Reviewed by Pinkmoose from Boston, MA on Sunday, May 17, 2009
I bought this to act as liner for a tri-climate jacket I also purchased from Sierra Trading Post. This jacket is fantastic. The fit is great, it is very warm and fits inside my other Jacket perfectly. I have actually started wearing this jacket alone and it is still very warm and comfortable. Could ...
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Reviewed by Marty from Port Jefferson, NY on Wednesday, March 27, 2013
I ordered a hooded Denali fleece jacket in black and received an ORANGE Denali without a hood. I returnedit immediately but I'm waiting to see if the credit me for the shipping charges both ways and return a $15 credit I used to make this purchase. After all, it was their mistake and Sierra should make the customer whole. First time Sierra screwed up an order so I'm curious how they will make it right.
Reviewed by mom of 5 from NJ on Monday, March 25, 2013
I bought this for my youngest son 11 years old . Yes you are reading the right review. I bought this men's size small northface to keep until he can fit in it.
The price at STP was awesome and I love this color. My two eldest sons have one which they both love and wear all the time . It's warm comfy and nice looking.
Reviewed by Natural History Explorer/Photographer from Southeast US (GA,NC,TN,KY,AL,FL,VA,WV,AR) on Tuesday, March 19, 2013
It's not a wind stopper but it is great for 20's to 60's weather depending on wind. Which makes it great Autumn thru Spring in the south. It is light yet warm and very breathable so you can wear it from outside to inside without getting uncomfortable or feeling the need to immediately rip it off when you go inside from cold to mild outside conditions. It is the best looking and most functional of a large group of coats in its class. I know because I went everywhere trying on coats to find something to replace the TNF Denali I lost, mostly because i wanted a Deep Water Blue Denali to replace my lost coat and STP didn't have that color in my size and everyone else was TOO EXPENSIVE. So after exhaustive research I ended up coming back to the Denali from STP (in Black). No regrets, whatsoever. Fit couldn't be better and the smooth wear panels are in all the right places. I also use the pit zips a lot, so it truly is a 3 season coat in GA and NC. Only improvements I wish TNF would make are:
1) Make the jacket 1-2 inches longer to cover your entire bottom when the wind blows and
2) Add a dedicated cell phone pocket. The existing pockets are a little roomy for a cell phone, so that it can be hard to retrieve one in a timely manner.