Jeffrey Johnson wrote a review of Mammut Ultimate Inuit Softshell Jacket - Men's on April 23, 2011
I have softshell jackets from Arc'teryx, Marmot, Patagonia and Mountain Hardware and this jacket is by FAR my favorite. I used this jacket for a 10 mile bike ride (10mph wind - 42 degrees) and I did not even feel the wind come through my jacket once. The fabric is very soft and slightly stretchy and the inside is insulated by a light layer of fleece to keep you nice and warm. The pit zips are HUGE, which is a good thing, and they do work very well when needed. The wrists have velcro straps and they are not cheap - unlike my Arc'teryx Beta SL's wrists straps. The Inuit is a VERY fit jacket meaning it is tailored to fit your body closer, so if you are wanting to layer underneath this jacket then I might suggest you buy a size up. I love this jacket because it keeps me warm, keeps out wind and light moisture, looks good and is a great investment (lets face it, you might as well spend a little more money for nicer gear thats going to last a long time than spend less money on cheap gear thats not going to last 2 years). I would recommend this jacket to anyone.