Closeouts. Haglofs' Foss jacket is the perfect barrier between you and that chilly, windy weather; its two-layer wind- and water-proof Proof membrane, breathable lining and pit zips keep you dry and warm when you need it the most.
Reviewed by buttondeb from North Carolina on Monday, December 16, 2013
Very pleased with this rain jacket. I keep it in my small day pack and pull it out when needed. Love the zip pitts and mesh breatheability because I'm usually hiking in warmish weather. I bought a larger size so it fits over my day pack as well so I don't need a separate waterproof cover for my pack.
Reviewed by Prairiedge from Minnesota on Wednesday, June 12, 2013
I was looking for a lined raincoat, as I find the unlined breathable rain jackets get too clammy for me. This has a great lining and pit zips, just what I wanted...but it is too tight in the shoulders and under the arms to wear over a warm layer, and doesn't have enough looseness for me even without a warm layer. I'm a small-medium, and a large might fit, but there aren't any left.
Reviewed by STP fan from Iowa City on Friday, April 8, 2011
I'm returning this disappointing jacket. It's very thin and I had a hard time appreciating what made it so pricey. This was my first time ordering this brand and I felt I could have picked up a comparable product for [$] at [...].
Reviewed by Traveler from New York on Monday, April 4, 2011
I use this jacket for running errands, for travel: it is great to put on over a sweater or fleece when traveling on the plane, or walking on a rainy day. It can be worn in spring or in summer without layering. It is very light and "packable." I wish the hood could be detached, however.
Reviewed by Flicka the traveler from New York on Saturday, April 2, 2011
I bought this jacket to wear when traveling and walking in a variety of weather. It's very comfortable, very light, looks good and is well-made. I wore it over a light microfleece shirt on a breezy day with temps of 50 degrees and was comfortable. A good product!