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My go to shell for every bike ride!
I LOVE this piece. I got my second one. The fit works well for me. It's not too baggy, and it is certainly not tight fit. Ideal for my generous body! :) It has an inside pocket on the chest, which was made to carry reading glasses for the over 50 rider that I am. Always handy and far enough from breaking. It is ver versatile. I use it in... Read More winter over a warm fleece of on top of a merino shirt for fall | spring or windy summer days. It breathes very well and blocks enough of the wind factor. In summary, I love it!
Okay - so I've had this jacket out on several cool weather rides and have to say that it is by far my favorite mountain biking jacket so far. The fit (I'm 5' 10", 170 lbs and take a medium) is spot on with enough room underneath for a mid layer, but not so much extra material that it's flapping in the wind when your ripping... Read More downhill. The only design suggestion I would offer is to add a vent across the back of the jacket to allow extra heat/moisture to escape. The back on my base layer can tend to get pretty soaked while wearing this and doesn't really get a chance to dry out since the back is completely closed/sealed. Other than that I love this one and imagine it will be my go to wind shell for shoulder season mountain biking for years to come!
The best lightweight jacket I've ever owned
This is easily the best lightweight jacket I've ever owned. I originally bought it for mountain biking but I use it more often over a base layer climbing in the winter if it's not too cold out. It's slightly flexible, breathable and works well as an outer layer in a high movement activity like bouldering. I don't really have any... Read More complaints but I do wish they made a non-hood version or redesigned it to allow for stowing the hood somehow. When climbing, I generally don't want anything over my head, and if it's windy it often blows into my face.
Hello Joshua, thank you for your review of the Men's Dirt Roamer Jacket. We love to hear that it can be used for a variety of different activities! We wanted to let you know that the hood can be stowed by rolling it into cinch hood. There is an example of this in one of the photos of the [Dirt Roamer Jacket](https://www.patagonia.com/product/mens-dirt-roamer-mountain-bike-jacket/24381.html) if you want to take a look!
Excellent fit except the shoulders
As per usual Patagonia just missies that dialed fit. Its almost there but if you look at photos of the jacket on users you can see that shoulders taper towards the top. I understand that a lot of cyclists have small shoulders but on someone with normal sized or larger shoulders it looks funny. Other than that the jacket functions well and does it... Read Mores job while being light and packable. The sleeves are plenty long and I have a high ape index so this was executed correctly and serves its purpose. My only other concern is that whoever constructed my jacket got a little bit lazy with the glue and a lot the glued seams look stained through the fabric straight from the factory. Since I use it mountain biking its not a huge concern but the attention to detail is not there for the price of the jacket. Positively the jacket is plenty long on the rear for cycling but The back pocket zipper is awkward and hard to access on the move.
Comfortable, Durable Materials, Fit is Tricky
Purchased this jacket on sale specifically for MTB and gravel biking in cool and windy weather (upper 40s to low 60s F) and for those specific purposes this has become my favorite biking jacket. Sizing: I'm 6'2, 185lbs, 31" waist, 40" chest with a longer than average torso and arms and initially purchased a size large, which, ... Read Morefit perfectly in terms of the torso length, arm-length, and hood size, but there was too much excessive material in the torso width, so I decided to size down to a medium which is more form fitting but still is loose-enough with a small amount of stretch suitable for dynamic MTB riding positions and more stationary riding positions while gravel biking. Quality is what you would expect from Patagonia. The material is very soft and comfortable against the skin if just wearing a short-sleeved shirt; the material is durable, repels light-rain and mud, and the two pockets (chest and rear) are functional enough for small items; the chest pocket holds my iPhone 12 mini; the rear pocket is slightly larger and will easily hold my phone and a snack (for example, Lara bar). Even though the jacket does not have pit/under arm vents or zips, it breathes well (better than the Houdini Jacket), dries quickly, and it packs down reasonably small to store in a backpack, hip pack, frame bag, or a medium-to-large saddle bag; the jacket is not waterproof but the DWR will repel light-rain. I've worn the jacket a few times in light rain showers lastly several minutes and stayed 100% dry, but any heavy or prolonged rain will eventually soak in and leave you wet. The hood provides a decent amount of coverage on my size XL (60-62cm) Smith Engage MTB helmet. Overall, I really like the simplicity and design of the jacket, and don't mind that there aren't pit zips/vents or hand pockets - they're not necessary IMO since this jacket isn't designed to be a high-featured, versatile jacket for multiple activities or a jacket meant for extreme weather conditions. That being said, this is a sport-specific jacket (for MTB) and if you need a more versatile and waterproof jacket, I'd go with a different jacket, like the Calcite Jacket. In my experience, this jacket works best in situations where you just need some protection from cooler temps, wind, and/or light rain, and you're trying to keep gear to a minimum. The jacket is not 100% windproof, but it does take the sting out of cool, windy, mildly rainy weather, particularly on long and fast trail descents. For quick day rides, day-long rides, or even multi-day MTB or gravel adventures where the weather is mild, this jacket is my new top choice.
