alex cooperwrote a review of Analog Highmark Gore-Tex Jacket - Men's on November 18, 2014
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
First and foremost, this jacket is great. It's a gore tex shell which means it doesn't insulate very much but it blocks wind, rain, and snow very well so it does end up keeping you fairly warm. I've hiked in just a long sleeve shirt and t shirt under it and was plenty warm. The coat itself is a pullover, which makes it slightly difficult to put on at first but you can develop a technique for getting it on pretty quickly without too much fuss. The big pockets on the front are great, the sides can hold water bottles easily without them bouncing around and you can dump pretty much anything in the middle one. The zippered pocket behind the velcro ones is huge and lets your hands meet which is pretty nice and makes it feel like a large technical hoodie. Inside, it's got a nice pocket for your phone (complete with a neoprene case that fits an iPhone 5 perfectly with a plastic top so it's slightly waterproof) that's on an elastic cord.
I really can't complain about this jacket, it keeps you warm and dry in pretty much any conditions. My advice would be that if you're on the fence with sizing, go with the larger size. The larger size will give you a little more space to layer under the jacket, which you will need to do, and it makes putting on the jacket a little easier.