Critical Role Quilted Puffer Jacket
sizing tip: for a relaxed fit, we recommend selecting the next size up from your normal shirt size
(please review our size chart above for referencing measurements)
Ward off the cool weather with the Critical Role Quilted Puffer Jacket! Styled to look great on every Critter, the sleek black jacket is lightweight with a high collar, elastic cuffed long sleeves, two side pockets, a front-breast zip-closure pocket next to the Critical Role logo, and a custom printed pattern inner lining featuring icons that represent Bells Hells, The Mighty Nein, and Vox Machina.
- Artist: Inner Lining Pattern - Grace Berríos (@lassflores)
- Liam O’Brien and Sam Riegel are wearing a size Large.
- Laura Bailey is wearing a size Small.
- Outer Jacket: 100% polyester, water repellent
- Lining: 100% polyester
- Filler: 100% polyester fiber (Wellon recycled type)
- Zip-closure: Silver metal hardware with rubber coated pull tab
- Style/Fit: Unisex, true to size
I’m 5’10” & weigh 150. Medium fits great. If you are any taller I might go with large as the bottom is higher than most coats like this.
Very comfortable, quite warm
Some of the lines for sewing are already coming out. I would like my 100 dollar product to not fray so easily.
I'm used to the plus sizes here fitting me and looking good, as long as I'm a little careful reading the size chart. I got this coat in a 6X having measured off my existing coat. And yeah, it fits..... just very very WEIRDLY. The forearms are HUGE, like nearly twice the size of what I need, with an absolutely absurd 5 inch diameter sleeve opening (I have very big hands and sturdy wrists, and even I only need ~3.5-4 in for a LOOSE sleeve). Despite the coat fitting perfectly around my chest and belly, the pockets gape no matter what I do, which is a problem because the part of the pocket between you and what's in your pocket is literally JUST LINING. Major draft weakness. It's actually just not a warm coat in general, but I realized that's probably because it was made for Cali winters, not, y'know, ACTUAL winters. Wore it out once in 20F weather layered with a hoodie and was still freezing. Wind went RIGHT through it.
In conclusion: not great for a plus-sized Coloradan. I am also 100% convinced that this coat design was not tried on an actual plus person in its max size before production.
Such a warm and comfortable jacket! Can easily be layered under another coat.