Nice materials and concept, bad fit
I wanted a packable wind breaker/ soft shell for biking and hiking. This would have been perfect but it was massive on me. The arms and shoulders fit perfect, but it was massive around the stomach. I will admit, I am a scrawny person, but I could have gained a few hundred pounds in my stomach and still fit into this jacket. One way around the varia... Read Moretions in body types is with a drawstring near the waist, but this didn't have one. In this case all the wind would get in from the bottom. I think it has a lot of potential. The materials feel soft and durable, and it does pack down well. I ended up returning the jacket and had a good experience with my local Patagonia store.
Hi Wylie! Thank you for taking the time to write us a review. We're really sorry to hear the jacket wasn't the best fit. Feedback like this is crucial to improving fit for future seasons so we'll share this with our design team. Please note, your satisfaction is always guaranteed so you're welcome to [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html).
Great breathable softshell
Cut is perfect for mountain biking or biking in general. It is super thin, ultralight, and very breathable while also great at shedding mild precipitation. The hood easily fits a helmet and the cinch keeps it out of the way when not wearing a helmet. My only issue is that the shoulders are bit too narrow for me but the rest of the jacket fits per... Read Morefectly including the drop hem (perfect for biking) and the long arms. The shoulder width wont be a problem for most people though as I have wider than average shoulders. As with most modern soft shells, I believe there are far too many laminated critical seams but it is what it is. The Dusky Brown color is really nice in person as well.
My only knock on this jacket is the sizing and its a minor gripe. Ive been exclusively an XL in all things for 10+ years. After reading a bunch of reviews and then studying the sizing chart I hesitantly decided to size down to a large and Im really glad I did. Even a touch roomy for a large! Thing is killer. Real warm for how thin and packable it ... Read Moreis. Ive folded/rolled it down into a small handlebar bag just fine.
Made for MTB, but obviously not by MTBers
This jacket is super stylish and is great for a going to the brewery on a slightly chill day/evening. However, for mountain biking, there are two huge flaws: 1.) no side pockets for your hands, and most importantly 2.) no vents (not sure why some reviews mention vents; leads me to believe they're fake reviews). I wore this jacket for a ride on... Read More a 50 degree day with a slight breeze, making it seem cooler than it was. In less than a mile, I had to rip the thing off because of overheating. Some nice vents underneath the arm and side would have been an easy solution, but I had to take the entire jacket off and will never wear it again to ride my bike. I only use it for quick jaunts to the store or for casual situations in moderate temps. Very unfortunate, especially for the price. I would not recommend this product.
Hi Shawn, we're so sorry to hear that the Dirt Roamer Jacket isn't meeting your expectations for MTB rides. You're also right, this jacket never featured pits, but we'll certainly take that into consideration for our next iteration. If you find that the jacket isn't meeting your needs, please feel free to begin a [return or exchange](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) at your earliest convenience.
Great Performance (zipper color does not match photo)
Great jacket, ordered dusky brown, and the performance is outstanding. Warmed up but was not too hot on the climbs, and kept warm on the descents. However, the zipper on the jacket that showed up at my house did not match the blue zipper on the online store photos. The zipper was the same dusky brown color as the coat. Disappointing, but it does no... Read Moret take away from the performance of the jacket.
