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Bring back the true meaning.
Travel back to a simpler time where flannels and beards represented true mountain men instead of a popular trend. To feel like that man who lives with more trees than people, wear the Hippy Tree Men's Pilsner Jacket. The deep forest green is made from durable cotton and the lining is made with a polyester blend, which gives you warmth and flexibility while you go hunting or chop down some lumber. For keeping your duck call and manly cigar close by, this jacket features two chest and front pockets, as well as an internal chest pocket.
- Cotton body
- Polyester and cotton lining
- Regular fit, hip length
- Internal chest, external chest, and front pockets
- Q & A
It looks cool. That much is true
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: Large
If I was judging it just on looks it would be a keeper. But I personally like jackets with a more stretchy feeling. Although it fits nice when walking I felt a little hampered when raising my arms. Keep in mind I only used it for a few hours. Perhaps after a wash it could loosen. One thing I'm sure about is that I don't like the buttons. They're big and metallic which looks cool but don't easily unhook. I took a picture. The jacket is a dark blue despite my camera making it look light. The size chart recommended a Medium. I bought Med and L and feel Large was a better fit. On a final note I returned it since I don't see this being my go to jacket. It is too expensive to only use casually.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: XL
This jacket feels great and is perfect to wear for mild weather this time of year. The lining in the sleeves makes it easy to slide over a long sleeve shirt without bunching up which is great, and the nice heavy weight material definitely adds some nice protection from the cold/wind when your shirt/flannel don't quite cut it. The look is pretty classic, and the corduroy on the collar and pocket are a nice touch to make it interesting.
If you like the looks of it I would definitely recommend it.
Perfect for the city and out for a hike
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Medium
I've had this coat for 2 and a half months now and I wear it probably every 4 times a week, and it has yet to show any wear and tear. It's multiple pockets make it great for just walking around town or jumping in the car to head up some canyons. It has a very soft silk-like liner that keeps me toasty warm, and is surprisingly wind-resistant. I tossed some DWR on it to make it a bit more waterproof, since sometimes hiking in the snow it can get get some water on it, and ever since it's been my go to hiking coat.
With hiking I've actually used it for scrambling over rocks and boulders, through the forest, and actually under a waterfall or two. Through everything it's kept me nice and warm, though if it's going to be windy out i'll toss a thin puffy underneath to keep warm and block the wind. All in all my favorite overshirt/jacket, and I highly suggest it to anyone.