SmartWool PhD SmartLoft Divide Midlayer Jacket (For Women)
About SmartWool PhD SmartLoft Divide Midlayer Jacket (For Women)
Closeouts. SmartWool's PhD SmartLoft Divide midlayer jacket features an ingenious design to give you protection where you need it most. The front, wind-resistant ripstop shell is insulated with SmartLoft to protect your core through forward movement. Four-way stretch merino wool is placed in the rest of the body to facilitate full range of movement.
Specs about SmartWool PhD SmartLoft Divide Midlayer Jacket (For Women)
General Women's Size Chart
For Alpha sizing, hover over "Sizes Available" shown above to determine the Numeric size conversion listed below.
Note: Please use the following sizing chart for general reference only. Sizes between different vendors and manufacturers do vary. Item specific sizing is best found in the item description.
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Outdoors Oregon Girl from Bend, Oregon on Thursday, January 28, 2016Well-made, flattering fit. I ordered the small. (I'm 5'5", 115lbs). The sleeves could be a little bit longer, but I may just have long arms. The overall fit is tight, but it works for me. The wool is soft, not itchy. I wore this cross country skiing and it is very comfortable. The chest pocket zipper is grey, not red as shown in the picture. Overall a quality item and a good deal.
Reviewed by WaterGirl from Virginai on Friday, December 11, 2015Normally I wear a M in smartwool and I bought a M in this. If you want to layer something under it then buy your true size, however if you want a snug fit, size down. I was happy with the fit, the sleeves were plenty long for me. I wish it was longer in the back to use for bike riding. The color depicted here (the white) was not exactly as received - mine did not have a red zipper as the photo shows, just grey to match the sleeves. In any case, I sent it back, mostly because I prefer to have a separate vest and shirt rather than an all in one like this. But quality seemed up to snuff.
Reviewed by SFSavvyShopper from San Francisco on Monday, December 7, 2015I really like this jacket. It was a little thinner in weight than I thought it would be, but the quilted front does provide extra warmth in the torso area, while the arms and back are more breathable. So, if you are wearing as a running jacket, I think you would want that. I bought it just to wear as a midweight jacket. I got the medium, but I think the small would have been a better fit for me (5'4", 118 lb, 34B). I have smartwool tops from previous years, which I had sized up to a medium on account of other people's comments about sizing up, so I ended up sizing up on the jacket too. Now there are no more size smalls available for exchange, so I will keep the medium. It is roomy enough that I can wear a midweight sweater underneath. The quality is very nicely made, but the winter white/gray color did not have the purple contrast zipper which I thought was a nice accent to the design. Also, because the white nylon is a thin material, the seam allowance around the zipper shows through the fabric, which makes it a bit less pretty. This probably wouldn't be an issue in the other colors though. Thumb holes worked fine for me.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Michael from Washington State on Sunday, December 6, 2015I bought this jacket for my daughter who is in a different city. I will send it to her with other items. First quality aside, I hope she enjoys my gift to her for Christmas. Thank you.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Outdoor Girl from Colorado on Thursday, December 3, 2015This is my new favorite jacket!!!!
Question & Answer
Nope. Stops around the hip bone in front. The back is all smart wool. For me, the wind proofing in front is what I really need for running.
Only in the front.
Nope, sure doesn't. There’s an additional wool layer around the entire collar and back, so it’s two-ply, but the quilting is only on the chest and front of the collar. I can say that my wife does love it. It's a great all around mid-layer or light top layer depending on the conditions. Very Versatile.
No, the quilting does not go around on the back.