Lightweight wool insulation makes the Wool Aire Sweater a powerfully warm, and comfortably insulating piece. With a lean semi-fit cut, this jacket works well alone or under a shell, it stays warm when wet and it packs down small to fit in a pack or to serve as a travel pillow.
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Warm wool insulated jacket
Reverse coil full zip Back length from top of shoulder=29 1/4" (size L) 70 g/m<sup>2</sup> wool insulation 7" hand-warmer pockets & 6" chest pocket Adjustable hem with cord lock system; elastic cuffs Interior mesh pocket that doubles as a stuff sack Garment Weight (oz): 15.04
I love this jacket but wish the size of it was consistent with other Ibex jackets and tops. At 6 feet, 188lbs I wear a large in all other ibex shirts and jackets. With a large in this jacket the sleeves were to short so I had to exchange it for an XL that is to Big. The zipper also take two hands to unzip which is a little bit of a pain. Still, this is an excellent jacket and you'll be hooked once
a poor quality zipper mars an otherwise stellar coat. I will soon be warranteeing my second coat in two years due to the zipper. the zipper also spelled the demise of my first one. great customer service department. I also have a go lite coat of similar weight with an absolutely bombproof zipper that's still going strong after 6 years. go lite! they who define themselves by their light products bu
My wife got me this jacket for Christmas. I'd asked for something light and warm thinking down or one of the synthetics.
I have to admit, I wasn't all that impressed when I opened it. A thin, non-puffy jacket and where was the wool? So, I left the tags on and took the dog for a walk that afternoon. I was comfortable, but it wasn't all that cold out being in the upper 30's. I did like the fac
This sweater jacket provides a comfortable alternative to a light shell or full winter jacket during the unpredictable temperature swings of the fall and spring in the Rocky Mountains. True to form, Ibex delivers a well designed and nicely crafted jacket that is comfortable and stylish.
This is a very versatile jacket that can be used for everyday running around, outdoor activities, and traveling. It's light and compact so is especially useful for travel. It's not the warmest in its class but that makes it better suited for layering which is how I tend to dress.
The more athletic fit is great for me. For reference, I'm 6' 170 lbs, 33" waist, 15.5 34/35 dress shirt. I can easily
Yup, it is a pricey piece of gear, but I really feel the value in this product warrants it. I just got it and the nomad hoodie for christmas and besides wearing it everywhere, I use it as an insulating layer in my layering system of a wool T, a light long sleeve (instead if cold enough, nomad hoodie, the wool aire sweater and if necessary, a waterproof shell. I've yet to find the bottom to this sy
Love this jacket. I am 6'2 and 190 lb and the large fits perfectly. Seems to be very wind resistant and warm enough for just a woolie underneath in 20 degree weather with some wind. Can't say enough good things about it.
This jacket is the perfect transition weather garment. It is lightweight, but very warm. It is water resistent and so it holds up to sprinkling rain. It has ALL the plusses of a lightweight down sweater without any of the main negatives (down compression, loss of insulating power when wet, etc.). This unit does not pack as tightly as down, but that is not really an issue. This was a very good purc
Purchased this in February and wore it in temps ranging from the teens to the 40's in Minnesota. Its' amazingly lightweight and comfortable. I'm surprised by the wind protection the Woolaire has. Just a great purchase. I didn't need to layer this jacket, but I'm sure it would perform well. Thanks for another great product, Ibex team.
I just received this jacket and it has instantly become my favorite jacket in my closet. It's warm and very light and the fit is great! After putting it on I almost forget that I have a jacket on, while everything else in my closet is significantly bulkier.
It also fits true to size. I'm 5'7" and 170 and can use it with a shirt/base underneath with no problems. Very nice fitting jacket.
This was my first Ibex purchase. Before it has always been Arcteryx or Patagonia, but this will not be my last. I tried the North Face Thermo Ball, and it fell apart almost immediately. I have worn the Ibex both as a layering piece and as an outer piece, and I could not be happier. After a season of almost constant wear it still looks new.
Don't mean to gush but, what's not to like? Fit is awesome, pockets are perfect, cuffs aren't too tight but don't let in wind or snow. It packs tights and washes easily. Dried overnight in our wood heated living room. Seriously, I'm trying to find a con but I can't. Most of my friends have the Pataguchi version. With the workouts we give them they smell like wet geese. I'm thinking a hoodie versio
I purchased this jacket for my husband as a Spring jacket. It kept him warm when winter held on, and he has worn it constantly since its arrival, even on cool summer nights. Although it looks great and washes well, it is its versatility that makes it stand out.
my favorite go-to jacket. Light weight, good arm movement, sufficient pockets. I"be had other down jackets, but none ever as comfortable as this one. Got it after a really cold spell, so can't be sure of it for low teens with wind. But from 20's up through low 50's, it is great.
Bought this as a gift for my husband - he's 6'3" and about 180lbs and the medium fits well aside from ever so slightly short sleeves (always an issue for him when the body and shoulders fit). It is very nice looking, lightweight and warm. The coffee color is rich and warm and I like the contrasting inner lining. Anyway, no complaints, though it is a little more expensive than similar products by o
I like the weight of this jacket and the fit is good, I am 6' and 220 lbs and the XL size is a bit tight in the shoulders but not too limiting. I wanted a jacket that I could wear under my shell and during those cool mornings cycling to work in upstate New York. The number of pockets works for me, and the hand pockets have great depth. I wish other colors were available (grey and green) but I wa
I use this jacket for standby warmth. It is in my go-bag. I have no problems with it except for the collar. I wish it had some felt or something so it didn't stick to my neck. I have to find a collared shirt to wear beneath it. I have the black color so the oils don't show so quickly, but the thin nylon shell without the neck lining is a sweat and oil sponge.
I live in the city and like jackets that are lightweight, warm, and compact. The weather changes quickly in Seoul, so the Wool Aire Sweater is a nice option to have. It is easy to sit down on the subway as the jacket isn't too bulky and cumbersome. If I get a little warm or the weather changes, it cools down nicely when unzipped or it is easy and light to stuff into my bag. Seoul is surrounded by
For a guy who is a walking Ibex billboard, this has become an instant favorite! I wear it like a sweater in the house. Fly fishing over a Woolie and Shaq. Layered under my winter jacket while walking the dog on a cold winter day. My only complaint is that the zipper is a bit flimsy and sometimes difficult to unzip. Also some of stitching seems to be fraying after only several months of heavy us
I looked at this jacket for a year before ordering and it was worth the wait. Very versitle and feels lighter than my Eddie Bauer down jacket. The only complaint I have is with the elastic at the wrist. Its tight and would prefer a velcro adjustable sleeve.
This jacket fits well (Size Large, for a slightly paunchy 5'-11, 200lb guy). I'd say it's just about as warm as my 200wt fleece--but weighs considerably less and packs much smaller. I wish it were a bit more wind resistant. I'm also afraid to wear it on trail projects in the woods because I think it will tear easily, so I haven't thrashed it or gotten it wet /sweaty yet. It's a pricy piece of gear, but really well made.
I received this as a Christmas gift and the first time I put it on, I knew it was a winner. This jacket out-performs any other lightweight jacket I've owned. It is versatile in that it remains comfortable from wearing it around the house in our drafty old house to walking the dogs in blustery, wet, high 30's weather--I am surprised how warm it is in those conditions. The fit is perfect. I am 5'-11