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London by London Fog Men's Soft Shell 3 in 1 Jacket with Removable Vest, Pacific Blue, XXL
244.05 SAR

London by London Fog Men's Soft Shell 3 in 1 Jacket with Removable Vest, Pacific Blue, XXL

by  FOG by London Fog, Jackets & Coats -  4 ratings

244.05 SAR 

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  • Covered zip front into stand collar
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    Brand
    FOG by London Fog
    Size
    XX-Large
    Targeted Group
    Men
    Model Number
    ML22036R
    Brand
    FOG by London Fog
    Size
    XX-Large
    Targeted Group
    Men
    Model Number
    ML22036R
    UPC-A
    883661692421
    Item EAN
    2724656852049
    ASIN
    B01LR9DSQK
    Color
    Color
    Pacific Blue
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    • Covered zip front into stand collar
 

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  • Great Jacket!!
    By Larry Fink on 30 April 2017

    Very good quality as you expect from London Fog. The price was unbelievable very reasonable.

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  • but I like it.
    By Joe M. Hill on 13 February 2017

    somewhat small on my shoulders, but I like it.

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  • 3 Stars+ It's Okay
    By Inspector Nash Bridges on 10 March 2017

    Let's start off with the good part.

    Sleeves are light and thin. That counts when you're layering. You do not want your arms to bulk up and restrict motion. You want to be able to move your arms. The drawback is that you will not have insulation on your arms.

    Shell has zippers on the handwarmers and Napoleon pockets. This will keep items in, so that they don't fall out. Liner does not have zippers on handwarmers, and no Napoleon pocket. Both shell and liner have very large inside pockets without zippers.

    In order to be warm, dry, and comfortable, you must layer with waterproof & windproof on top, with insulation to effectively trap your own body heat. Layers should effectively breath so that moisture can wick away from your skin. Your body produces heat at various levels, depending upon your level of activity. Each one of us produces different amounts of heat which varies. This is why some people fell hot when other people feel cold.

    If item is worn over a t-shirt, you could stay warm at temps above 60 degrees Fahrenheit while engaging in a moderate level of activity such as simply walking around.

    The shell is neither waterproof nor windproof, which disqualifies this item as an effective top layer. It will work as an intermediate layer. As for layering, carefully consider what you'll be wearing with this. Will your arms slide in and out of the sleeves smoothly? Because of the bonded fleece backing on the shell, you can rule out fleece and wool shirts. My choice is down. Down sweaters come with nylon or polyester shells, and better manufacturers treat the shells with DWR. This will allow you to slide your arms smoothly against the bonded fleece on the inside of the sleeves.






    Nothing about this item indicates that it breathes, so expect perspiration and condensation. Another reason why this is not a 5 Star item.

    So what is a 5 Star item? Waterproof. Windproof. Breathable. Everything which this item isn't. To a certain degree, the polyester is water resistant. So if you're not wearing this item in rain, it will not saturate immediately. You'll be fine if there is a light fog, or if you're passing a neighbor's yard and the lawn sprinklers are spraying a fine mist. This will not pass the test if you put it on and step into the shower wearing it.

    Now here is where I found this item to be good. I was able to pair it with the DWR shell from a 3-In-1 jacket. So now I've effectively created a 6-In-1 jacket, with 3 layers of water resistant material. Which means that heavy rain will have to penetrate and saturate through a top layer of DWR, then get through 2 addition layers offered by this item. The jacket which I chose originally came with a liner described as "synthetic down"; which really means heavy polyester filling (as opposed to Thinsulate) meant to trap heat like down. While I liked the warmth factor, I was not so crazy about the bulk. This item replaced it nicely with less bulk. And since I will already be wearing a Pendleton shirt with a down sweater, my insulation needs were already being met.



    For me, the combination of a proper base layer, a Pendleton wool shirt, a down sweater, and this item paired to a DWR shell was very comfortable at 0 degrees Celsius, or 32 degrees Fahrenheit. For anyone who does not know, that is the temperature which water freezes. The wind was blowing hard, with up to 40 MPH gusts. It was snowing. Visibility for driving was zero. Traffic was halted and the Interstate was closed by The Highway Patrol. The wind and snow never penetrated my layering system. I was perfectly warm and dry. Keep in mind that I was also wearing insulated pants, insulated boots (yes, they exist), gloves, and a wool cap.








    If it's cold, pouring down rain, or you're in 25' of snow.....this jacket sucks! Period. It will not work. But if combined with other carefully selected articles of clothing, it can be a very effective part of a multi-layer system.

    1 person found this review helpful

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  • Four Stars
    By Amazon Customer on 22 November 2017

    nice and warm. I am 173cm and 65kg, the small size fits well

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