I've worn this jacket for the past few months around town, at the sporting clays range and while doing some work in the yard and it's held up pretty well, so far. It is very warm and lightweight and did a great job keeping me comfy at the sporting clays range on a 40 deg. F morning with just a long sleeve, cotton dress shirt underneath. The jacket is true to size but still has enough room to wear a sweater underneath for extra cold days. There are 2 interior pockets to hold shooting glasses or other small items. The nylon material used on the shoulders, lower sleeves and posterior of the jacket is durable and the jacket is a bit longer in the back, which helped to keep my hindquarters warm. It also moves well when mounting a shotgun and didn't restrict my movements. However, the nylon material used to cover the shoulder area is too slick and I had my shotgun slip off my shoulder on several occasions when I fired it, leaving a bruise on my bicep. The right collar tab where it contacts the zipper is very stiff and had an annoying habit of poking into my neck. If these 2 problems are corrected, this jacket would be perfect for upland hunting or sporting clays shooting on cold days. As it is now, I would probably wear a blaze orange hunting vest over it on cold days when quail hunting to ensure a proper gun mount.