Min3869877 wrote an answer about Stoic Luft 60 Anorak - Men's on May 21, 2014
This jacket does not puff out thickly enough for a 5-degree skiing day, even if you put a shell over it. It's a great thickness for 30 degrees to 65 degrees, depending on whether you are moving or still, whether there is howling wind, whether you are wearing a wicking t-shirt, wool t-shirt, or warm sweater under it, and depending on whether you tend to get cold. The side panels are not at all wind-resistant, so I plan to sew nylon over them. I'll trim off the elastic cuffs, which are too tight. I really like the fabric, the construction, the elastic around hood-opening (instead of drawcord), and the kangaroo front pocket. It's a dandy jacket in general, a great bargain. * The thickness of the insulation is what will keep you warm, whether it is down or Primaloft. If you need an inch of warmth for a 5-degree day, down provides that at a lighter weight than synthetics; while Primaloft weighs more yet keeps you warm when it gets wet in rain or from sweat, but down collapses. Both are great in different circumstances.