Furnace-like warmth meets chic style.
From midtown Manhattan to Park City, Utah, the Mackage Women's Jada Down Jacket wraps you in lavish style and decadent warmth when the winter winds are howling. Crafted with a durable polyester shell, the Jada provides water-resistant protection when light snow gently interrupts your day, while the lofty, toasty down-fill insulation envelops you in warmth from your head down to your knees. Black curly sheepskin inside the collar offers cozy comfort and protects you from brisk winds, and the storm cuffs, as well as the adjustable hood let you batten down the hatches when the weather really takes a turn. Plus, the chic raccoon fur trimmed hood double isn't just a pretty face—it doubles down on your protection when temperatures hit the single digits.
- Ultra-stylish, fiery-warm down jacket for frigid winter days
- Water-resistant construction sheds light rain and snow
- Duck-down insulation wraps you in toasty comfort
- Leather trim delivers an elegant touch
- Fur trimmed hood and sheepskin lining boosts style and warmth
- Fleece pocket lining offers cozy respite for your hands
- Knee length keeps the cold at bay
- Regular fit provides a sleek silhouette
- Item #MCK0005
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: medium
- Height: 5'5"
- Weight: 135lbs
This coat is super warm and I will be protected from the brutal cold of NYC winters. For the first time I wore it with just a long sleeve T-shirt, when it was about 34F with 30F windchill, and felt great. I did have to size up to M because the coat is on the narrower side in the hips. I love that the entire hood is removable because I don't like wearing it. It would be nice if Mackage offered to sell the fur separately. Its presence raises the price of the coat probably by $100-$200 and since I am not going to be wearing it, I feel that it is a waste of my money and an animal's life.
What disappointed me most is the plastic zipper. For this much money a sturdier zipper would be more appropriate.