Founded in England in 1966, Berghaus has amassed a 50-year legacy of innovative outdoor firsts. Inspired by the needs of real climbers, Berghaus jackets were the first in Europe to be engineered with Gore-Tex® fabric systems—still the world’s premier waterproof breathable technology. Berghaus backpacks achieved notoriety with the Cyclops rucksack, then went on to revolutionize load transfer and motion with the Bioflex® system. Pioneering trends in world-class thermal insulation, Berghaus fleece products are consistently warm, durable, pillresi ... Learn more about Berghausstant and wind blocking. Berghaus caters to athletes who push their products to the extreme. ... Less
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Anke65 from Sonora, California on Saturday, January 17, 2015
    This would be a great vest for running, nice material, high zipper and collar to keep out a cold breeze. It runs small, I ordered a size 8 which corresponds to a Euro Size 36 , which is too small for me. STP did not have a size 10, too bad. Definitely recommend it.
  • Verified Buyer 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.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by cckiger from mariposa, ca on Saturday, September 13, 2014
    Love it. I wanted something for just a little extra warmth to wear with a moisture wicking type t-shirt that breathes and this is perfect. I like the length too and the pockets. It weighs next to nothing and packs. The small fits me perfectly. I would say true to size though some times a "small" is a bit big on me. This is not big at all and I am slightly built. So definitely don't size down. I didn't want to layer it over anything very heavy so this works but if I did I'd maybe have sized up.
  • Verified Buyer 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 Mom & Wife from Eastern North Carolina on Tuesday, April 15, 2014
    this vest is very thin.....but think maybe it is suppose to be .....I was just surprised. Love the color but also ran a little smaller than "normal" sizes....
  • Reviewed by Carly5 from New York City on Tuesday, April 1, 2014
    I wanted an attractive packable vest with pockets for travel and jogging. This one (a brownish grey) is extremely stylish for a running vest, with a pretty red collar. Inside pockets in addition to the two zipped ones would be a bonus but I'm quite pleased with my new purchase -- wore it twice the first week and it definitely does the job. Haven't washed it yet. Definitely extremely packable. And I feel majestic wearing it.
  • Reviewed by Runner in MN from Seattle on Wednesday, March 12, 2014
    The jacket seems great so far. I have not tested it in the rain for an extended period of time but so far I have not had any leaks. The jacket does run small. I usually wear a size small or size 4 but got a size 10 in this jacket. It is a little big but gives me room to layer another jacket underneath when it is cold. If I wanted a sleeker look with the jacket I could have gone with the size 8.
  • Reviewed by active mom from pittsburgh, Pa on Friday, February 7, 2014
    Read other reviews about sizing and ordered a 12. I would normally wear an 8. It fits, but still a little snug, especially in the arms. The coat was not what I expected. Very thin. I don't feel it is even worth the $49 I spent on it. Hope to return it for an exchange of another item. Saw a nice Marmot waterproof jacket at a local sporting store for the same price I paid for this coat.
  • Reviewed by FL from Hong kong on Wednesday, January 29, 2014
    The length of sleeve is abit short. I got a small, as per the size information, it should be 33 inch, infact it is less than 32.5inch
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