Bryon R.wrote a review of Patagonia Tezzeron Jacket - Men's on January 28, 2017
Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit: True to size
This is a new piece for patty this year. I have not had a chance to really test it in varied conditions, but here are a couple initial thoughts...
Fabric/Feel - the piece is soft and supple. It has the feel of a traditional soft-shell & is lightweight for this type of piece. It is made of nylon though, so probably won't breathe as well as a standard softie--as evidenced by the polyester lining & vented back. However, being nylon, it is probably fairly wind proof & should be pretty water resistant too (it also has a DWR finish, so should be solid in limited wet conditions).
Fit - my local gear shop did not have this one in stock, so I tried on some Torrentshells for a hopeful reference point. In years past, a patty medium proved to be a nice, trim fit, and in some pieces is still my preferred size...I don't like a lot of dead space around my mid section for limited layering pieces, but am mindful of a comfortable fit in the chest, arms, and whether the garment lifts too much with raised arms. I found a large sized Tezzeron to fit perfectly and very similar to the Torrenshell. In fact, patty's sizing/cut for other "regular fit" pieces I tried on was consistent across the board. This piece fits & looks great--I dig the buffalo green. Can layer underneath (pullover & hooded insulated jacket fit comfortably) or wear alone (athletic fit that doesn't look boxy). Length is great too--front falls to the crotch & the back almost completely covers my bum.
Plan to wear it hiking, walking the pup, running errands, around town biking, etc. Will offer an update after I've worn it a bit more.