LOVE SPORT WEAR GIRL from Pasadena,
This parka keeps me warm from knees to head in cold weather
and it's comfortable to wear. The lining and shell are soft.
Love the soft fur on the hood and it's removable. Many
pockets more than enough to store my items. Inside the cuffs
have another layer of fabric to cover up my hands and that
prevent cold air to get in.
LOVELIGHT from Undisclosed
Please use logic when purchasing this so you don't fall
victim to advertising persuasion. This is a very thin
jacket. Even though it is ridiculously warm considering how
light it is, it's not that much warmer or different than
layering a rain jacket over a sweater. I see people with
these on now in the middle of December, and I know they must
be freezing their butts off, and unable to spend money a
real winter coat because they invested over $200 in this
one. I bought this looking for a lighter jacket for the
fall. The main problem I've come across is that I'm either
overheating in it at about 50 degrees F or freezing at 40
degrees F and below. It's not a big deal for short walks
from the car to the store, but I'm a student who has to walk
long distances across a desolate windy campus. I'm not
saying don't get it because I like this coat very much. I
think it's pretty and easily packable for hiking trips.
However, think about what level of warmth you will need and
don't buy into what they are saying about it being as warm
as a coat.
JANETB from Undisclosed
I recently purchased this jacket for an upcoming trip to
Europe. The last time we visited, we were caught in a
torrential rainstorm and decided to buy this jacket on our
return visit. Thus far, we are pleased with the quality and
the fit. I'm sure it will be great for our travel because I
purchased one for my daughter who has worn it already and it
kept her dry throughout a day of rain.