I got this jacket in early November, and thought it'd be perfect for a damp, cool Pacific Northwest winter. I ended up returning it a week after I bought it.I was totally enamored when I got it--the fleece interior is very soft and very warm, while the softshell exterior is tightly woven and very windproof. I wore it with only a t-shirt underneath in 20-degree temperatures and was comfortably warm on a short walk. However, the fit of the jacket is very weird. I'm 6'2, 190 lbs, and normally wear a large in just about every brand. This jacket fits very tight--the sleeves were the perfect length and the body fit closely. However, the softshell material has next to no stretch, which combined with a tight fit in the shoulders and arms made it difficult to extend my arms. If the fabric had any give to it, it'd be comfortable, but as-is, it's like wearing skinny jeans on your arms. Forget about wearing anything other than a t-shirt underneath, which means it's no good as a ski jacket and useless in anything under about 30 degrees. The solution? Get a fleece and a softshell separately. This jacket tries to combine the two into one, which is pretty much a marketing ploy. There's a reason that the idea of layering has been around forever. It works. You'll save some dough and have two versatile pieces instead of a less-useful hybrid.