REI Revelcloud Jacket
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Great lightweight jacket for windy and chilly conditions.
Source: bought it used
Price Paid: $50
Great lightweight jacket for windy and chilly conditions. Packable and warm.
- Good price
- Wish it had pit zips
I was in the market for a puffy type jacket and researched many options. I was leaning towards the Patagonia Nano Puff, but really didn't want to pay the higher price for the Patagonia. I came across the Revelcloud and it seemed to be pretty much the same jacket and was much less expensive.
Since buying the jacket I have used it a lot. It makes a great outer layer over my fleece for cold and windy conditions. I have not used it backpacking yet, but plan to use it for my jacket at camp. Anytime I have used it, it has kept me plenty warm and blocks the wind well.
I have used it in temps in the teens with sub zero wind chills and been plenty warm. I have a wind shell that can go over top of it if I need additional layers but honestly, I haven't been cold enough yet to need that.
It does zip up into its own pocket so it packs up nice and small. I would definitely recommend this jacket as a good alternative to its higher priced counterparts. It has become a staple in my backpack and I will carry it in all four seasons.
Excellent Primaloft jacket. Layers well with REI's…
Source: bought via a "pro deal"
Price Paid: $65
Excellent Primaloft jacket. Layers well with REI's fleece quarter zip. Packs down into its own pocket, water resistant, and 30 mph wind proof.
- Water resistance
- Wind resistance
- Drawstrings around the waist
- Zippers sometimes get caught
The product fits great. I got a size larger so I can layer in the colder temps. The jacket has drawstrings around the bottom to tighten in chilly temperatures. Packs down about to the size of a large grapefruit.
Great jacket for being outside and backpacking.
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