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Storm Logic® Jacket

Item no. 2071-2515
Women's Storm Logic® Jacket is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 23.
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Women's Storm Logic® Jacket


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Women's Storm Logic® Jacket

Product Description

Finally, a puffy jacket that is compressible and travel friendly. Unlike other bulky insulated jackets, the Storm Logic Jacket rolls up into a built-in stuff sack and transforms into a neck pillow or lumbar support. It also packs away easily so you have warmth wherever you roam. The Primaloft® Sport synthetic insulation keeps you toasty even if it gets wet, and the soft ripstop nylon is treated with a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) to protect against the elements. A fully featured internal Travel Pocket System keeps all your items organized, from glasses to passport.

High Warmth to Weight


Stain Resistant


Travel Pocket System

Water Resistant

Wind Resistant

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Technical Specs

  • Details

    • 100g Primaloft® synthetic insulation, 60g insulation underarm panel
    • Interior 7 Pocket Travel System
    • Two security zip hand pockets
    • Interior travel pillow pocket
    • Adjustable elastic cinch at waist
    • Treated with a Durable Water Repellent (DWR)
    • Elastic cuffs
    • Imported
  • Care Instructions

    Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, use non detergent soap recommended, rinse thoroughly, no bleach or fabric softeners, tumble dry low, iron low setting, do no dry clean
  • Fabric

    100% Polyester
  • Fit Description

  • Garment Weight

    16.5 oz

Product Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! I bought this for a trip to Iceland...I wanted to be "hands free" as much as possible and the pockets allow me to forgo carrying a purse, yet still carry money, credit cards, cell phone, sunglasses, passport etc... It's super warm and the fact that if zips into a neck pillow will be perfect on the five+ hour flight from Toronto. I have the hooded version of the same jacket and it is super warm and wind proof. It does run big...I have it in XS but I am definitely S.
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Favorite jackets of all time! I had an original Storm Logic Jacket that I bought several years ago and then unfortunately lost last year... Since it was one of my favorite jackets, I was looking forward to replacing it with the new model and it doesn't disappoint. I don't know how it's possible, but this jacket can keep me warm when it is pretty chilly out but also not be too warm if temps are mild, so it's my favorite go-to jacket. I am 5'3" with a petite-average build and the XS fits great for me. The material is soft and the height of the neck is high enough to keep you warm but not too high to get in the way. The quilted pattern adds a nice visual touch as well. This new model has a clear zippered pouch for your passport vs. a covered zipper area and I don't know yet whether I prefer this or not (makes the passport more visible for would-be thieves) but I have always loved the multiple labeled pouches for storing items b.c I am always carrying paperwork and odds and ends when I travel and this prevents them from getting lost. The travel pillow feature has worked great in the past on many trips (saves having to pack one more item) as well as on a recent trip with my new version. And one small touch that I've really liked (don't remember this in my old version?) is the unobtrusive outline of the continents/globe on the inside of the jacket... Not that I always use this for traveling, but I like maps so I think this is a cool, subtle feature. Overall, this is probably my favorite jacket I've ever owned (my sister recommended it to me and she loves hers as well) b.c of its versatility and am happy my replacement is still as great as my original :)
Date published: 2016-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! I had the exact same jacket for four years. Last year on the way home from FL, I left it somewhere. I was devastated. So, I got an other one. Love it! Great "hidey holes" for everything.
Date published: 2016-11-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Storm Logic Jacket Like it but was disappointed it did not come with a hood as the Storm Logic Coat did. Seems a bit tight around the hips
Date published: 2016-03-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from huge Really wanted to like this jacket, but the medium is enormous and the arms were michelin-man like. I don't think dropping a size will help. I bought the vest at the same time, and same problem. I'm 125 lb and 5'5", athletic build. If anything, I would take an extra small in both these items, but don't want to pay for all the shipping returns to find out. Bummer, as I waited all season for these items to go on sale, and have to re-start my search.
Date published: 2016-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Logic Jacket This jacket is so lightweight and comfortable I am wearing it every day when I am in VT... It might not work when it is bitter cold. So many pockets...
Date published: 2016-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Handy jacket for travel I love everything about this jacket with two small tweeks. It could be a little looser in fit and a little longer. Otherwise, I like it.
Date published: 2015-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's so visual Okay, there are all these pockets inside and you don't need to be able to read to figure out that your lipstick goes in the slot with the mouth tab or that the glasses tab is probably where your shades go...and on and on. But then you see the band around the center back and lift up that tab and there's that zipper and a tab that says "snooze' so you unzip the thing, and then start stuffing the jacket (empty the pockets first) into itself and you then zip it back up and you have a fairly long tube with velcro tabs at each end. Snooze? Think pillow and wrap it around your neck, stick the velcros together and lean back; aaahhhhhh. Not to mention that all packed up like this, you don't have this fluffy jacket crammed under the seat in front of you slipping out during the flight; you're wearing that pillow. Try to remember to remove it to use the rest room; the other passengers might giggle. Oh, yes, in the wind you stay reasonably warm; the wind doesn't penetrate the fabric and stuffing when you are wearing it in jacket mode. Now if you only made it in a shade of cinnamon or orange....
Date published: 2015-01-31
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