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Estelle is styled for the block but built to handle the park.

The Holden Women's Estelle Down Jacket's waxed look shimmers and shines like beacon and attracts fashion-focused eyes, but it's what's on the inside that makes the Estelle ready for anything. From the chilly city streets to bitter cold lift rides, the Estelle's natural goose down insulation keeps you warm and is held in place by the chevron stitch pattern. All that puts the Estelle in a whole different class of outerwear than those jackets with an overly 'outdoorsy' look.
  • S.CAFE lining in the body is crafted from eco-friendly recycled coffee grounds to help control odors that can build up from sweat; don't worry, though ... it won't make you smell like the corner java hut
  • Targeted fleece lining insulates while providing a soft feel and moisture-control
  • Underarm vents let air circulate without exposing your body to direct moisture
  • Includes a real leather chamois to keep eyewear blingin'

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2 5

Beware of the Yellow.

Heads up guys, the Yellow Jacket is way darker than the pic. Barely a yellow at all, had to return it.
More of a dark mustard/swamp green/brown.

I'll bump it up to two stars because the jacket itself was super cosy and warm, with good features and Holden is reputable for it's outerwear technology and quality. Fairly bulky though.
Just bitter about having to pay $100 to return it from Australia, haha.
If you're keen on this jacket though, be safe and just settle for the Black one.

4 5

Colors off

The burnt henna color is more of a rusted red, then orange as it appears in the picture.