Closeouts. Berghaus' Ridgeway jacket should be an essential part of your outdoor gear collection. Ultralight and easy to pack, AQ2.5 fabric ensures storm protection and two-way pit zips let extra heat easily escape.
Reviewed by Forest Gump from Montana on Tuesday, September 30, 2014
This jacket is about as light-weight as it can be while still including elements found on full-featured jackets such as pockets, drawstrings, an adjustable hood, and pit zips. I used it on an ultra-light month-long bike/mountaineering tour. I only wished it had a higher volume hood because it was a bit of a stretch to get it over my bike helmet. Still, a very light and versatile jacket. I sometimes have to wear large because medium tends to be tight in the shoulder and chest area but this medium fit perfectly, and I could wear a thin insulating layer underneath.
Reviewed by Forest Gump from Montana on Tuesday, July 29, 2014
This is a lightweight jacket (which I was looking for) and seems to be well constructed. The hood is very snug and would not fit over a helmet. For me that's a drawback. Otherwise it's a nice cut, probably slightly longer than average, and it doesn't ride up when you lift your arms so coverage at the waist should always be good.
Reviewed by Pacific north wet nomad from seattle on Friday, May 2, 2014
wore a dozen times or so used cuff Velcro & jacket tore from strong Velcro tension or pull. Thankfully STP here allows for easy returns:) wanted to like it though jacket broke with way to much ease to every like...
Reviewed by KevinH from Kerrville TX on Monday, January 6, 2014
Nice styling but too snug in shoulders and armpits over fleece jacket. Other shells same size I have fit fine over fleece jackets. At little pricey even at reduced price for such thin material. Fine in a pack as emergency shell but won't hold up under extensive use. No inside pockets.
Reviewed by Ali loves to Ride from Sydney, Australia on Wednesday, February 13, 2013
This is a great jacket but unfortunately too big. The weight is more than I expected, so not as breathable & warmer than I wanted. I noticed when trying that the zipper definitely wasnt as smooth as my other jacket - which makes it harder to operate when riding a bike. However, if it had been smaller I'd have kept it.
Reviewed by Rain walker from Seal Cove, ME on Monday, December 17, 2012
I have used this jacket in light rain with blowing wind and it did a good job of keeping the rain out and off my face. The zipper is reversed, which my wife explained is more common on women's coats. I'm still getting used to this feature. The collar is tall, which really closes you in, but takes some getting used to.