Reviewed by frankie from Tall-grass prairie on Thursday, February 13, 2014
The zipper doesn't work, but the jacket has snaps. The outer fabric collects burrs and other plant debris. Worn with fleece, it's useful at about 20 degrees Fahrenheit. The quilting is comfortable and slips easily over fleece. I appreciate the inner ribbed cuffs, extra snap (supplied in case a repair is needed), inside pocket with Velcro closure, four outer pockets with snap closures, and two hand-warmer pockets. I ordered an extra-large and the fit is good and allows for wide range of motion. The tag warns not to wear the jacket around fire and especially not for welding. I can't find any info on whether it is washable. It's made in Bangladesh. I bought the jacket on sale for about $20; it certainly isn't worth more than that.
Reviewed by Cheap Uncle from Nevada on Monday, February 10, 2014
I bought this coat in camo for my niece's first deer hunting experience in Nevada. She woke to freezing temperatures, rain, snow, and windy days. She thanked me for the warm clothes and said she never got cold in the 10 days she hunted. I was looking for an inexpensive way to get her warm clothing and trusting Sierra Trading post, this worked great! I also got the bibs, and insulated name brand boots. The coat is all that it claims to be, quite, warm, and value. NO it's not the same quality as more expensive brands found here on STP, but did the job it was purchased for. I have now purchased this coat in blaze and camo for other family members, for the price, I think it is good. I personally wear my gear from big outfitter's stores, but I have hunted for many years and continue to do so. The Natural Habitat is a good starting point, has good insulation, quite hunting hide, not sure how long it will last, but for the price I am not complaining!