Closeouts. When cold temps and harsh winds join forces, it's time to go on the offense with the Team RealTree soft shell jacket. Gore Windstopper® soft shell is breathable, windproof and water resistant.
Reviewed by Colorado living from Denver, Colorado on Wednesday, July 31, 2013
It's hard to get really excited or emotional about a jacket. The sizing is correct. It is impervious to the wind and repels rain, except at the seams. Although this is not a rain jacket, it is an all purpose jacket, ie: outer layer, under layer, and weather and cold protection.
Instead of spending three to four times the money, I purchased it as my fall and winter cycling jacket because of its features and the cut of the jacket. When sitting or bending over, this jacket protects that plumbers crack from being exposed to the elements. For the money, I'm happy with the purchase, can't complain.
Reviewed by RSGlide from Bend, OR on Saturday, February 11, 2012
Ok, here's the deal on the sizing. The jacket has an athletic cut, if not almost a cycling cut. It's a tad shorter on the front and longer in the rear as to allow you to bend over/ lean forward with out bunching and a drop tail to cover the gappage. Lot's of room in the shoulders. That guy confused me w/ saying the jacket was too short and I almost changed the order to a larger size. Unless you have quite the beer belly, order your normal size.
Reviewed by tonerock from Upstate SC on Monday, January 30, 2012
I use this alone as a jacket or as a liner under a Goretex shell. Keeps the wind out on those cold mornings running down the lake. The Tabs on the velcro fastners on the sleeve cuff will begin to come off after washing and drying. Their just glued on. Bought 2 of these and had the tabs stiched on both. Other than that Im very happy with this purchase.
Reviewed by Cubdog from Walla Walla, WA on Monday, November 21, 2011
Nice jacket; appears to be well made. Does have a elastic drawstring at the bottom of the jacket. Zippers work smoothly. I like the velcro adjustable cuffs. Not very warm, however. If it's below 40 degrees, you will need a long sleeve layer underneath. I will use this in early spring and fall. Not recommended for cold winter temps.