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Hybrid Travel Jacket 3.8 5 84 86
not as pictured The jacket was shown with pants. They were both navy. However, when they arrived they did not match. They are very different shades of blue and would look ridiculous together. We had to return them and request black. March 2, 2015
I Like It Jacket fits good, true to size. It feels lightweight but comfortable. I've worn it mostly in warm to mild weather, and it is a good, casual selection. I've rolled it up and crammed it into my carry-on bag, then when I reached my destination I shook it out and put it right back on. Maybe not the best way to treat it, but that's what happened and it came out ok. The only negative: the lapels do not stay folded like in the picture. When jacket is unbuttoned, they fall open. The buttons on the front of the coat have a small, clear button on the inside as extra backing. However, they reflect light and on the Navy jacket that I have, they really show up. They should have been a dark navy color instead so they would be camouflaged against the material of the jacket. October 26, 2011
Great for travel; not a fashion statement The best that can be said for this jacket is that it is very good for travel and you won't stand out as a tourist--perhaps a Bosnian refugee, but not a tourist. You can wad it up in a ball, give it two shakes, and it's ready to hit the road again. The material is some kind of chemical mix with the advertised silky suede feel, but for the most part (for me) it was a handy vehicle for plenty of pockets; some of which had hidden zippers. It was just light enough for average outdoor temperature but did protect from the evening cool during the summer. After a 14-hour flight and you don't know what time it is (or even day), all I wanted was a secure place for my 'papers' that would get me through customs--coming and going. My travel jacket did a great job. This kind of jacket is a great alternative to a 'safari jacket' that advertises you as a tourist, ivory smuggler--or worse yet, a TV journalist. The "hidden" interior pull cord was never employed for a fit improvement, but I doubt it would have made much difference. This (let me repeat) is not a fashion statement--it's just a good summer weight jacket with lots of pockets and easy to maintain. Wash it up in the sink, hang it overnight, and it's all set. May 23, 2014
Great Travel Sports Jacket Needed a Sports Jacket for legal business out of country...fits the bill perfectly with absolutely no added weight in luggage! January 28, 2015
Not enough secure pockets Like all travel jackets (not only the ones from Travel Smith) this jacket doesn't have enough secure interior pockets. (In fact, it has only one - the others are not secure). When you travel as a family with two kids, you have four passports, four tickets, four boarding passes, etc., not to mention other documents, credit cards, cash. Also, the jacket arrived very, very wrinkled. I worked on it with my clothes steamer for at least half an hour, and it looks relatively decent now, but I wouldn't pack it in a suitcase. Actually, I bought it because I thought I could wear it on trips and then also, when we get there, to places like fine restaurants, concert halls, even the opera. I hope some day TravelSmith will invent a jacket that combines casual chic with practicality. I decided to keep this one, although it's not what I was expecting. March 17, 2012
Great Travel Jacket I bought the khaki jacket last year and wore it on a vacation trip to Ireland last summer. The jacket was extremely versatile, and I wore it everyday. First of all, the jacket can be dressed up or down. At night, when we went out to dinner, I added a tie. During the day I usually went tieless and wore the jacket with blue or green travel pants. It served very well as outer wear for a day of traveling in a car or bus. Second, the jacket can be worn comfortably in a range of temperatures. On warmer days, the jacket itself was enough. On colder days, I simply added a sweater and was perfectly comfortable. The jacket is fully lined, which helped keep out the cold. On the coldest day, I buttoned the top button to keep out the sharp Irish wind. Third, the jacket is rain resistant and served very well on rainy days along with a rain hat.. I found the various pockets useful for carrying all the stuff needed to travel. The left inner pocket with the zipper securely held my wallet and passport. The bottom left held my cell phone. Other pockets held my sun glasses and other material like tickets and receipts. I wore the jacket on the plane to and from Ireland, and did not have major problems with wrinkles. Hanging it up at night helped keep the jacket wrinkle free. While the jacket can be dressed up, it is not a dressy blazer. It is not tailored to fit the body, but it does have an inner draw string to cinch the waist of the jacket. That tended to slip, I found, and had to be constantly retightened. But for a basic travel jacket, I found this one excellent, and I recommend it to other travelers. I generally wear either a 44 or 46, depending on the manufacturer/designer. I am 6' and weigh 200 pounds The Large travel jacket fits me perfectly, including the sleeves.. January 8, 2015
An essential part of my travel wardrobe I own three of the Men's Hybrid Travel Jackets, one in Navy,one in Tan, and my most recent on in Olive. They are absoultely great for travel. My Navy version is the oldest and has done the most treveling to Europe, South America and most recently to China. As a reseracher I have worn them to make formal presentations at National and International meetings and to go to places where coat and tie are required. They a a very practical item that is easy to back or to waer on a plane. The Men's Hybrid Travel Jacket is an essential part of my travel wordrobe. I don't leave home with out one. October 4, 2011
Runs Very Large I ordered a Large Long, and at 6' 4" with wide shoulders and an athletic frame at 195 lbs. It could have been a winner - except for the extra material in the mid section width and sleeve length that hangs to mid-thumb. I feel safe in saying this jacket runs large. The jacket is a good concept for the money, even if it is a bit casual, just watch the sizing. A medium tall might have worked if there was such a thing. July 12, 2014
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