Windfoil® Thermal Trench Coat
- StormRepel DWR
- Secure Pocket
- Water Repellent
This stretch soft shell trench coat has a durable water-repellent finish that causes moisture to bead and roll off rather than soak into the polyester/spandex fabric. The interior is brushed for added softness and warmth.
Models shown are 5'9" to 5'11" tall, wearing size S/4, L/12, or XXL/18.
- StormRepel® DWR finish sheds moisture
- Adjustable hood
- Princess seams for a flattering fit
- Three secure zip pockets (one interior)
- Locker loop at center back for easy hanging
- Length, Reg Small: 33"
- Classic. A universal fit. Not too slim, not too relaxed on body. Designed to fit over midweight layers.
- 91% polyester/9% spandex
Wear it With
- Yes, I recommend this productRuthieGender FemaleHeight 5'4"Type RegularActivityHikingPros Comfort, Easy Care, Fit, Quality, VersatileConsNice fitOct 7, 2021
Very nice fitted lines which hug the body. I find a thin sweater underneath the fleece lined jacket is most comfortable . Warm in wet west coast fall temps. The best hood on a jacket I have ever owned. Stylish and the dual zipper feature makes it a good car coat. The length is about 4 inches above the knee and dips further in the back. The Sea pine colour is lovely..
- Yes, I recommend this productloyal EB customerGenderHeight 5'4"Type RegularActivityPros ComfortConsNice coat!Sep 27, 2021
comfortable, warm, light weight-- love the longer length w/ hood
- Yes, I recommend this productJenE!Gender FemaleHeight 5'3"Type PetiteActivityWear to WorkPros Comfort, Easy Care, Fit, Quality, VersatileConsLooks sharp, feels good.May 19, 2021
I got the XS, S, and M. I am 5'3" 125 lbs, pear-shape. The S fit perfectly because whatever went in the pockets then hung below the waist. The pockets run a bit low. With the XS, stuff in the pockets was then right at the level to get in the way of your seatbelt when you sitting in a car--too uncomfortable. M just too big, maybe because I'm smaller on top. Both black and smoke looked great, it was hard to decide. It's a long coat so I unzip from the bottom for ease of movement and also because it looks better, more Matrix, less bunched up trash bag. Ideally, the zip should just run from neck to hips because that's all I end up needing zipped up anyways, everyday, each time I wear it. But oh well, guess I have to unzip from the bottom every single time. If I needed coverage down there, they could've put in some snaps or buttons instead, for those occasional cold snaps. It was thinner than I expected, but the lining is oh so soft. I would say it's a nice fall/spring coat, but not a winter one.