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A very climate-friendly option, this jacket functions well for keeping you cool and warm when needed. Great for layering. As flattering as this jacket is, it performs even better when in action.
Customers note the sleeves could be a bit roomier and the zipper could be more efficient.
Adds a pop of color to your winter wardrobe. Effectively blocks out wind, cold air and more. A versatile fit that flatters several body types. We love the brand's dedication to overall quality and focus on even small elements such as zippers and stitching.
Some customers complain that the hood is too small and unable to fit over a beanie.
Functions both as active wear and is even structured well enough to wear to work for some. Customers love the fit and for a variety of sizes. Works well on its own in cold, windy conditions without having to bulk up underneath.
A perfect jacket for lightweight workouts in the fall and winter, but may be a bit to warm for full endurance sports.
Comes in multiple colors and fits, this jacket is a favorite for those who live in moderate to cold climates. We love the microfleece lining that isn't' available in other similar counterparts. Plenty of room in terms of fit, and easy to throw a sweatshirt under.
Runs rather large for most but is easy to layer with most sizes.
A border-line windbreakers, this jacket is lightweight and great for temperate climates. Holds up well in rainy weather. Fits curvy figures quite well. While not the best choice for extreme climates, this jacket does function well for day to day use.
A bit thin in terms of the fabric, which may not hold up well in cold weather.
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Softshell jackets are the perfect layer for moderate temperatures or as a base layer during snowsports. Most softshells are wind-resistant but not waterproof so if you’re heading out in bad weather you’ll probably want to add a rain jacket on top. They’re available in all sorts of colors and shell shapes, from body-hugging to bulky. If you already have a hardshell jacket for being in the snow, then sometimes it’s best to get a softshell of the same brand – typically they’re designed to layer together.