There's only one review there and it's been there since I last posted this. I bought the non-hoody version for boyf and must admit it was thinner than I thought it'd be (that's also rated as Super lightweight 90/10 600+ Fill Power). Boyf was really pleased with his and has worn it ever since he received it. Edit: There's more reviews here (on Saltrock, £50 from there) if you need other points of view.
Very poor reviews.
Polar Down? is this down from a polar bear?
Posted 12th Jan 2019Posted 12th Jan 2019
Surfanic Mens Flex Down Jacket, DWR Coating. Black, Olive, Khaki, Sizes S-2XL, (+£2.99 2nd Class Royal Mail P&P) £36.73 With Code @ Surfanic£36.73
Boyf is really happy with his (gave the Khaki variety to him as an early Valentine's). Though, for me, out of the packet, I thought the down filling was quite thin. He did say he reckons down jackets aren't supposed to be waterproof but I have no idea. He loves the chest pocket as well. Seems well-made and still well worth the price, I'd say.
Oh please, get lost.
I think I'm more qualified to speak for him. No, he has manners.
That's correct hence my comment about what you intend using it for.
My dad's a teacher :) but there's no way he would behave that way online.
Posted 4th Jan 2019Posted 4th Jan 2019
Surfanic Mens Flex Down Jacket (£2.99P&P) £39.99 @ Surfanic£39.99£109.9964% off
I've been looking for a decent Down jacket came across this online. Looks decent with a 2 year guarantee all sizes available in black don't know about the other colors. I'm also lo… Read more
Ha. ha death wobble, I get that with a bag I've got (not this one) I wondered what the term for it was :)
Got this last time it was on a deal and have used it a fair bit. For those interested here is my 2p: Pros - Large capacity, layout is good (split into 2 halves with zip mesh separating the two), lightweight, looks good (sporty), fabric (so collapses down a fair bit, as opposed to a hard case). Useful side pockets. Cons - After only 2 long haul trips (with ~20KG luggage in) the stitching started coming loose at certain points due to lifting the bag with the handle. Several trips later Ive had to gaffer the sh*t out of it to keep it from falling apart which isnt ideal from only a few trips. I would have simply stitched it but a few more trips have left scrapes that stitches cant mend. This damage was all happened from the conveyer belts etc (rather than me abusing the bag!). Also, a minor niggle, but I find the wheels too close together so it often gets that annoying death wobble when pulling it by its extendable handle much more than any other bag I use. I really wanted to love (and recommend) this bag but its just OK, even for £50. Not voted either way as Im sure someone on here will buy it and love it.