Hello Ky, thank you for the review. We're glad to hear that you're overall loving the Dirt Roamer Jacket and we're so sorry to hear about the zipper not matching in color. Looking further into this, the jacket you got is the correct version for Fall 22 but we have notified our web team to get the image updated. We've emailed you privately and want to thank you for bringing this to our attention! If something like this comes up in the future, please reach out directly to our [customer service team](https://help.patagonia.com/s/?_gl=1*zq5q2m*_ga*MTE3MzgxOTU4OS4xNjQ3NTMxMTc0*_ga_1SYPSJZYJ5*MTY3MTc0MjAyNS4zNjUuMS4xNjcxNzQyODc5LjAuMC4w) so we could do some extra digging.
Best MTB jacket you can find
This jacket is as close as you get to perfect for the difficult shoulder season weather. I wear it for night rides in AZ where the temp start in 60s/50s and temps drop quick to around lower 40s and this jacket does a great job in just a t-shirt for both temps. It sheds/vents heat when hot and blocking out wind when cold. It doesn't give a lot ... Read Moreof warmth itself, but I'd imagine a nice base layer you'd be fine with temps into into low 30s. My only critiques would be that there isn't the most space for elbow pads if you ride with those daily and there are no vents, which would be nice if you're riding with a backpack, but wouldn't matter if you ride without pack or hip pack as you could just open the zipper when heating up. It's the best jacket I've found for MTB.
I never owned anything from Patagonia before and because I forgot to bring a jacket on a trip ended up having to buy something to make do for a mtb ride I was on. I ended up with a different but similar Patagonia jacket and I loved it so much that I came back to find out if they had a bike specific one. This thing is awesome. I love everything abou... Read Moret it except that it doesn't have the two normal hand pockets on it. To be honest it doensn't make a difference when you are riding but if you end up using it all day running around like I do then it would be nice to have. I'm 6'2" and around 240 lbs and the xxl slim but the fit is good for riding. I wouldn't want a baggy jacket for something like this.
Are you looking for the impossible combination of a windproof, breathable and waterproof jacket. Look no further. I use this jacket for commuting and mountain biking, and it lets through the right amount of ventilation. It's doesn't say it's waterproof, but water-resistant. But I've worn it in "normal" rain and it'... Read More;s totally dry. The only two things I don't like is that the hood is a bit too small for a mountain bike helmet which is really odd for a mountain bike specifik jacket. But biggest problem is that the outside pocket is in a silly place, totally unreachable. Feels a bit more like a roadie thing to have the pocket on the back. I don't think having it on the front is a problem in mountain biking. Also a lift ticket pocket could be handy for the bike park, but an ordinary reachable pocket on the left side would be enough make this jacket beyond perfect.
Great lightweight cycling jacket.
Love this jacket. I wear it for commuting by bike and mountain biking. Nice on cooler mornings or in light rain and it's easy to pack away if it warms up. I'm 6' and I have to wear a large in some brands/styles to get long enough sleeves, but the dirt roamer has longer sleeves and some flex in the shoulders, so I can wear a medium wh... Read Moreich fits better overall.
Windbreaker or Shell
I own a windbreaker and I own a shell jacket, but on some rides, neither is quite right. I have brought a shell along on many rides, but unless it is a deluge, I usually end up being more soaked from sweat than I would have been from rain. A windshell is great on most days, but if it rains it really won't keep you dry for long. Enter the DR ja... Read Morecket. Between the taped seams, the DWR, and a close fitting over the helmet hood you stay pretty dry without becoming a bag of sweat. The jacket is minimal and very light, so It makes the cut when pack room is limited. The features are adequate for biking or running where you don't need hand pockets and pit zips don't work great. I do wish the inside chest pocket had room for my Iphone X if needed, but it fits in the back pocket easily. The fit is slim, but I can still wear a mid-weight top with a light puffy vest. The hood is spot on with a bike helmet with a singel simple adjustment. All in all, it is a very comfortable and versatile jacket that check most boxes for mountain biking.
Great jacket! Super breathable while blocking wind and shedding weather. Highly recommend. Would make one suggestion: Slim out the back pocket so when stowed it slips easily into the Dirt Roamer Bibs' pocket. The Houdini has the perfect 'stowed shape' to fit, but isn't breathable enough for me for riding.
the best mtb shell around
I spent years professing that the Houdini was the best mountain biking jacket on the market. My Houdini still has a place in my pack for specific cool weather rides with a chance of rain or when temps might drop, but for the most part I'm grabbing my Dirt Roamer Jacket when I head out the door now. Fit is great, bike specific while not looking... Read More dorky at all off the bike, and it packs down reasonably small. Fabric breathes and sheds water well and the cuffs sit well with gloves. I can be in between sizes in Patagonia shells, went with a size up for more room and mobility on this one.
