Great for layering; provides an insulated layer that adapts to several conditions. Customers appreciate the classic, simple design that holds up over time. Also works for other cold-weather activities like hiking. Comes in lots of fashionable colors.
The fabric may feel thin for some, but it does layer well.
Structured to move with your body, so it's ideal for activities like snowboarding. Wind and water proof. 3-in-1 design — outer shell and inner fleece jacket can be worn individually or together. Affordable.
Fit tends to be snug, so you may have to order up in size. Some consumers may not find it warm enough to wear in extremely cold temperatures.
Keeps wearers warm and dry in wintry conditions, yet has venting that adds to comfort if it gets too hot. Polyester and fleece lining is soft and comfortable. Ample pockets for stashing small gear.
The colorful look is a plus for customers who like an edgy style, but it won't appeal to everyone. Sizes run large for some wearers.
Comfortable, warm, and lightweight. Has a slim fit that doesn't restrict movements, which is perfect for snowboarding and other winter sports. Can easily be layered with other coats and jackets. Resists moisture and wind.
Limited availability in some colors and sizes. Interior pockets aren't very deep.
A warm jacket that looks great in the snow; owners rave about the bold colors. Resists wind and water. Has numerous pockets and a removable faux fur collar. Fleece lining is soft. Price is appealing.
Fit isn't as body-hugging as others we considered, and sizes run large. Occasional stuck or broken zippers noted.
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