New British MTP Lightweight Goretex Jacket

New British MTP Lightweight Goretex Jacket

Product Ref: 03035.   Military Issue - New
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Q: what chest size is your Large jacket
A: The chest stated on the Large is 104cm. This is approximately 41 inches.
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Pretty Good.
I needed some new waterproofs for a physical outdoor job PDQ as my old ones had given up the ghost. The fact that the job required Physical exertion meant I wanted something lightweight as I'm a sweaty b*st*rd. This is ideal. The 'Pit Zips' are great. Rather than having to strip off your waterproofs when the rain stops. Or leave them on and sweat like a B*st*rd. Then have to put them back on when the rain starts again. Unzip the pit zips and the front. Ventilate. Carry on working. Rain starts again. Just zip everything up. Same with the Velcro cuff closures. Snag them up when it rains, un snag them when the rain stops. It won't keep you warm, but it's a rain shell. It's just meant to keep you dry. Just layer up fleeces underneath depending on the temperature. Ideal for British weather and sweaty b*st*rds working hard in it. There's no hood, but I wear a hat with a brim and a bandanna. In colder weather I'd add a snood or 'Buff'. Beware when zipping it up. It's one of those tiny zips, that you can catch the material of the zip cover in. The fleece on the collar is a bit shoddy as it's already gone bobbly after only 2 weeks. I spent 3 12 hour days working hard in the P*ss*ng rain and it kept me dry and comfortable. The sleeve pockets are next to useless and feel a bit strange. Size large is 180/100 I tried on a pal's old style desert pattern Gortex to try and get my size. His was 170/88. It was fine, but snug. My old Waterproof was an RN foul weather smock 180/104. That seemed rather large on me, but wearable.
Pros: Velcro cuff closure., Pit Zips., Lightweight & Packs up small.
Cons: You look like a d*ck wearing MTP, Sleeve pockets are weird., Be careful zipping it up., Collar fleece is shoddy.
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Neil in Wolves