I'm 6'6'' 185lbs got the XL: perfect layering, size-wise, over Norrona Warm3 fleece (THE BOMB). I love the larger pockets on the front vs. the softshell Trollveggen 1 which has only chest zips. However, no insulation inside this coat at all, so I must not have read that...for an extra $60, I was expecting insulation and stretch, so I'm not sure I'm gonna keep this. Insulation matters to me as I'm so thin. I was instantly bummed on looking inside of it and seeing quite a bit of sewing and "guts" that don't look that good and which actually do get snagged slightly and drag on my Warm3 fleece, so that was not entirely expected. I don't expect a work of art inside my jacket but this looks a bit like a flea market.
This is also semi-superficial - but the chest / front zippers are placed from inner chest to hip - zipping outward toward the hips, rather than inward toward zipper base. This outward zip-toward-the-hips look is TOTALLY DOPEY! For men (and again, pardon if this sounds superficial) you want to emphasize V-shape from chest to hips, not a pyramid shape - so oddly, the contrast in zips color on the chest makes it look like I have a pot-belly. Totally bizarre as I'm tall and in shape, very long...so to see that look on me looks so wrong. Norrona could just as easily slant the zips from the shoulder inward to the main-zipper and relocate the same-sized pocket w/ a much better, stronger looking effect.
Last - and this is perhaps slightly superficial - to me, chest zippers should zip DOWN to close not UP. Because these zip closed in the UP position - I feel like I'm wearing nipple rings with this! Ergonomically - this type of zip-up position means the pockets can OPEN during usage vs. staying closed if they zip down to close. These ergonomic items add up for me to be a likely return - however - I think this jacket is probably still major for its intended purpose which is largely not snowboarding (etc) that I'd be doing with it in the winter.