Ok, well I have wanted a Denali for a while. When it went on sale for 99 bucks, I had no more excuses not to buy it. I got a black one.
The fast and free shipping rocks.
The Denali is toasty warm. Its a great stand alone jacket for most average conditions. Works fine in the damp and drizzle, up to light- moderate winds, into the 30s and 40s. That is as cold as San Antonio got with this week's Blue Norther. For more wet and windy conditions, I recommend a shell. That should kinda go without saying though for most fleece. Again the Polartec 300 is very warm. I have a 12 year old 300 Polartec from another company that has held up great, however the Denali's Classic 300 is twice as warm. The Denali looks great. I get a lot of compliments. People like to feel how warm it is. Some people are visibly jealous. Really the bottom line though is that I like it. :)
Pockets and the vent zips work very well too.
The Denali is warm, good looking, and made of a durable, reliable Polartec 300 weight fleece. I recommend it as a good investment for those who will appreciate what a good fleece jacket has to offer.
Thanks Back Country!