Voyager 3-In-1 Jacket
Your go-to versatile travel jacket combines the style of a nylon/spandex blazer with the versatility of an insulating layer option thanks to the snap-in vest. Both blazer and vest are water-repellent and the blazer provides built-in sun protection. They can be worn together or alone.
- StormRepel® DWR finish on both blazer and vest sheds moisture
- FreeShade® UPF 50 sun protection in blazer
- Interior TripZip® pocket in blazer for travel documents
- 80 grams PrimaLoft® insulation in vest
- Stretch side panels on vest
- Secure zip pockets
- Average length, Reg: Blazer: 29.5": Vest: 27"
- Active: An athletic fit. Close to the body without restricting mobility. Designed to fit over baselayers and lightweight midlayers.
- Blazer: 94% nylon/6% spandex: Vest: 100% polyester
- Yes, I recommend this productwdsy | Verified userGenderHeightTypeActivityTravelProsConsFitness meter label is true to sizeFit:SmallLargeVery Nice BlazerApr 16, 2019
I have one of the blazers without the vest, and it works great for travel. So, I purchased this one with the vest for travel in colder weather. It fits well, looks stylish, and is very functional. I wear a size 40, ordered a 40, and it fits well. I would recommend this jacket.
- Bobrock | Verified userGenderHeightTypeActivityProsConsFitness meter label is true to sizeFit:SmallLargeGreat fit and a multipurpose coat for my busy life.Mar 13, 2019
- Yes, I recommend this productyankkle | Verified userGender MaleHeight 5'11"TypeActivityTravelProsConsFitness meter label is moderately largeFit:SmallLargeI LOVE this jacketJan 2, 2019
I owned the original traveler jacket, and bought this insulated one for a two week (dreary)european tour. This jacket is PERFECT for city touring...light enough to wear shopping etc, thin insulation is perfect for walking city streets. It was rainy/cloudy almost every day and this jacket kept me dry and comfortable. Most importantly its dressy enough to wear to dinner, it's not going to fool anyone into thinking this is a sportcoat, but it looks dressy enough to be appropriate just about anywhere. The sleeves are a tad long on me, and the material could be an ounce or two heavier, and should have an internal chest pocket. Pair this with the ascent pants and they're all you need for a touring wardrobe. Really, who takes the time to write a review about a JACKET?