You get what you pay for! Excellent design and weight. I agree with the several reviews about Small size being too small and medium sized a little too big. Patagonia needs a more versatile jacket for biking, hiking, running, packable, with vents, waterproof, wind proof, and reflectives; combined all together!
Zipper teeth failed after 3rd use.
Love the fit and look of this jacket, but the zipper teeth failed after the 3rd use, with light use. For the price I expected higher quality. Very disappointed. :(
We're so sorry to hear the the zipper failed on your new Men's Dirt Roamer Jacket. We also expect much more out of our gear, so please feel free to [send it in](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) for warranty evaluation.
I love this jacket!!!
Perfect for (very) early morning So. Cal. rides!. I wear a long sleeve shirt and a light weight fleece underneath and am comfortable in temps down to the high 40's, even with a strong wind. The stuff sack pocket is sized great, so you don't have to fight to get the jacket in the pocket. Also, this jacket is super stretchy and not confinin... Read Moreg. Seems well made and durable too.
Fits great, breathes well. Good for those cooler morning or evening rides in SoCal. Expensive but worth it if you can get it on sale. Wish it came in brighter colors and had some reflective strips for safer rides to/from the trailhead. Also would like to see some improvements in how the hood is stowed. Overall definitely recommend!
Perfect fit for cycling with thin baselayer and vest use
I love the slim fit of this jacket. It has the perfect added length in the back to stay in place while biking and is very packable. My favorite part is the sleeves. At 6' 4" an XL is typically too baggy, but needed for sleeve length. This Large has added sleeve length compared to other Patagonia products. Additionally, the sleeves are &qu... Read Moreot;low volume" so they don't flap in the wind. It would be tight to fit much of an insulation layer under this coat with my build, but it was perfect with a long sleeve base layer and a light puffy vest. At first, I was skeptical about the hood, but have really appreciated it in the colder wet weather and it's NOT a nuisance at speed on a bicycle.
Looks great, too thin for insulation.
Some of the other reviews are talking about cold weather riding in this, but I don't see how it can be comfortable. This jacket's maiden voyage was on a 32 day with snow, and it wasn't up to the task. Because it fits rather slim, there wasn't much room for insulation layers. I wore a wool jersey, a Patagonia R1 techface hoodie, ... Read Moreand this jacket, and it felt a bit crowded. After an hour I was very cold and wet. I think it would be very nice for temperatures around 45-60 but it's definitely not a cold weather jacket. There's no insulation, it's strictly a windbreaker. The shape of it is very nice for biking. The sleeves cover my wrists, filling in a space usually left between my jacket and gloves. The hood fits over my helmet nicely. It really does look great. But it's not for Minnesota late-fall and winter without an absurd amount of additional help, and at 220 lbs, the XL is too slim to pack that additional help.
Too slim and not stretchy enough
I am a small-slim guy (172 cm - 64 kg). I normally purchase Small from Patagonia. The problem with this jacket is that the fit is too slim for the material used. When I am standing and walking the jacket fits great (and looks great), the problem is when I jump on the bike. Because the jacket fits slim and the material is not stretchy enough, my bod... Read Morey movements are kind of hindered. You know! a broad range of movement is very important in MTB and this jacket is lacking in this part. If the material of the jacket would be 50% more stretchy, it would be the perfect jacket. Also because of the slim fit, wearing layers under it, it is simply uncomfortable. I tried going for a medium but the sleeves and the jacket were too long for me. I am surprised nobody else has described a similar problem in the reviews, this is why I am writing this one. Be aware, if you are going to use this jacket for MTB, you might want to try in the store first. For hiking, trail running, and gravel biking, it would actually work very well.
Awesome materials, slim fit
I use the jacket for mountain biking and cycling during colder days. The hood is definitely large enough for outside of a helmet. Material is thin and fit is slim so the jacket is good for biking or high output activity during cooler days. However, I don't know if the jacket, by itself, is thick enough for deep winter days in the northeast tho... Read Moreugh.
excellent do-it-all MTB jacket that packs down small, cleans up well, breathes, and is super comfy. large hood is great over helmet. Longer back side helps with muck and coverage when leaning forward. Certainly not fully waterproof, but does the job in light-medium rain here in the PNW. Would buy again no question.
