Solstice Tuck N' Roll Jacket

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Solid product. I live in Nor-California where the…

Rating: rated 3.5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $35

Solid product. I live in Nor-California where the winters here can be cold but no rain. The lows will dip into the 30s with highs around 60. This jacket does a commendable job of keeping the chill out.

Took it to Lake Tahoe in early December and held up well. However, if you're looking for an active jacket, I would only go with this if you had a baselayer separating you from the sleeves. Its nylon interior lining is fine but I feel clammy sometimes after sweating a little. Nothing big but enough to know you're active.

Comfortable and light, I would recommend this jacket for cold but not chilly weather. For those low 30s and 20 nights, you can put a fleece underneath as there's plenty of room to layer. All in all, a great buy.

Retailers' Descriptions

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Low loft Jacket for layering or chill cutting. The Solstice Tuck'n Roll Jacket is simple, sleek and clean, looking sharp long after the whim of fashion have rendered the rest of your wardrobe obsolete. Solstice Tuck'n Roll Jacket Features: Windproof and breathable mini-rip shell fabric Luscious nylon lining slides on easily Full length zipper with draft flap Two zippered handwarmer pockets secures valuables One inside security pocket with velcro closure Zips into Solstice outerwear Shockcord hem adjustment with toggle in pockets, keeps out cold air Materials: Outer: Triple rip 30d nylon super DWR Insulation: Primaloft synthetic 133 gr. sport Weight: 1 lb. 7 oz.

- OMCgear refers to the men's version

Solstice Tuck N' Roll Jacket

Discontinued

The Tuck N' Roll Jacket has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$52.95

The Solstice Tuck N' Roll Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 14, 2011 at OMCgear.

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