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Warmth with a side of wind-blocking protection.
Wind might whip at your flanks and try to tug at your warmth, but the Stoic Women's Luft 60 Anorak shrugs off the cold weather with ease. This half-zip packs a heavenly dose of synthetic insulation that's not only lightweight but also low-bulk, making it a prime choice for your ski-touring pack or backpacking bag. Fine touches like wrist gaiters and highly-breathable liner material further the capabilities and protection offered by this toasty insulating piece.
- Polartec Wind Pro side panels block cold wind from stealing away your body heat
- 60-gram Cirrus synthetic insulation provides ample warmth, maintains its insulating properties even when wet, and compresses easily
- Pertex Quantum lining breathes away excess moisture so you feel comfortable even if you're working up a sweat
- 3-D Ergonomic Construction offers a fit that's close, while still allowing room for light layers underneath
- Adjustable hood gives your head additional protection against wind and weather
- Wrist gaiters and an adjustable hood provide extra protection from deep snow and frigid conditions
- Backcountry.com is the exclusive US distributor for Stoic products
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- Fit: Runs small
The color is not nearly as pretty in the picture, it is much more purple. Also, it runs very small. I ordered one size up, but wish I had gone 2 sizes up. It appears nice, it is still too cold to wear it.
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I ordered this anorak to layer under an Arcteryx soft shell for skiing. I ordered a Large (based on a previous reviewer's suggestion to order up a size) and it fits perfectly with room to layer underneath, if necessary. I am 5'6" and 135 lbs with a bust to contend with (36D). While I haven't worn it skiing yet, I did wear it for a power walk in 22 degree windy weather with only a tank top and flannel shirt underneath. I was plenty warm (and I am almost always cold). The wrist gaiters are a nice touch. Couldn't be happier with this purchase.
Is the Stoic Luft 60 suitable for layering...
Is the Stoic Luft 60 suitable for layering under the Welder Hi jacket?
Seems like a good pairing to me. Just make sure you buy the Welder in a big enough size. If it's tight and the fleece gets flattened, it'll lose insulation.
Stoic is fly
Cool little pullover. Not super warm (grab another layer if it's less than 40), and Stoic's details are super fly. I got the Boysenberry. Not too chic, but feminine enough. It does run a little snug, but I went with my usual size, small (5'4", 115 lbs) and it feels good with a tee underneath. Stoic=quality & stylee.
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
This jacket runs small. Order one size up.