Great on the trail!
This jacket provides the right amount of breathability when on the trail. Depending on the temperatures it might not provide enough windbreak if you do not have your proper base layers. However, when riding it is tight enough not to restrict movement but also is not too loose that it interferes with performance. And as always with Patagonia, it is ... Read Morebuilt to last many years. Bottom line, it has become my go to jacket when I am riding in chilly or winter temperatures (near Las Vegas, NV). Definitely recommend.
Literally get excited for cold weather rides
I cant recommend this jacket enough. Fits comfortably, tight enough so that its flapping in the wind but loose enough that it feels comfy to wear all day. Keeps wind and rain out, the storage pocket is great for keys and phone and a snack, and being able to pack it away and put it into my hip pack is just the cherry on top. I get stoked for cold da... Read Moreys where i can wear this jacket on big 30+ mile rides in the dirt.
Mountain biking in the Dirt Roamer jacket.
I recently got the Dirt Roamer jacket. I went with the wood brown color, which I liketypically I get black, blue, or green and this was a refreshing color change. I'm typically a Medium/Large top. I tried on both sizes and found that the medium length was perfect but the large opened up more movement flow in my upper body (I'm 160 lbs and... Read More I carry myself in my shoulders). The large size fits loose, more like an outdoor jacket fit on me which took a minute to like. After riding in the jacket in and around Truckee, CA in March just between snow cycles, I found the lightweight fabric and breathability optimal. I wore the light weight short sleeve merino jersey underneath with lightweight arm-warmer-style elbow pads underneath and found myself in the perfect temperature. We rode 3 laps; up, down, down up. When climbing I zipped the jacket down from the neck for more ventilation, then quickly zipped it back up with one-hand to drop down the trail. Overall this is a great addition to my mountain bike closet and also like the comfort of wearing a jacket while riding. I also wore it on Mt. Tam in a hard-at-times rainstorm and I remained mostly dry and warm given the dense fog, rain and wind rolling in from the coast. It's flexible and moves well. I'm wearing mine on the loose side. I recommend trying two sizes on for fit. The packability feature comes in handy, I found myself packing it up and stowing it when the sun broke thru. It's super lightweight for how much function you get out of this jacket. Thanks!
Excellent cycling focused soft-shell
I bought this jacket ~ 4 months ago to use while commuting and for MTBing in cool weather and it works great in both situations. My favorite part of the jacket is the material and the fit; it is lightweight, packable and is perfectly cut for riding (long drop tail and longer arms). The negatives: it's expensive! The DWR is only suitable for sh... Read Moreort (~10 minute) rides in the rain or longer if you have tree cover. Its functionality is laser focused on cycling so it isn't very practical for other uses. I can't comment on the durability of the material b/c I haven't crashed while wearing it, yet... Overall, it's great for my needs and I'm happy with my purchase!
Any new colors coming soon?
I bought the jacket and really like the design. I returned it because I decided I would prefer a brighter color like orange or yellow for increased visibility. Any plans for new colors in the future?
Hi Don! Thanks for your review. New colors will be introduced around February next year. Stay tuned!
My new favorite riding jacket.
You know how shoulder season id so hard because you're constantly shuffling layers so you don't overheat on the climbs or freeze on the descents? This jacket fixes that. I have never had a jacket that I could wear throughout an entire ride without being uncomfortable at some point until the Dirt Roamer showed up. I was able to go for a ... Read Morenight ride with my buddies when it was 30-40 degrees. We hammered the climbs, and railed the descents, and I forgot about my layers and was able to focus on the ride. The sleeves are long enough that you're wrists won't get cold, the hood fits over your helmet or stows away, small enough to shove in a hip pack once it warms up, and it even has the pocket in the right spot for a light battery on those chili night rides. I plan on using this layer for XC skiing this season too. It may be spendy but if you laugh at fair weather riders, this is the jacket for you.
