There's a reason that your old jacket was donated in the first place.
The wee months of the year require more insulation than that ratty shell that you got at the thrift store 9 years ago. You might think it's stylish, but it's actually ugly and inadequate. The Foursquare Men's Coco Jacket has a quilted lining with poly fill insulation to make sure that you feel great no matter what the thermometer is saying.
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Heyy guys I'm about 5' 7"- 5' 8" about...
Heyy guys I'm about 5' 7"- 5' 8" about 145lbs, what size should i get?
Medium will be your size for sure.
Cool, inexpensive jacket.
I guess I shouldn't say it's "cool" because that would be defeating the purpose of an insulated jacket. That said, the material is great, it's soft, and it's kept me dry on a mildly rainy day. But since it's been pretty warm, in the 50's, I can't say much for it's insulating properties. I don't think it's going to be very warm anyway. It has a thin insulation layer, nothing puffy-like at all. But it's got a great look for dicking around town, or for dicking around on the hill when you're SNOWBOARDING. Yes, I said SNOWBOARDING, not skiing. Skiers can use their own douchy ski companies, Foursquare is a snowboarder company.
Anyway 4/5 stars, because I knew it was going to be an inexpensive, lightweight jacket. It's not the greatest jacket in the world, but it's what it's supposed to be.
Also, I got the color Pine. I knew it was going to be green because of the word "PINE" in the color. So I wasn't shocked when I got the jacket. The color in the photo above is very, very inaccurate. It's a green jacket, closer to the Absynthe color in the Burton Poacher Jacket: http://www.dogfunk.com/burton-poacher-insulated-jacket-mens?cmp_id=&rrType=RecentHistoricalItems&rrProd=BUR3639. However, the Burton jacket is a more feminine green than the Foursquare one. The Foursquare one is for men, and Burton is for East Coast wanna-be's from NYC.
Wait, I'm from NYC.
And yes, I know Burton bought Foursquare. Shhh.