For everyday wear in the chillier months, you can’t go wrong with the Windzip Popover—whether you’re layering it or throwing it over a t-shirt. The lightweight, water resistant jacket is inspired by the functionality of classic outdoor gear and infused with sturdy heritage details. It’s a down-alternative jacket with modern technical performance, and tried-and-true comfort you’ll swear by every day.
|Front Body Length||28||28¾||29½||30¼||31|
|Sleeve Length (Half Back to Wrist)||36¼||37||37¾||38½||39¼|
All measurements are in inches
Howdy! This is Ryan, one of the copywriters for Huckberry. To ensure y’all are getting the best fit for these killer new Relwen products, I tried ‘em on so I could give you a hands-on sizing recommendation. For starters, I’m 6’0” and weigh 175 lbs, and if you spotted me walking down the street, you’d probably say I have a lean, slightly athletic build. The medium fit me perfectly through the chest, shoulders, and waist, while the sleeves rested just at the start of my thumbs. Typically, I wear a medium for Patagonia and The North Face jackets, and found this piece fits similarly. Hope this helps!
There’s a certain familiarity to Relwen that reminds us of days spent paging through old Sears & Roebuck catalogs, lusting over lever-action rifles, brass compasses, and rugged outerwear. In a way, those things and more have shaped the modern Relwen collection, where classic Americana, a vintage hunting aesthetic, and modern technical upgrades all blend into perfectly considered menswear that will last you for years. They cut their teeth in the open country of the Midwest, and still roost in Columbus, Ohio today. The fields, farms, and hard-working spirit of America’s heartland give them their motto, “be lasting.” So every purposeful seam, pocket and cuff stays true to what drew us to them in the first place: a perfect balance between the heritage of the past and the thoughtful technical details of the future.