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Stoic - Insulated Performance Top - Women's

Stoic Insulated Performance Top - Women's

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$22.99 - $28.99 Original price:$64.95
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Item #SICZ29O

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Tech Specs

Material:
100% polyester
Fit:
semi-fitted
Length:
hip
Hood:
fixed
Pockets:
2 zippered hand
Recommended Use:
skiing, snowboarding, backcountry touring, casual, hiking
Manufacturer Warranty:
limited lifetime

Insulated Performance Top

You're traveling at a quick pace, unhill and against the wind, but that wind has a bite. Since the Insulated Performance Top is only insulated at your core, it keeps the vital stuff warm without turning you into a sweaty mess, and it leaves your arms free to worry about that next kickturn.

  • A hybrid jacket for core warmth on the trail or skintrack
  • Synthetic fill delivers reliable wet-weather insulation
  • Strategically placed warmth won't restrict mobility or performance
  • Pop the hood for additional coverage against the cold
  • Secure pockets keep small snacks or trail maps closeby
  • Active fit works well as a midlayer

Good Jacket for the Price

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: M

I got this jacket on sale, and found that for about $30 it is a really good jacket. I bought a medium, which is my usual size, and there are some fit issues that probably would have pushed me to return it if I paid full price. I am 36 bust, 28 waist and 38 hip, so right in the middle of their recommended sizing for medium. The jacket fits, but it is surprisingly tight in the upper arm sleeve. Thankfully that material has a little stretch so it's not a big deal, but I have to make sure to wear a very thin base layer underneath the jacket or else it becomes too tight and restricts comfortable movement while running.

I've mainly used this as a layer for running and it has been great for that. I consider this an insulated base layer, it has replaced my half-zip and vest combo (over a t-shirt) that I turn to for runs in 20-40 degree weather (in Colorado for reference). Depending on how cold it is I have a down vest or a fleece vest, but this jacket has done really well at replacing both. I will say that I run hot, and I am usually the first person in the group to take off my layers during a run, so if that's not you, this may not be warm enough. (I am not bold, and never start cold)

The insulation on the chest and back is really cozy. While I've only been using it for cold weather running, I imagine this transitioning to a hiking jacket when spring arrives and the temperature finally gets above 45 degrees.

Cozy and Cute

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: L

Sleeve length is awesome - I'm 5'10" and sleeves are always too short, but not with this jacket! It fits well throughout, and is the perfect amount of warm.

Meh

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Size Bought: Xs

More like a shirt, the word jacket is misleading, it is not cozy, barely insulated. Did not do the job while running in 45 degrees with a thin base. A thicker layer underneath looks dumb since it's a slim fit... IT dif fit well as a sweater though, true to size, pretty color, got the burgandy.. xs. I am 113lbs. 5 feet tall.. it was overpriced at 38, which I paid for it..$20 would be a reasonable price..since I wore it running, I guess I'll keep it now but as a sweater for porch sitting.

Rad!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: XS

Just a note on the fit so it doesn't get buried in the rest of the review - this is a relatively slim fit; the sleeves especially are more like a stretchy athletic top than a jacket. I wear mine over a baselayer, but I don't think it would fit over another sweater the way some hybrid style jackets do. Anyways, with that out of the way – I'm such a fan of this! I just took it on a mountain bike ride during our first snow day, which is kind of the worst conditions for most jackets - cold, but not cold enough to justify a real puffy, and there was a lot of opportunity to overheat on the uphills. This really did an impressive job of keeping me warm when I needed it, without being too much. Seems like it'll be really versatile! Definitely worth a try if you need a light insulating layer that ventilates well.

Stoic

Women's Apparel
 XSSMLXL
Chest

32 - 32.8in

(81 - 83cm)

34.4 - 36.4in

(87 - 92.5cm)

36.5 - 38.8in

(92.5 - 98.5cm)

39.6 - 41.6in

(100.5 - 105.5cm)

42.8 - 44.8in

(108.5 - 114cm)

Sleeve Length

31in

(79cm)

31.6in

(80cm)

32.4in

(82cm)

33.6in

(85cm)

34.4in

(87cm)

Waist

24.8 - 25.2in

(63 - 64.5cm)

25.6 - 27.6in

(65 - 70cm)

27.6 - 29.6in

(70 - 75cm)

30.4 - 32.4in

(77 - 82cm)

33.6 - 35.6in

(85 - 90cm)

Hip

35.2 - 36in

(89 - 91cm)

36.6 - 37.6in

(93 - 95.5cm)

37.6 - 40.8in

(95.5 - 103.5cm)

40.8 - 43.6in

(103.5 - 110.5cm)

43.6 - 46.8in

(110 - 119cm)

Inseam (full length)

30in

(76cm)

30.4in

(77cm)

30.8in

(78cm)

30.8in

(78cm)

31.6in

(80cm)

Inseam (3/4 length)  

16in

(40.6cm)

16.5in

(41.9cm)

17in

(43.2cm)

17.5in

(44.5cm)

Garment Sizing:
Stoic gear refers to the size of the person for measurements, so take your own measurements to determine what size you should buy.
Sizing Notes:
The Women's cotton tees run small especially for larger busts. We suggest ordering a size up.
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Chest:
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
Waist:
Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Hip:
Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
Inseam:
Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.
Sleeve:
Measure from the center of your back to your wrist with arms held out.