Fila Puffer Jackets for Men & Women

Today at Sport.Woot, instead of one thing in the daily deal spot, we’re giving you ALL THE FILA PUFFER JACKETS AND MOAR FILA PUFFER JACKETS!!

And since it’s a special kinda sale, we thought it needed a special kinda discussion place that you can find here.

Fila Puffer Jackets for Men & Women

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Fila Puffer Jackets for Men & Women
Price: $29.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Friday, Jan 23 to Monday, Jan 26) + transit
Condition: New

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12/12/2014 - $29.99 - Click To See Discussion (35 comments)

Anyone know what the sizing is like?

Fila Jacket Page including Puffers
Polyester (H.R. Pufnstuf) from Wikipedia

Anyone know if there any inside pockets ?

They run small. A men’s XL would normally fit me comfortably, but the one I ordered last time these were sold barely fits.

I would not recommend these jackets. They are flimsy, cheaply made, and not worth $30, let alone the ridiculous $120 MSRP.

No inside pockets. Think windbreaker with a little bit of fill and you’ll get an idea of this jacket.

Got it last time it was offered. Worn 6-8 times. I am size L and bought L which fits fine. Quite warm. Downsides:

  1. Fill in the collar moved all the way in the corners where the zipper is. I because it was hanging on a hook all the time.
  2. Maybe it is me, but the collar looks quite dirty on the inside, I didn’t expect that so soon.
  3. The pockets are quite shallow and don’t have zippers, I keep checking if my wallet fell out or not.
    It cost me $30 ttl, I guess it is worth that much, but not much more.

I bought a 2XL while normally I buy an XL. It fits fine.

Or I’m getting fat.

I am VERY happy with mine, and I am wearing it in MN.

I like that it is very lightweight and keeps me as warm as a much heavier coat I wear. Also comfortable in the car, as it is quite flexible, not stiff fabric.

Washes easily as dries well.

Do not let you cat claw on it. They may try to sleep on one if left on a couch, etc. They like comfy, no matter what!

Buy one size larger than usual.

John, or anyone else who bought the last time it was offered: Some complained that the pockets were very shallow and things fell out. Are you finding that to be the case?

Pockets are shallow, and there are only the two front ones. No zippers, snaps, or other closures on pockets.

Anywhere they could cut corners in the making of this jacket, they did.

Bought two of these when Woot offered them for sale late last year. Here are a few thoughts:

  1. Rifle green is more toward the olive end of the green spectrum, not the forest green end. It’s not a bad color and in fact I prefer it.

  2. Ebony is not. It’s sort of a dark steel grey. It is NOT black.

  3. Pockets are, like others have stated, very shallow and do not zip or snap closed. My car keys stay in fine, but I have difficulty keeping my Galaxy S4 phone in a pocket.

  4. NO inside pockets. At all. This is a major drawback, in my opinion.

  5. Fill is a bit thin, but like others have said, you should treat it like an especially warm windbreaker. If you walk for exercise, this is a great jacket for milder (i.e., 40 to 50 degrees F) days.

  6. Fit seemed true to size to me. I wear a men’s medium in most shirts/jackets so that’s what I ordered. It fits well over both t-shirts and sweaters.

  7. Because they are so thin, they pack down pretty small, so I’ll probably keep the ebony one in my camping gear as an “oh crap, it’s cold this morning, I need a jacket!” jacket.

Editing to add: if you want a good, warm, waterproof, puffy down jacket? This ISN’T it. If you want something cheap that you can bang up, do physical work outside and get muddy in, and not be out any real money when it dies? This is definitely your jacket.

I would cosign this message. Wore it for about 5 days before it developed a slice in it and the stuffing started spilling out.

Is it waterproof? In not-so-sunny Seattle I need a coat that is totally waterproof.

Nope. Not waterproof. Mine go through a light drizzle just fine. But real rain? Not a chance.

I only carry keys in my pockets, so I don’t know for sure. Things could fall our if you drape it over a chair.