Men's Tall Insulated Stormer Jacket
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Warm, waterproof protection for unfavorable forecasts.
- Temperature Rating: Warmer -10°/-15°F learn more
- Waterproof shell seals out rain and other wet weather
- Stand-up collar with button closure blocks the breeze
- Insulated body and sleeves add warmth
- Adjustable hood rolls up, tucks away into collar
- Flapped front pockets, zippered chest pocket
- Raglan sleeves provide extra moving room
The weather is unpredictable, but the protection is reliable. A waterproof 100% polyester shell and (stowaway) hood keep rain from sneaking in. Finished with an inside chest pocket, plus rib-knit cuffs and hem. 100% polyester. Machine wash. Imported.
Men's Insulated Stormer Jacket
Pockets are really small
I did not totally believe the reviews I saw that stated the pockets were small. There had to be one of the pockets that would hold my stuff. I never had a coat with small pockets. Is it possible? Well Yes it is.. Lets start with how I use my coat. Every morning before work I go to the gym. I put my MP3 player, iPhone, wallet, ID badge and car keys in the inside pocket. I then have driving gloves in the outside pockets. So my zipper broke in my circa 2000 lands end squall jacket. Which is much heavier and bulkier. Hard to tell warmth level of the new jacket but it seems pretty warm for the lighter weight....Back to the pockets...First thing I noticed is that there is no way I can fit my stuff in the inside pocket. I can only fit my mini MP3 player. I can fit my iphone but it sticks out of the top almost an inch. The inside pocket is really small. I can fit my mini MP3 pocket in there pretty good but that is it. Now what to do with everything else...I rolled up the driving gloves and put them in the right side outside pocket. They just fit. Unfortunately because of the outer pocket being small it invades the space of the inner hand pocket and that becomes unusable. The hand pocket can only fit about 7/8 of a hand at best when the outer pocket is empty. So that leaves the outer pocket on the left side and the hand pocket for the rest of my stuff. The iphone, wallet and ID badge fit in the outer pocket but hang out a little. If I bend over things fall out. The keys, I squeeze into the left hand pocket which sometimes causes my iphone to pop out the outer pocket. So in summary the pockets are really small if you plan on using them and your stuff will fallout if you are not very careful. Otherwise I really like the jacket. So I am mixed in rating this jacket.
May 1, 2013
I agree that the pockets are a bit on the small side however this is a nice looking jacket, the material is nice, and overall is a good looking jacket. The hood can stow away in a zippered collar. I am 6'2" and weigh about 245 lbs, the XLT is a nice fit.
January 24, 2013
Okay but could use improvements
The jacket is okay but the major problem with it is the inadequate size of the pockets. A phone falls out of the main side pockets and a pen doesn't even fit in the little pocket on the inside. It seems kind of cheaply made and is quite short. I'm 5'8 and 158 pounds and the medium is short. Bought it on-line and probably wouldn't have if I'd been able to try it on first. The Chili Red is a nice bright red.
January 13, 2013