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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 7 February 2019
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I like this jacket, even though it's not something I would usually buy. The fit is good, although there isn't much room in the belly area. It's 100% manmade fibre, so nice and warm but with little breathability. It's one for the autumn and sunny winter days.

The studs are well made and work fine although a hidden zip would have been preferable. The pockets are decent and comfortable to walk in, my hands don't get too sweaty. The cuffs and bottom edge are elasticated but thankfully not too tight.

The overall design is nice and modern, but I don't know where the 'bomber jacket' comes in to it.

The main problem I have is the price, at forty pounds this is close to big name-brand territory. If you can get it for £30 or less then it's good buy and recommended.
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