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Having tried a selection of twelve raincoats from a variety of brands, this one far outclassed the others. The fit is perfect, I am 6'3" and the medium was spot on. The waterproofing is 100% only without the internal sweating issues you get with other jackets. It's super breathable. And even better, the zips front and back mean flexibility, which means it's comfortable for cycling as much as walking. Solid.
First off the quality of this jacket is great. Stitching is good, really light and has good shower protection. the only thing that let it down for me personally was the shape. I do a lot of fitness so I'm wide at the shoulder and narrow at the waist and this jacket has a fair bit of excess around the midriff area. I would have prefered it more fitted but it's still great value and does the job.
The biggest offset would be that the material where it has contact with other things, even other soft material, it frays a little (the lower back and under forearms). It is warm and very light. The slim-fit sizing is great, except the opening for the wrists is a little large and loose. I also hate how when I sit down with it zipped-up, the front gets bunched and protrudes out quite a bit. Otherwise, all positive.
Have worn twice so far, unlike an other brands running jacket I did not overheat, it kept me dry and kept wind out. Only niggle it was a bit tight hug t across the shoulders when stretching but did not restrict movement whilst running.
Nice looking jacket and fit well. Shoulders are somewhat square-ish, so makes me look buffer than I am. :) That being said, the jacket is really thin and seems pretty cheap. Mine had a few stray threads here and there. There's no liner of any sort and it doesn't breathe well. I wore mine just around town and took it off often because I got too hot. Not looking forward to actually running in it. I got mine (blue) on sale and paid $42 (rather than $60). Even for that price, it still seems like it's not worth it. It does go well with my Dodgers hat, but so far we're 0-1 while I'm wearing it. Maybe it's Mets blue rather than Dodger blue. :D
I don't have much to say about the Tiro 15 jacket, other than it's a great jacket and definitely worth every penny. It fits true to size, it's not too big or too small (If you're a medium shirt size, buy a medium jacket). I've had it for a couple of months and I've worn them more than I should.... It's such a nice jacket. Lightweight and breathable.
Had this for 2 months now and I like it! When it rains I don't get soaking wet and that's a big plus for me. The only problem is that it runs slightly big I'm 5'7 with an average body and a M is a bit big, I recommend sizing down a bit. As far as quality goes I must say it's good, I was hit by a car while riding my bike and fell to the floor and I was surprised to see that the jacket was not ripped at all!! It was only ripped from my elbow but that was no big deal. So I'm happy with the product and I would definitely recommend it
Lush fabric, ventilated well, strong zips with ergonomic, easy to find plastic pulls with subtle logo. Three stipe along arm length contrasted with two-tone faux epaulets on shoulders really pops. This is a great looking jacket.
I live in the very rainy PNW, and needed a jacket to battle the wind and rain. This thing is awesome! I tested it out during a downpour for about 20 minutes and I was still dry. Fits a little big, but perfect for wearing over a hoodie, and it looks and feels great.