The jacket is 20k/20k so it's really waterproof, and it has thinsulate insulation I'm not sure how much as it didn't say on the tag or on the website). I wore it in below zero weather, around -9C or 16F with just a long sleeve underneath and I was fine. Any colder and I would probably need layers though. It's a really lightweight jacket (lighter than a Large saga anomie) and it isn't poofy or anything. It's also flexible, which is a weird way to rate a jacket i know, but I don't really like super stiff jackets like the saga anomies, it kind of feels like shell material, which is good in my opinion. The seams are all fully taped too.
I got the one in maroon/red and I think it's a super clean design, not really in your face, but still stylish. The pockets are all easily accessible and there's a phone/media pocket on the inside of the jacket near the zipper. The coolest thing about that is it's clear and you can still use your phone while it's in the pocket without actually having to take it out. More jackets need this. It doesn't have a little thing to hold down the hood which isn't a huge deal, but it'd make it better in my opinion. The inside pockets are a little small, as well as the bottom ones in the front of the jacket, but the chest pockets are pretty roomy.
It fits slim while still having a slightly longer, more tailored fit. I'm about 5'10-5'11 and I weigh 160 pounds so I would say that I have an average build. It goes down past my butt two inches or so, or mid thigh I guess.
The zip length is about 33 inches, and the pit to pit length (measuring from the bottom of the sleeve) is 24 inches
So far so good, seems pretty durable, I've fallen a couple times, no rips or anything of the sort.
I love this jacket. Eira definitely thought this jacket out well, and the fit is one of the best I've tried. I'd recommend it to basically anyone. The only part I'd improve is something to hold down the hood and slightly bigger jackets.