Reviewed by Canadark from The frozen white north aka: canada on Wednesday, October 24, 2012
This is the first fleece i've purchased in years. I was not dissapointed. In fact i have not taken it off since it arrived! The fit is great and it feels like a warm blanket. The only negative i could say is that there is no draw string around the waist-sometimes a little drafty, and the sleeves sta...
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Reviewed by CMCM from Wyoming on Friday, January 2, 2015
I bought this for my husband as a warmer dress jacket to wear to the office without wearing a button coat (not his style). The coat is comfortably warm, soft (more like a wool rather than fleece), and comfortable. The side material is stretchy to allow movement, which worked great for throwing the football around. The pockets are sheer on the inside, and I don't see them holding up to things like keys or anything with sharp edges. Great jacket overall! And the fit looks great on him!
Reviewed by Johnny Biker from Utah on Thursday, December 4, 2014
I thought I was getting a quality fleece jacket, because of the advertised price. The jacket material is very thin and little wind resistance, and I believe it is over priced, even at the discount price that I paid.
Reviewed by ramzi from Oregon on Wednesday, November 20, 2013
i love the jacket! soft, warm, thin, but i think i know why it made it to sierratradinpost. for some reason the abrasion panel (or whatever the other material under the arm is) is askew compared to the left arm, quite significantly. it's not a super important part of the jacket, and i love everything else about the jacket so 'm keeping it. it anoyed me at first, but really, it doesn't matter. fantastic. i bought it with a 35% off coupon so it was a great deal
Reviewed by Bill from NE Ohio on Friday, November 8, 2013
Lighter weight, not much wind resistance, light weight mesh pocket don't seem like they will last, keys will rip right though. Construction and materials seem to be good. Will be fine on either end of the winter season. I'll need to find another option as a winter layer.
Reviewed by AvidOutdoors from NE OH on Saturday, March 9, 2013
This jacket does not run big, it is just long: body and sleeves. With MSRP of $179 I expected it to be closer to 300wt/heavyweight fleece but it is midweight for sure. Polyester panels (think power stretch) do a nice job of venting and keeping warmth. I think SD tried too hard with this jacket: the watertight zippers are almost useless. And no thumbholes, which would have been useful considering sleeve length. That said, cool days climbing or backpacking, this is a decent technical fleece. And at the Sierra Trading Post price I am pleased.