At the crossroads of performance and style.
While ordinarily you'd start your post-work dog walk with a steady warm up, today calls for something a little more steep, which also means you're bound to get sweaty and chilly. Thankfully, the Basin and Range Women's Bonneville Fitness Jacket is designed to curb the cold, wick away moisture, and dry quickly—in style, of course.
Ideal for hiking or running, the Bonneville is made with a performance fleece material that not only assures ample mobility, but also regulates your body temperature with ease. A full-length zipper enables you to dump excess heat when needed, or can be worn fully zipped-up for cozy, furnace-like warmth. Two zippered hand pockets keep necessities, like your phone or car keys, close by and secure.
- Backcountry Exclusive
- A performance fleece that boasts style and comfort
- Moisture-wicking, quick-drying, and stretchy fabric
- Full-length zipper for body temperature regulation
- Dual, zippered hand pockets keep necessities close by
- Item #BNG001T
- Q & A
Love the print, Great fit
Got this due to beautiful fun print. Fit is great, length is good. I do not feel too constricted in this jacket. Good for every day use. Would of preferred cuffs at the sleeves and a different construction at of the mock neck. But pretty happy with it
Fit/function not as expected
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: Medium
I ordered this jacket with excitement. It looked like a fabulous, functional item - and what a great/unique print for winter workout gear. However, I had to return it. I'd planned to use it for long cold winter runs but it's so thick/hot (with no "breathing" materials or capabilities), voluminous and bulky that it would not work for this. I considered using it outside of workouts (just for going to town, etc.) but the fit isn't flattering enough to justify wearing it in situations where function doesn't matter (i.e., I'd favor function over flattering look for a running item). If I sized down, the sleeves and torso would be too short, so that's not an option.