I needed a lightweight rain jacket/windbreaker (I live in Atlanta), and loved the look of this, so I ordered myself a Large. (I usually fall in the medium-large range for clothes.)
As others have mentioned, it runs short in length, but I'm much more satisfied with that than I thought I would be. It hasn't been a problem. It's also a pullover (I'm used to zip-up jackets), but that also hasn't been a problem for me.
I absolutely adore the look of it, and nobody familiar with it would ever guess it was themed after a popular D&D show. But fellow Critters might recognize it, and that's always a plus.
It's fairly thin, which is exactly what I was looking for, so I can wear it during summer rains. If it's colder, I can always add a layer or two underneath.
The short length of it has an unexpected bonus -- the pockets sit relatively high compared to most jackets, and it's in a much more comfortable position for me if I rest my hands in there (which I tend to do). The hand pockets are relatively shallow, which might be a problem if it weren't for the great pouch in front. So I can put anything in carrying in the pouch, and it'll be much safer than most pockets anyway. The pockets are only for my hands, which works great for me.
Everything considered, I love this windbreaker even more than I expected. One of the best jackets I've ever owned!
The only issue really is size. Get 1 size up and enjoy. I wear larger but XL fit like it normally does. Other than that it's pretty great.
I really love the design of the jacket and I love how wearable it is on a day to day basis. I would have loved if the top pouch was a zipper rather than Velcro but other than that this windbreaker is amazing!
It’s comfy, yes get a size bigger and enjoy
Surperb item of legendary Icon that withstands the nasty weather thats known to be present at the Great Plains of Oklahoma. The horrible rain, and the ever blowing winds are met with the warmth this jacket provides.