Excellent, but hood needs to be held down better
First my one suggestion for improvement. The hood, even if held down by the provided elastic clip, flies up while biking. I use a mirror clipped to my glasses and this blocks the view. Perhaps it needs more elastic hold downs, or perhaps the hood can be rolled into a zippable collar. Despite this criticism this is my go to jacket for biking, x-c sk... Read Moreiing and even BC skiing on warm spring days. It is wind resistant, breathable, quiet, moves well and I think looks good.
Great temperature control on ascents.
Great temperature control on ascents. Very well designed/made; both pockets placed right (I just purchased a second). More wind leakage on descents than I'd expect (feels like through the zipper). Not sure why there's a hood on a primary bike shell. The hood rolls and clips, but is bulky and not secure at speed. Probably better without a ... Read Morehood or if it had a pocket for stowage.
Great MTB-Specific shell built with durability
This shell has one feature I wish more Patagonia items had - durability. I have had and seen gnarly crashes in this jacket against rough Tahoe granite and sand, without so much as a scratch on the jacket. I don't leave it on for climbing unless it is a windy day, it compresses so well to store in my pack. The hood is a good size, and stays up ... Read Moreno problem so long as the zipper is up. The longer cut is great as is the extended hand coverage to stay over gloves. Paired with the Midweight Bike Jersey, the Nano Air, or an R1 all wind is blocked and the warm stays in. Big fan of this shell!
So far so good. I
So far so good. I was a little surprised to have water start to seep in during a heavy squall, particularly on the shoulders and inner elbows. But since the damn thing breathes so well, I stay significantly drier than usual. I am used to washing my outwear after a winter/fall ride (I live in Bellingham, WA), so we will see how the jacket holds up t... Read Moreo repeated use/washing. I am not slim in any sense of the word, so don't be scared off by slim fit. I wear a large in everything else, and the large fits me great.
Outstanding piece and well thought through
This jacket is the perfect mtb jacket. It cuts just enough wind while being breathable enough to leave on for moderate climbs, the hood is appropriately sized, and it stuffs perfectly into the Nine Trails 8l Hip Pack. The best part however is the durability. Unlike the other mountain bike products from Patagonia, this is built to withstand a crash ... Read Moreor ten. This is in comparison to my Dirt Roamer shorts and Merino Bike Jerseys, all of which ripped upon first contact with the ground.
A stretchy slim fitting soft-shell that does what it was sold to do.
I've only worn mine a few days. I found that it is indeed breathable, I left it on for quite awhile on some uphill grinds. I got walloped by an intense afternoon thunderstorm on a ride that took an extra hour or two longer than I expected, and the fabric is indeed "water resistant". About 5 minutes after the deluge began the DWR gave... Read More up the ghost in most places. But then again no-one ever said it was waterproof! The rear left pocket is a little awkward to get into (I'm right handed, why are all the MTB pockets on the jacket and shorts on the left?) and the chest pocket was barely big enough to fit a phone and/or a pair of sunglasses when the forest floor got too dark and I needed to take them off to see. I'm 6'3" normal body shape. The size L torso fits fine (almost a little tight) and the arms are even tighter.
My new fav jacket
I bought this jacket having the cold spring mornings in mind. I wanted to find the perfect piece that would keep me warm but be breathable for those long climbs. The Dirt Roamer has worked perfectly. So breathable, you can definitely feel the wind thorough it but it is still enough to keep you warm. I also wear mine to the office and around the tow... Read Moren because I love the style and the fit. Super light weight too and takes up very little room in my backpack. I got the Large and I am 6'2" 190 pounds with broad shoulders
Love the Dirt Roamer jacket
Great jacket for riding or just wearing in light weather. Nice wind resistance for active use - standing around on a breezy day at my kid's soccer game got a little chilly. Got a Large and it fits well - I'm 5'11", 195lbs. with broad shoulders, and fit was perfect - like the torso coverage. Roll-up hood works well, a bonus would... Read More be some way to secure the outer ends (a small flap to tuck them into?) so they don't unroll mid-ride and obscure look-behinds in traffic.
One of my most versatile lightweight jackets!
I can't tell you how much I love the Dirt Roamer. I use it for mountain biking, bike touring, road riding, fat biking, skate skiing, trail running, hiking, or anything else active that I may find myself embarking on. It is a great weight, super breathable, and fits nicely right between athletic and casual. Not a full on rain jacket but a breat... Read Morehable jacket for those cooler days. I wear this thing ALL the time. Highly recommend this jacket!
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