DryDown Jacket Size Guide
Good jacket fits good and nice material and warm
My husband absolutely loves it. He normally wears a XL but we had to go up to a XXL . So soft and warm
Best Jacket ever
I really really like this jacket. Sat in a tree stand for around seven hours in 45 degree weather. Not exactly extreme cold but not moving will make it seem colder. I was nice and toasty warm! Even wore it on the reverse side later that night for dinner. If you’re thinking about getting one, do it!
This jacket provides warmth and comfort with a tactical exterior, and has a reversible practical interior for those cold nights when you paint the town red.
Daniel at DuckCamp solved my small issue after ordering and the jacket is warm! If you want a good product and to buy from a company that stands behind their product - this is for you
This jacket seems strangely cut. Quite narrow through the shoulders and upper arms. I am 5'7 and 155 lbs and a medium leaves very little room for an under layer. Fabric cuffs would be a nice addition.
Jacket is well made and very light. Will know more after I see how it works in a duck blind. I'm wondering if it will be too tight to swing a shotgun. We'll see
Thanks for taking the time to leave a review. I apologize that the jacket did not fit as expected. Our DryDown Jackets run a little small in shoulders, so we usually recommend sizing up. I wanted to let you know that we do offer free returns and exchanges, if you would like to swap it for the next size up to get a proper fit. This can be set up at returns.duckcamp.com. If you have any other questions or concerns, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All the best,
Daniel + Team
Looks good and well made. Snug in the arms which makes layering difficult. Could be roomier. Otherwise excellent.
Great quality and very comfortable. If it’s like any of the other duck camp stuff I own it will last and keep me plenty warm. Highly recommend. Love having 2 styles in one jacket at the same quality
Bought one last year for myself, bought one this year for my wife.