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Lole Claudia Insulated Jacket - Women's

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Claudia Insulated Jacket

The Lole Claudia Insulated Jacket is your new travel buddy. When you depart your sunny hometown, throw it in your suitcase in its convenient storage pouch so you're prepared for a winter wonderland. Loftech insulation traps in heat, and the shell is designed to resist light water and wind. The mid-thigh length keeps you comfortable while standing or sitting, and the flattering, slim fit provides you with a streamlined silhouette that is ideal for urban wanderings.

  • Stylish, insulated jacket for casual days and traveling
  • Loftech insulation ensures all-day warmth
  • DWR treatment resists moisture in light rain storms
  • Packs into a compact storage pouch
  • Slim fit for fashionable warmth
  • Item #LLEK0B4

Material
100% polyester, DWR finish
Insulation
Loftech
Fit
slim
Length
below hip
Center Back Length
36in
Hood
yes
Pockets
2 hand zippered
Recommended Use
casual, hiking
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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>Rating: 3

Jcorm

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

This jacket is definitely not rated correctly for temperature. It’s a spring or fall jacket at best. That being said I’m keeping it because I have heavy winter coats and this will make a good transition jacket and it will be great for traveling if we ever travel again . It’s packable perfect for Ireland.

>Rating: 2

CEO of household of boys

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
True to size

I was very excited about this jacket and the looks and design aspects. However, there is barely any down insulation in it at all. Feels almost like a windbreaker when on. Am super bummed as the photo makes it look much more puffy!

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For what kind of temperatures would this jacket work? We live in southern New England where it isn't terribly cold, but can expect temperatures in the low twenties. Would this be appropriate for that?