Reviewed by Gyspy free heels from High Country, NC on Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Been out on the slopes in negative digits and wind chills with just a base and mid layer - never was cold. This is a very good jacket, just be aware it tends to run large. You don't need to size up if you want extra room.
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Reviewed by Christmas Ready from York, PA on Monday, October 17, 2011
Bought this for my son and I'm excited to see it in action. Note sizes when ordering. I ordered 2 and was surprised how big the smaller size was on him. Did not notice bulk others mentioned. Lightweight. Very nicely constructed. Great price!!
Best Uses: Casual Wear, Winterwear
Chest Size: Feels too big
Gear Usage: Cold Weather Living
Pros: Good for layering, Lightweight, Stylish, Wind Resistant
Reviewed by Sr jalapenno from Santa Monica, California on Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Was planning to use for skiing. I ended up using my Grenade brand jacket and 868 jackets instead, cause they came with a powder belt built in and are water proof. They are also a bit nicer and picked them up on sale for less than what I paid for this jacket at STP. I used this jacket for walking around Salt lake city while it snowed it kept me warm didn't spend too much time outdoors while it snowed, out of hotel short walk to restaurant, and at the out door mall. I still have to try it out on the slopes but would not wear this on a day it was snowing since its not water proof. Makes you look a little puffy but not bad. The shoulders and back fitted well, but the sleeves run a little long, not too bad though. I believe fly low is a bit pricey for what they offer.
It says H20 resistant.|The jacket is not at all bulky, At first I though that I would need quite a few layers under it.|I skied it in 15-25MPH winds under snow guns and the white stuff that mother nature had to offer and with just Two light layers of Wool as base layers I was toasty and Dry with no "Wet Out", Even when standing under the guns!|The jacket runs true to size.
Answered on 12/7/2010 12:00:00 AM by FLOAM B from Highland Lakes