Packers Delight in ExOfficio Women’s Storm Logic Lightweight Jacket
Having had my luggage lost in Chicago before a speaking engagement, my motto is now “carry-on, carry on!” And so it goes with jackets. I wear or carry on my jacket on the airplane or in the car when I travel. The reason behind this logic is two-fold: As I never know what the temperature will be on an airplane, I carry a jacket to mitigate the risk of being cold during the flight and 2: the ExOfficio Storm Logic Jacket was actually designed to keep a body warm and to serve double duty as a travel pillow via a built-in stuff sack. How clever is that?
ExOfficio Napa Valley Travel
I had the pleasure of wearing the ExOfficio Storm Logic Jacket recently in Napa Valley. While it wasn’t exactly storming in St. Helena, it was raining and the ExOfficio Storm Logic Jacket kept me warm and dry. I’ll be taking this jacket with me to Darby, Montana on an endurance horseback ride. Stay tuned.
ExOfficio and Montana Snow
The Storm Logic Jacket performed like a pro in Missoula, Montana’s winter weather. I rode horseback in the snow for several days with my ExOfficio Storm Logic Jacket worn underneath a Western Duster. The Storm Logic Jacket proved to be lightweight and thermal, keeping me warm and dry in the Montana Rockies.
ExOfficio Storm Logic Jacket Design Features
- Lightweight and packable means this jacket will become your go-to travel clothing
- Thermal to keep you warm against the elements
- Wind resistant clothing
- Water resistant to keep you and your clothing dry
- Quick dry clothing ensures comfort
- High warmth-to-weight ratio keeps you warm without weighing you or your pack down
- This travel jacket is engineered for warmth performance with Primaloft insulation in the body and sleeves
- A packable, highly compressible jacket that quickly and easily converts into a soft travel pillow via a built-in stuff sack
- Dedicated travel pockets for glasses, passport, tickets, and cell phone, plus key clip
- Shell is a made of a mini rip-stop fabric that’s featherweight
- Versatile, slightly shaped zip front jacket features a soft tricot-lined collar and chin guard
- Wind resistant and treated with an ExOfficio durable water resistant finish
- Security zip pocket
- Zippered front hand warmer pockets lined with soft brushed tricot
- Bungee cinch at hem comfortably seals warmth in to fit around you
- 1.5 inch back tail drop for extra coverage
- 100g of Primaloft in the chest and 60g in the arms
- Colors: black, deep lapis, light jade, wine
If You Go:
Pack the ExOfficio Women’s Storm Logic Jacket. Priced at $150. the Storm Logic Jacket was designed for those who prefer to travel light.
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