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Everything you need. Except pants.

Rome designed the Men's Watts Jacket to give you all-winter style and protection from the elements, so you never have to wonder which jacket to wear again. Wear the shell riding, around town, or on that late-night beer run. The 15K waterproof breathable shell keeps you dry and regulated through whatever weather you're pitting yourself against.

  • Removable powder skirt allows you to adapt the jacket to changing weather conditions
  • Adjustable Ergohood is helmet-friendly
  • Mesh lining for water-vapor management
  • Underarm vents let you dump heat quickly

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Can someone tell me about the liner or...

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Can someone tell me about the liner or lack thereof? I would like to know how warm this coat is and it isn't clear if this is a shell, insulated jacket, or it has a removable liner.

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Hey Ryan, this jacket has a light amount (40 grams) of insulation, a very high 15k waterproof rating, and a soft, smooth taffeta lining.

Even though 40 grams of insulation is a small amount compared to some, this jacket will be MUCH warmer than a shell. I generally run cold and prefer insulated jackets in all but the mildest conditions. I wore a 40 gram jackets last season, and I loved it! With a layer or two I was toasty in the most frigid mid-January conditions.

You will be hyped on this jacket!

So does this jacket have wrist gaiters or...

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So does this jacket have wrist gaiters or not? Cuz here it says it don't, but other places says it does.

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I just got this jacket and it definitely has writs gaiters. Some other places I read that it also has a zip out liner, but it doesn't. Bottom line: it's got all the features I want and none of the features I don't. Just a note, a lot of other reviews say sizes run small but from what I can tell it's just slimmer. Length is true to size.

4 5

runs waaaaay small.

First off this jacket has mad steez and uber-tech.
I was sooo stoked to get in in the mail.
Than I tried it on...
Picked up a size large like every other coat that I have.
This thing was so tight around my chest and shoulders that I couldn't cross my arms.
Might be a cool jacket for those uber thin guys who are 6 footish and 102lbs.

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Okay, I agree with this review. I was at the top end of Medium sizing, got a large which I am at the bottom of, and the liner is SKIN tight but use able. The jacket is otherwise fine without the liner.

4 5

runs small

I just got this jacket in the mail. Its VERY heavy and the liner is much smaller than on the size chart. I have 38 inch chest, ordered a medium which apparently runs 36-38. It fits perfectly, but the liner fits more like a 36inch or smaller (completely unwearable). Had to exchange it for a large jacket and I hope the liner from that jacket will fit.

Update: Now that Ive had this jacket for a month, here is the low down. The media pocket in the left forearm is only meant for a small media player, not a full sized IPOD or IPhone. I do however like the season pass holder in the bottom left front of the jacket. If flips down for a quick scan, then velcros back up for the run. Also the pass stickers are an added humorous bonus ;)

Length of the jacket is good, its well waterproof, the zipper is metal and seems durable so far but it does snag on the split zipper cover.

5 5

Great for snow, wind and rain

This is a great jacket, loaded with features and pockets galore.

Pros:
• Removable powder-skirt. Powder-skirts are great on the mountain but a PITA around town. I love being able to zip it on and off.
• Super waterproof. I've worn it on the freeway in a rainstorm, in January, in Portland. Cold, wet, and 60 mph + winds if you're on a motorcycle. It kept me toasty, warm and dry.
• Hood is large enough to accommodate a snowboarding helmet. (But not large enough for a motorcycle helmet.)

Cons:
• Zipper flaps at top and bottom are a bit awkward. I'm not sure what purpose they serve. Not a deal-breaker though.