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Irish Setter Coldwater Packable Jacket

Irish Setter Coldwater Packable Jacket

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Irish Setter is known primarily for their production of high quality footwear for avid outdoorsman but with what we experienced this past season in the Coldwater Jacket, they’ve done their homework in the apparel department as well!
The Coldwater Jacket is reversible with a windproof shell on one side and warm fleece on the other.  The pullover style ¼ zip has 2 lower body pockets on the fleece side with a packable mid chest pocket on the polyester side.  This means that you can stow the entire jacket in that mid chest pocket and keep it in your pack for an extra layer or use it for a pillow in camp.  The zip-up cowl collar and adjustable shock-cord hem allow you the ultimate protection from the elements.
We utilized this jacket in two ways this past season.  One as the layer beneath our StormKlothII  Jacket and also as an outer layer when the temps were more reasonable.  In both capacities, this jacket excelled.  The combination of fleece and polyester not only make this jacket comfortable and warm, it provides an extra layer of windproof protection.  Furthermore, this jacket is stylish enough to be worn out on the town (once the season was over of course……for scent purposes)
After field testing the Coldwater Packable Jacket, it was easy for us to see that Irish Setter upholds the same commitment to quality, fit and performance in their apparel.

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Our Marks on the Coldwater Packable Jacket


Fit:  5 out of 5: The Coldwater Packable Jacket is true to size and we found it to fit just as well as one of our base layers as it did an outer layer.

Comfort: 5 out of 5: Both sides of this jacket are comfortable and the windproof polyester side is not noisy like some jackets on the market.

Quality: 5 out of 5: We put this jacket to the test and it held up very well.  No busted stitching or problems with zippers or shock-cords.

Range of Use: 5 out of 5: From an inner to an outer layer all the way to a camp pillow

Overall Value: 5 out of 5:
At $89.99, the quality and warmth of this jacket will be a staple in your hunting closet when the weather turns nasty.

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