Description

A fleece for foul weather.

Midweight Polartec Wind Pro insulation, ergonomic stretch, and a moisture-shedding surface make the 66 North Iceland Vatnajokull Jacket a go-to space-heater for outdoor enthusiasts looking to conquer a broad range of activities without letting a little foul weather get in the way.

  • This versatile wind- and water-resistant jacket can be used as a mid-layer on cold winter days and as an outer layer during shoulder seasons
  • Polartec Wind Pro in the body wicks moisture, and Wind Pro Stretch in the sleeves gives you full range of motion and a clean fit with no bunching
  • Ventilated through pockets to keep air flowing
  • Slim, athletic cut makes it ideal for layering under shells when the weather gets nasty
  • Microfiber suede trim adds chafe-free comfort when next to skin

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4 5

Decent fleece sized for a Norseman

So this jacket is nice enough, seems about right at SAC prices. If I were paying retail I'd be pissed that all the zippers are just upside down to look stealthy, not actually waterproof. 4 stars for quality at discount and because the mystic blue is a sweet indigo in real life.

Take it for what it's worth, but the sizing is pretty extreme. I'm 5'7, 170 lbs with broad shoulders and an 8" drop. The medium must be made for a Viking because it's at least 4" too long and roomy in the torso--definitely not an athletic fit. Hey, no worries I'm a stocky guy and used to it. The strange part is that all of the extra length seems to be in the shoulders. If I pull up the jacket so that the armholes hit my pits, the torso and arms actually fit pretty well, but I get a huge bunch up of fabric behind my neck. So the ideal wearer would be something like 6' tall with enormous traps...like you would get from swinging a battle axe. Just sayin'.