Reviewed by Yosemite Jen from Yosemite, CA on Tuesday, March 13, 2012
This jacket and a long sleeve wool shirt kept me cosy in 20 degree windy weather. The fleece fabric is soft and flexible considering its wind-blocking properties. The color (wine) is a rich burgundy. The jacket seems to be of high quality construction, with flat tech zippers and fleece lined pockets...
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Reviewed by Lover of hiking and good deals from Cape Cod on Thursday, December 19, 2013
I'm not sure I'd label this a 'wind-pro' jacket. It does take some of the bite out of the wind but I still need a windbreaker for windy days. It fits well. Feels good. Good quality. Layered with a silk turtle-neck, a long sleeve but lightweght sweat shirt and covered with a windbreaker, this jacket kept me warm on a rainy, windy 19 degree hike with strong wind. The cell phone pocket and other zippered pockets are added value. I'm happy to have found this one.
Reviewed by Susan the Eclectic from Bay Area, Calif. on Friday, June 7, 2013
Walked up a high San Francisco hill in my new jacket. High 50's, wind really gusty. Hardly felt a thing. Pulled the sleeves down over my hands; I now understand why they're longish, while not fall-down. I usually wear a small, but got it in medium for room to layer. Ex Officio fabrics are often stretchy, so bigger is better. It's quite shapely; chic. Miracle fabric: soft, thin yet warm, and in a sophisticated color. And light weight! I'll be taking it to Romania next fall.
Reviewed by kreyn82 from minnesota on Wednesday, February 13, 2013
would have been a great layering piece to have, but arrived with a burn mark across the front (probably from sealing iron onto the plastic packaging bag?) had to return and sadly none others left in my size. I will keep looking to see if more come in though