Women's World Backpacking 3-in-1 Jacket Rainwarm 900
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Quilted lining with an aluminized film to reflect heat.
5000 mm rated coating and fully taped jacket seams.
9 pockets on the jacket, 5 of which are secured with a zip.
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Absolutely love the colour and 100% of waterproof no doubt. I have to return the coat because the cutting for the coat is poorly, length of sleeves are not the same, left side almost an inch longer than the right, while zip up the coat just feel the coat has been twisted. For the price do not think the coat is worthy. Also the size is not Easy to choose, either too long or a little tight.
This coats looks great, is highly practical and so warm. First time ever I’m happy when it’s cold!
Looks great, love that you can take the layers off depending on the weather. Great for freezing days. If you only need a light jacket the inner quilted jacket can be worn. Plenty of pockets in exactly the right places and different style pockets for different purposes. Absolutely love this jacket.
Very warm, even at -20 with wind chill. Meant for layering, the inside jacket isn’t that appealing to wear on its own as there is a lot of space and not form fitting. However the two pieces together look great. Highly recommended. I only wish that the hood was slightly bigger once the faux fur is removed.
Excellent fit all around, other than the hood, which is quite shallow and sleeves which are a tad long. I fold the sleeves up, so not an issue. Plenty of pockets, feels very nice and snug with inner jacket, keeping me very warm. I did think it was initially shapeless, but now I realise it’s actually got the right amount of space once I’ve worn it a couple of times.
A bit heavy to the side, but this jacket is very warm yet stylish. For someone on the taller side, this parka length is perfect. This jacket fares very well in southern hemisphere winters (-4deg to 10 degrees), so I am yet to this in the North next year. Seems promising ✌️