Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3
Rated 4 out of 5 by Arwen Great Design..
This jacket has a great design. The fabric was outstanding. This jacket is fitted. Loved the look, but the sleeves were too long and the double thickness at the wrist of the sleeve because of the contrasting liner was not as comfortable as I had hoped. Cute as it was, decided to return for another Under Armour Style jacket.
March 25, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Tanya-est not worth the money
I tried this on in the store and went back later to get it when it didn't show up under the Christmas tree, thinking it was around $60. Try doubling that. For the money, you can get something like a nice North Face fleece jacket- something warmer, windproof, or water resitant, something higher quality with more tech features. This jacket looks nice, the branding is not in-your-face, and the reptile pattern is really nice, but it is just not worth $130. The inside, described as "brushed," felt rough to me. The material is fairly lightweight- I don't think the jacket would keep you very warm. The black inner sleeves w/thumbholes came out 3-4" past the end of the outer sleeve, which looked funny, and the sleeves were slim enough that it was hard to tuck the inner sleeve in (I'm 5'10, 150 lbs, and my forearms are thin to average). It was exciting to see an athletic jacket that was leaning more towards stylish and less towards sporty than most, but this one just did not seem worth the price.
December 28, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by AnastasiaBeaverhausen Cute but?.
I received the Charcoal Snakey jacket as a Christmas gift yesterday. It's sooooo cute and I love the neat fabric, but the asymetrical hem was a problem for me. I like that style if the front is shorter than the back, but this is reverse. The back is shorter, hitting the waistband and the front is longer. For me, it's not practical for the cold winters as I would feel the need to hike it down all the time. Other than that, it is a very cool jacket; the arms are long and I like the thumbholes, but unfortunately mine is going back to the store.
December 26, 2013