fabric: Ventia™ 3L, 100% polyester 125D plain weave face with fleece backer // 94% polyester, 6% spandex cuff
CENTER BACK LENGTH: 28½” / 72 cm (L)
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 24.2oz / 685g (L)
- Gorgeous piece! (Review by seerabike)
Though a jacket I wear in my outside job, I've had two buddies working at Nordstrom ask where it's from. Though owning hard core rain jackets I find that something comfortable next to skin (arms mainly, when wearing short sleeves) and ability to repel light Seattle rain is my go-to. Super added bonus is the wrist gaiter, clever hood design, snug fit and non-technical look.
(Posted on 2/24/15)
- Pleasantly Surprised. (Review by five56)
Bought this jacket to replace a couple other soft-shells that have seen better days. When I opened the package and spread it out, I thought I got shafted, This thing isn't any thicker than my sweat shirts and considerably thinner than my 2 other soft-shells. Iowa Winters can be quite bad, so I need something that can go from the city, to the range, out hiking and not get in my way.
This jacket does the job, With a tshirt and 20ish degrees with a decent wind I set out on a late night dog walk, I figured I would be freezing cold. I was not, I was not warm, but comfortable! Perfect! As i write this its currently 6 degrees I have a 1/4 zip thermal and my Deadbolt and I was perfectly fine outside. I think this jacket would really shine 30-40 degree weather.
I have 2 complaints however, 1, its a little tight in the chest area it doesn't restrict movement but if you wanted to layer up it might get snug. 2 the pockets could be a little larger (probably more of a personal preference) For reference I'm 6' 190lbs.
(Posted on 1/5/15)