Craft Sportswear High-Performance Run Featherlight Jacket (For Men)
About Craft Sportswear High-Performance Run Featherlight Jacket (For Men)
Closeouts. Shake off the chill during early morning runs with Craft Sportswear High-Performance Run Featherlight jacket. Made of ultralight woven nylon with a DWR treatment, it boasts mesh panels for ventilation at the shoulders, back and sides.
Specs about Craft Sportswear High-Performance Run Featherlight Jacket (For Men)
- Closure: YKK®,Zipper
- Zipper: Left
- Length: 26" (based on size large)
- Fabric: 100% nylon
- Care: Machine wash/dry
- Total weight: 4.5 oz.
- Made in Viet Nam
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 3-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ronbo from clinton,ms on Monday, February 9, 2015great reflector markings. Very light weight and breathable. Had to send it back. Cut for very slim builds. I am husky in the arms and chest. It was tight in both arms and chest. Disappointed. Loved the color, weight and reflector material.
Reviewed by Trailrunner from Appalachia on Tuesday, December 3, 2013As is common with euro-sized endurance sport wear (e.g., cycling, running, etc.), sizing often runs substantially smaller with Craft items, and this is the case with this running jacket. First things first, if you wear a US size large men's jacket, you'll want to order an XL, at least, and even that will fit snug, more like a US medium. Even ordering a size or two up didn't result in an overly long jacket like you would think it might, so no worries with ordering up there. Here's the universal issue, however: the forearms are incredibly and disproportionally small. It's the oddest thing I've ever come across in a piece of technical outerwear. I ordered a large (overall a bit small), returned it with STP's great return policy, just got the XL, hoping the super-tight forearm issue would be resolved, but to no avail. Let me be more specific: supertight=skin tight, which is problematic for an outer layer without stretch properties. Let me make full disclosure here that I am not Popeye, so I don't have abnormally brutish forearms and have never in twenty five years of competitive running and cycling come across this issue. I'm assuming that whoever manufactured this jacket for Craft saved some money in materials by trimming here and there and then shipping to Craft, at which point it's too late. Having worked in the industry before, I've seen this sort of thing with tent floors (the ones that always have a crease and never lie flat--that's not bad set-up or design, it was intentional skimping in the factory). That error is presumably what led to this Craft running jacket being discounted massively at every retailer nationally who's carrying it and Craft dumping the inventory on STP. So, if you're stick thin, this will work. But normal athletic or muscularly defined folks, this is not a great bet. In terms of construction and materials, it's superb. Unbelievably light, great venting just in the right spots, and, with no liner, perfectly compact and packable. To be clear, this is the running version, not the cycling that you see elsewhere in lookalike versions, so there's no rear zip pocket. It's a true running windshell. Keep that last point in mind--this is for wind and has nothing to do with rain/snow/precip. The green is awesome.