Men's Winter Bullwheel Jacket™

Style# 50225OR

Amidst the colossal grey face of the Chief, in the old growth forest below or back in town with a brew, the Winter Bullwheel Jacket always feels at home. This hardworking jacket features Thermore® Compact insulation with a quilted polyester liner, a DWR finish and stretch for move-with-you functionality.
Relaxed Fit






  • Wind Resistant
  • Water Resistant
  • Breathable
  • Center Front Zipper
  • Movement-Mirroring Stretch
  • Internal Front Stormflap
  • Zippered Chest Pocket
  • Chest Snap Pocket
  • Snap Cuff Closures
  • Curved Hem


Fit: Relaxed Fit

Fabric: 95% polyester, 5% spandex DWR-treated stretch woven outer // 100% nylon 30D embossed taffeta quilted lining // Thermore® Classic Compact Insulation 100% polyester, 60 g/m2

Center Back Length: 30” / 76 cm (L)

Avg. Weight (oz./g): 25.2oz / 715g (L)

Customer Reviews

Good Jacket - Bad Fit (Review by BeardedCanadian)

This jacket is overall a nice jacket that is relatively warm. I can wear with just a shirt underneath to below freezing temps and keep relatively warm, as long as I am not sitting doing nothing.

The material is nice, repels rain pretty well and is soft. The fit is big. I am 5'10" and 190 lbs with broad shoulders and I can swim in a Large. Even if I layer underneath it, the sleeves are WAY to long. It is definitely not built for athletically built individuals.

(Posted on 10/29/15)

Everyday Jacket (Review by Marc)

This jacket is a great if you want to wear something that is high quality but doesn't make you look like your are going to go hiking in the near future. The design is very much like a flannel shirt but the lining and the soft shell exterior make it much warmer and much more breathable than a heavy flannel and it has fleece lined hand pockets which are perfect for windy days or if you don't want to wear gloves! The jacket is not quite as warm as any of my down jackets or primaloft insulated puffy jackets but it is perfect for weather above 50 degrees. Overall it looks great and can be worn all of spring and fall and when winter comes around it can be a great mid layer.

(Posted on 1/24/15)

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