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Men's Trekkin Insulated Shacket™

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OM4887

Summary

Part-jacket, part-shirt. The Shacket combines the look of and versatility of a shirt with the warmth of a lightweight synthetic insulation and a wind- and water-resistant shell.
$135.00
Style# 1458881
product.components.activity Backpacking / Hiking

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Features & Specs

  • Weight: - 12.4 oz. / 351 g. -
  • Good For: - Backpacking / Hiking -

Summary

Part-jacket, part-shirt. The Shacket combines the look of and versatility of a shirt with the warmth of a lightweight synthetic insulation and a wind- and water-resistant shell.

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Materials

  • Body Fabric: 30D Micro Taffeta
  • Body Fabric Content: 100% nylon
  • Insulation: Thermic Micro TK 60g

Measurements

Center Back Length: 29" / 74 cm
  • Apparel Fit: Relaxed
  • Weight: 12.4 oz. / 351 g.

    Details

  • Snap closure front
  • Two chest pockets to secure essentials
  • 60 gm insulation for lightweight to warmth ratio
  • DWR finish repels water
  • UPF 50

Reviews

Men's Trekkin Insulated Shacket™ 4.4 5 7 7
5½ Stars! I really like this…. shirt…er…jacket...Shacket! This is absolutely perfect for Seattle weather. Button it up and it’s very warm, wear it open and it’s just right for that 50° to 60° temperature range of which we see so much here. It sheds the mist and drizzle enough to keep you dry, although I haven’t worn it in any kind of steady rain yet. It’s very lightweight so it packs easily- just stuff it in your pack if you don’t need it. It’s now my springtime going-to-work jacket. SIZING: The sizing seems right; you just have to decide how you want it to fit and buy the size according to that. Since I bought it more as a light jacket I went with a Large. I’m 5’8” medium build and the fit is perfect as a jacket and maybe a little big as a shirt. The length is great if you’re carrying a concealed pistol although its light weight might cause it to blow open and expose your sidearm- if that worries you. I found the sleeves a little long but cuffed them back to a perfect fit. I won’t complain about the lack of pockets. Due to its very light weight I don’t think it would look right if you had your hands stuffed down in slash pocket- it would just stretch it tight around your neck. A cellphone in one of the top pockets can distort the fit a little because it’s so light. It is what it is, a shacket; so if you want a jacket with slash pockets for your hands, buy a jacket with slash pockets for your hands. April 17, 2014
Not a shirt not a jacket This is my second shacket. First one vanished, stolen, I suspect. Hope thief enjoys the extra insulation, wind and rain resistance and can get over lack of hand warming and inside pockets. It is a hybrid after all that combines the best features of a cool season jacket and shirt... can tuck it or not.. January 20, 2014
Just what I needed! Great shacket...It works great as a shirt or light jacket! November 24, 2013
Exactly as advertised Like everything I have ordered online, I read the reviews prior to ordering. Jacket is exactly as advertised. I use it under my fleece in the mornings here, which are usually around 35 degrees, windy, and it is perfect. I was a little weary at how thin it was at first but this jacket holds heat well. Very happy with comfort and fit as well. December 24, 2012
Love this shirt, but it's not a jacket. This is an excellent shirt. Some reviews complain that it lacks pockets, which is true, but I suspect if they just called it a shirt and not a shacket it wouldn't disappoint, because otherwise I love it and wear it all the time. I just put my wallet in the chest pocket, have to put my phone in my back pocket. Very stylish, nice fit, warm, etc. So high score overall, but middle score for functionality. November 28, 2012
Pretty Great Warm enough on its own for Chicago fall. It fits like a dress shirt or flannel, and fits well over a shirt. 5'8, suit size 38/39 and I ordered a small. I like the lack of pockets actually, it keeps this a shirt and eliminates the waist-bulk of insulated pockets. Fits well everywhere, not too tight when biking through the city. I'm a climber and it is fairly tight in the arms. Haven't had the chance to test it in the wild yet but as a midlayer or fall layer its pretty perfect. October 29, 2012
saw in Outside magazine When I saw the "Shacket" in Outside Mag I thought it would be great for my husband. The shipping took forever and missed his birthday and then the shacket was a very boxy fit. The biggest issue we had w this coat / shirt was the lack of pockets. There are 2 breast pockets (nobody would use) and none on the inside or outside. Anyone making a guys jacket knows how much guys like/need pockets. When I went to return the item I had to pay for shipping. Not cool! Overall this would be better if it had usable pockets and a slimmer fit October 26, 2012
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