Customer Reviews Of:
The North Face Cipher Soft Shell Jacket - Windstopper® (For Men)
Closeouts. Versatility at its best, The North Face's Ciper Windstopper® jacket provides water-resistant and windproof breathable protection as well as the full mobility of a stretchy soft shell so you can attack the next ascent uninhibited and confident.
Reviewed by Mack from Colorado on Friday, May 16, 2014I bought this to wear as layer when I'm out riding my 300cc Vespa on cool Colorado days. Well, I just tried it out...50 degrees....50 MPH....perfect! Now about those long sleeves...??!?!? Five stars for proper sleeve lengths with the XL/
Verified Buyer Reviewed by TigerMom from CT on Wednesday, May 7, 2014Bought this for my husband and he loves the green color! It's not exceedingly heavy--think light wind breaker but is of good quality. The arms run a tad long so take that into account; otherwise, seems to run true to size. Note: it does NOT leave much room for "belly" so should have a more lean body structure--it's ample room, but not roomy.
Reviewed by indiana redneck from indiana on Sunday, February 23, 2014very light weight...tried on and as noted by other reviews the sleeves are so long they become a hendrance. at least 35" to 36" sleeve on an xl size. sent back.
Reviewed by indiana redneck from indiana on Thursday, February 13, 2014i weight 235 and the xl fits good...as other reviews don't understand why the sleeve length is so long. around 35"
Reviewed by Debbie from Ohio on Sunday, December 29, 2013this was a Christmas gift and my son loved it.
Reviewed by neraho from Louisiana on Wednesday, December 11, 2013Great cool weather jacket and for light rain. Wears well and comfortable feel.
Reviewed by BMD from Vermont on Tuesday, December 3, 2013this is a well made light weight jacket, however my issue was the side pockets. I didn't like the way they go half way up the front. You would want to keep them zipped up when not in use, otherwise they are way to big and look odd when left unzipped. What is up with such a large pocket for your hands? Too bad though...I did like the coat but sent it back.
Reviewed by Garden Star from Ozarks on Saturday, November 30, 2013....not of the law, but of the torso.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by commuterguy from Maryland on Sunday, September 4, 2011I normally wear XXL..arm length almost 36"...this jacket had at least 38" arms...I looked ridiculous...
Too bad, fantastic jacket and color.
- Chest Size: Feels true to size
- Fit: Feels true to size
- Pros: Breathable, Comfortable, Lightweight, Warm
- Sleeve Length: Feels too long
- Was this a gift?: No