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C'mon, it's not that bad outside—put away that gym pass, put on The North Face Women's Out The Door Softshell Jacket, and get some fresh air along with your workout. TNF made this jacket with the lighweight Apex Aerobic softshell fabric that stretches and breathes for maxiumum comfort while you're moving, and it also offers protection from chilling winds at the same time. A DWR finish repels light precipitation, too. And if you opt for the indoor workout anyway, the jacket's flattering princess seams and stylish rib-knit collar, hem, and cuffs will ensure you look good coming and going.

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Great color!

    I bought this jacket in blue. I love the color and get complimented everytime I wear it. It is very light weight coming in at 11 ounces. It's perfect for me at my office where I never know if it's going to be hot or cold. I am 6 ft tall and broad shouldered and long armed and the XL fits well. I was very surprised that it had a 2 inch elastic waistband and on the cuff. The picture does not show that. I looked at the picture and saw smooth material, not ribbed. I am not happy that the elastic in the waistband is curled up as well, like it is too long for the space it is in and has to curl to fit. Another issue I had was in the cuff. I could feel something poking me like a sliver. I finally got hold of it and found it to be the black thread used to sew it. I don't know how to describe it other than sharp and wirery. So..all in all I love the color, dislike the waistband enough to give it a 3 star. If it weren't a hassle I would probably return it and spend my money on a different item. I think the picture should be changed to show the waistband.

    Will this jacket keep me warm on chilly...

    Will this jacket keep me warm on chilly days? What type of weather is this good for?

    That really depends on how you define chilly days, what you're doing, and your tolerance to cold. If you were just standing around, its probably not going to keep you very warm below 40-50. If you're running or hiking or biking, you could be comfortable to a much lower temperature. This is good for dry weather or very very light precipitation.