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Storm Creek Devon Ironweave Jacket (For Women)

Closeouts. One look at the soft, sweater-knit design of Storm Creek's Devon Ironweave jacket and you'll be in love. The unique knit lends chic style and dimension, but the classic microfleece provides tried-and-true fleece warmth, insulation and lightweight performance.

Average Rating based on 3 reviews 3.666666 0 5
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Yoopermama from Houghton, MI on Thursday, March 9, 2017
    I wore this jacket last week to a winter cocktail party - perfect look!
  • Reviewed by Amber from Colorado on Wednesday, January 25, 2017
    The torso fit is ok. I'm 5'5" and it was an ok length. I am full-hipped though, and it is a bit tight there. The arms are CRAZY long. If you are over 5'7" I think this will be too short on you, but you have to be over 5'9" for the arms to fit well. Also you should not be very hip-y. I got a M and L to try on and both were ok through the torso (I'm medium-busted) but a little too tight on the hips. If you have slim hips, a medium length torso, and long looooong arms (or if you are willing to sew and shorten the sleeves yourself), then you will love this sweater-fleece.

    The fabric is a tight sweater-looking weave but it is made from polyester fleece. Nice bright medium blue. Would be great for the office, a hike, or just casual wear. It can look like a sweater to wear inside or a jacket to wear outside.

    I'd love to see more items in this fabric style!!
  • Reviewed by American Gal from North Dakota on Tuesday, January 24, 2017
    This could have been the cutest jacket ever, but something went wrong on the drawing board. If you are extremely narrow through the hips and have arm length that rivals an orangutan, it might be perfect for you. But if you are the average hipped woman or have normal length arms, you too will be returning this super cute and well made jacket. On a side note, I liked it so much that I sized up with the same jacket from Amazon (this one wasn't available in a larger size thru STP) in a XXL and there is virtually no difference between it and the XL. This is why I am starting to question buying things made in Vietnam or China--they are made for smaller people than us robust Americans :-) Next time I will look for this same fabric, 'cuz I loved it...but in an American made and sized jacket which I will undoubtedly pay twice what this one cost.
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