Bought the Team Red Jacket XL when it was on sale.
It fit true to size though a bit roomy. That roominess works well during colder weather so you can wear a base layer and up to a midweight fleece/wool jacket for warmth.
The jacket is very lightweight and can be rolled up into one of the handpockets and the hood can also be rolled into the collar.
The zipper is not a 2 way zipper in that it can be unzipped from the bottom as well as from the top but that would probably add to the overall cost.
There's no chest pocket but there are 2 hand pockets with mesh lining.
The jacket is relatively waterproof but it won't stand a continuous downpour as the jacket will get wetted out and you'll feel the cold. The jacket doesn't breathe that well but has pit zips to let moisture out from inside the jacket.
People may claim that they get wet from wearing the jacket but I'd suspect that it may be their perspiration or sweat and that they weren't venting the inside of the jacket to let the moisture out.
After a few months, esp. the wet and cold autumn/winter seasons, you'll need to clean the jacket and may have to re-apply the DWR treatment to keep it waterproof. Otherwise, the jacket will naturally lose its waterproofing which will eventually need to be re-applied.
The jacket is light and thin enough to be stowed away into a small pack for travel.
During the autumn/winter months, I keep it in my car's trunk in case of wet weather.
But the thinness means that you should be careful about using the jacket should you do any active activities as it may tear, say, if used while hiking/backpacking.
It's a relatively jacket when it's on sale usually during the off-seasons in summer and autumn.