Through fields of all shapes and sizes.
Not so different than how you like your whiskey, the Topo Designs Men's Field Jacket radiates a brisk and straight-forward construction that's equally at home puttering around the tool shed as it is meandering through a new city. This coat features a military-inspired silhouette and the mountain-friendly fabrics assure durability. A bevvy of pockets keep necessities organized and within close reach, while the slightly slim fit provides a modern, tailored look.
- A military-inspired jacket for casual wear
- Tough fabric withstands wear-and-tear with ease
- Bevvy of pockets keep necessities organized
- Box cut snap cuffs provide a timeless look
- Slightly slim fit assures a tailored silhouette
- Item #TPO002F
- Q & A
Great looking jacket, terrible fit
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: Medium
- Height: 5'8"
- Weight: 135lbs
I was really exited about this jacket because I love the look and have been searching for something like it for awhile. Well, I tried two sizes and returned them both. The construction and material seemed very nice, but it fits like a poorly fitted tuxedo jacket, and is at least one size smaller than tagged. I am 5'8" 135 lbs, and usually buy medium jackets for the extra room. I bought this in medium and it fit like a slim small, enough room for a thin layer underneath and not more. And the cuffs, while a neat design, were almost to tight to snap (and I have fairly thin wrists). I exchanged for a large and that fit like a medium, and was a bit better. However, it did nothing to help the WORST part about the fit: the sleeves. They are possibly the worst articulated, most restrictive sleeves I've ever seen on a jacket. You can't even lift your arms above shoulder level without straining the fabric, causing massive ride up of the jacket and pulling on the sleeves . No mobility at all. Sorry, but that is a total fail for a "field jacket." If you are looking for just a fashion item, and you don't intend on lifting your arms much, this might work for you. If you want an actually functional jacket, look elsewhere.