Closeouts. A soft, stretchy stand-alone piece or an easy-layering jacket, Haglofs' Bungy fleece jacket features the performance of Polartec® Power Stretch® Pro, a technical fleece that's designed to wick moisture, move easily and breathe freely.
Reviewed by The Researcher from Seattle, WA on Friday, December 7, 2012
This jacket doesn't disappoint. Warm for its light weight, it is very fashionable (the Teal color goes well with many colored pants) and you don't see Haglofs around the Pacific NW very often. The material is smooth fleece on the outside and is not water resistant in the least (it actually absorbs water). The jacket is meant to be worn as a midlayer. One thing that disappoints me is the length of the jacket; it's a couple of inches too long. Docked off one star for that. I have several jackets from TNF, Columbia, Millet, but this one is off for some reason. The collar is big enough to put your entire chin in it even after zipping all the way up. I wished Haglofs included an adjustable draw cord collar as such in their Pelamis Jacket. I would consider the jacket as thin for a fleece jacket. Arms are a little long, but if you are using the thumb loops, the arm length is perfect. Great jacket all around; just a little on the long side (body-wise). Semi-fitted jacket. 5'4"/120lbs and got the Small.