Whether you're headed for a quick pitcher after a day on the mountain or you're making the urban landscape your personal terrain park, the easy-wearing Men's Anchor Jacket from ThirtyTwo gives you style and warmth. Quilted nylon on the outside shuns flurries and drizzles, and cotton flannel on the inside feels sweet. Polyfill insulation packs a punch of warmth against the cold. Snaps seal the deal and two chest pockets make this more shirt than jacket.
- 210T nylon shell, quilted
- STI Repel technology, water resistant
- Cotton flannel lining
- Polyfill insulation
- Button-up shirt jacket
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Warm and looks good
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This will keep you warm and get you plenty of compliments.
New favorite jacket
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Size wise, I am 5'11", 155lbs and found the Large to fit best. I also tried on a Medium, which would fit as a street jacket, but didn't have the range of motion I like.
This jacket is like a 2:1. You get the polyfill outer with a built in cotton flannel inner. Overall it makes for a decently warm jacket. Wear this with a hoodie underneath (another reason I went large), and you better hope it is in the 20s. Otherwise you'll be sweating your face off.
I can't say enough great things about this jacket. Comes with two buttoned chest pockets and 2 hidden zipper side pockets. One of the hidden pockets has a media pocket with a small hole for running headphones internally.
DWR wise the waterproofing is get for slightly wet conditions. While it isn't "waterproof" I didn't have to worry about snow melting on me and then into the jacket. It just repelled off and stayed dry.
Only possible downside with this jacket, which overall I don't mind at all, is it opens and closes with real buttons. It isn't as quick as snaps, but they do look good. Overall the holes break in and it isn't a big deal.