10,000mm waterproof with dwr coating
10,000g/m2/24 hr breathability
Taped construction at all major seams
Fully vented, Mesh Lined
Main Zipper with ergonomic Eira Puller
Heavy Duty edge stitching throughout
Easy-grab pocket zip pullers with logo
Interior Zip music Pocket
Interior cell phone pocket
Multi-density mesh lining
Warm microfibre collar lining
Heavy duty YKK Delrin or waterproof zips
2-way main zips
four zippered exterior pockets with warm tricot lining
snowskirt with stretch insert
primaloft eco 60g insulation
stretch inner cuffs
soft tricot chin patch at inner storm flap
adjustable cuffs with velcro closures
drawcoard closure system at bottom hem
ergonomic hood system with moulded peak
recycled nylon linings, snaps, and stoppers
NS was gracious enough to hook me up with this dope coat. Unfortunately I didn't get to wear it as much as I would have liked but I must say this coat is ballin'! The anorak style pullover is great and I loved the very basic yet fresh design of the jacket.
In terms of warmth, I had no issue with staying cozy. Due to the jacket being a shell, I layered on top of my Ninja Suit with a Patagonia Nanopuff half-zip and then the coat. This combination along was enough to keep me out during the extremely frigid temps that Wisconsin experienced last winter.
The jacket fits more traditional (I had an XL and it came just above mid thigh; 6'2 for reference) but I believe a XXL would allow for a more "hoodrich white suburban rich kid" look that some people look for. Personally I prefer a baggier cut since it allows me more room for movement but I had no restrictions spinning out of rails or any other time a jackets fit could inhibit movement when it matters.
All in all, i would give this coat a 9/10. My only gripes are that I wish it was a tad longer in the XL and I had gotten it in black. ;)
Also, here are the specs from Eira's website:
-10,000MM WATERPROOF WITH DWR COATING
-10,000G/M2/24 HR BREATHABILITY TAPED CONSTRUCTION AT ALL MAJOR SEAMS FULLY VENTED, MESH LINED HEAVY DUTY YKK DELRIN OR WATERPROOF ZIPS
I have mixed feelings about this coat. At first I wasn't a fan of the style but it definitely grew on me. It was also great in terms of water/windproofing.
I wasn't a fan of the pullover style though. This is definitely a spring coat so your going to be wearing it on hotter days when hiking a rail/line gets pretty sweaty. The fact that you can't open it up for the walk meant I ended up getting pretty damp.
Awesome for chill spring laps but not ideal for anything that's going to get your heart rate going.