Camo outerwear specifically designed for women. Soft, quiet brushed tricot polyester with a 100% waterproof, breathable and seam-sealed membrane to keep you dry. Slenderizing fit with articulated arms that reduce bulk in high-movement areas. Color-blocking, maple-leaf pattern on panels. Jacket has a stowable, two-way-adjustable hood and ventilating pit zips. Pockets include two zip-close hand pockets, two snap-close cargo pockets and an interior zip-close pocket. Hook-and-loop-adjustable cuffs. Imported. Size: 2XL. Camo pattern: Realtree AP™ .
Most of our clothing lines do not have temperature ratings assigned due to too many external variables involved to accurately rate most garments. There are many factors involved, such as an individual's metabolic rate, overall tolerance to cold, calorie intake and weather conditions, among others. Proper layering under the garment is also a major factor in temperature tolerance.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
0out of18found this answer helpful.
I was very happy with my choice in this jacket. Living in Washington, we don't get the snowfall or zero degree weather often like you, but I was very comfortable with my Cabels pullover and the rainwear jacket on top in 18 degree snowfall. I acually got a little too warm! Hope this helps.
It is uninsulated, would need something warm underneath for winter - would be OK with bibs and a warm sweater. Windproof, which to me is half the battle. In 40-degree weather, comfortable with just a long-sleeve t-shirt while hiking, put a sweatshirt underneath while sitting, and was warm.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
4out of5found this answer helpful.
It's just a outer rain layer, no insulation at all.
Country: United States
Age: Under 25
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
2out of2found this answer helpful.
Simply a light fall coat. Although, I bought it in an xl so I could have the option of layering and am happy with that decision. Being a little big without layering does not bother me. I will wear a turtleneck and sweatshirt and will be good to go. I am in northern PA and our winters are comparable to yours. Hope this helps. Also it does not have a draw sting waist and I would like that, there is one at very bottom.
Country: United States
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
1out of1found this answer helpful.
I would say that it is a fall jacket. However, you might be able layer it enough to keep you warm. Depending on your cold weather tolerance.