My husband isn’t exactly what you’d call a fashion plate. If it were up to him, he’d probably spend his entire life in sweatpants and a t-shirt. I do my very best to see that he cleans up a bit when we go out. Thankfully, he’s completely open to me re-doing his style or lack of whenever I feel the urge. He has desperately needed a new light weight jacket for quite some. He’s been wearing a hoody sweatshirt which has definitely seen better days. When I look for a jacket for him, I want something that’s both comfortable and functional.
Men’s J. Tree Hoody from Sierra Designs
I recently received a men’s J. Tree Hoody from Sierra Designs that I am very impressed with. The J. Tree Hoody is a lightweight jacket that’s ideal for spring or fall. It has a casual look and feel which is ideal for my husband because he doesn’t enjoy things that are fitted or uncomfortably tight. The jacket is nice and roomy and you could easily wear a sweater or sweatshirt underneath it. The jacket has two Flap Pockets and two Hand Pockets. It has exposed metal tooth zippers which gives the jacket a sort of vintage look that my husband really likes the look of. It has an attached hood so it cannot get lost. Yes, that actually happens in this house. The cuffs on the jacket are adjustable which is perfect for my husband who doesn’t like things that are tight or confining. The jacket is lightweight and is made of Era-60 fabric so it’s waterproof.
If you’re looking for a lightweight jacket for the man in your life, this is definitely it. The jacket is very well made and will last him for years. The J. Tree Hoody from Sierra Designs is available in small, medium, large, extra large, and 2 extra large. We received the extra large and found it to be true to size. The jacket is available in black, ranger and latte. It can be purchased online or from REI. The suggested retail price is $139. If you purchase online, it qualifies for free ground shipping.
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