A388609

zuda Quilted Puffer with Interior Layer

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zuda Quilted Puffer with Interior Layer is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from the warmest jacket I have The jacket was perfect. It's warm, the fit was perfect and easy to care for.
Date published: 2021-03-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value! I was looking for an additional coat particularly for inclement weather. Although I already do have a longer down coat for winter, I was looking for an additional coat in case one I have gets drenched because of heavy snow storm or rain and needs time to dry out. Naturally down is probably a better insulator and most likely warmer, but I was surprised this one does have the bib also giving one xtra insulation. It is warm enough not to have to layer but is ample room should you want to. I have found that many coats do not offer good mobility under armpits or across the back. This one does and does not overwhelm you. It has storm cuffs, another plus. It also can be shut and zipped up right through to the chin/ mouth area allowing for the hood to stay up( no drawstring on hood) should you get caught in a blizzard or storm. The only 2 drawbacks are is that the pockets do not have zippers, however they are deep enough, and I would have preferred the outside zipper to have been placed higher or been a two way zipper. There are snaps but only a few( not all the way through entire front). However, for the price, mobility, warmth, storm cuffs, and protection around face, I find it an excellent value. I find sizing is generous and I sized down and I still have room to layer. So I would recommend that if you are between sizing or trying to figure in layering that I would go with the smaller of considerations.
Date published: 2021-01-08
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