city commuting, trailriding - winter and inclement weather. Minimalist overall, true to size (I am 186cm and wear a large.) Armpit vent holes built in so no fiddling with zippers but layer up in the cold for sure. Tail cinches up to look like a non cycling jacket no problem for those moments when your mud-free nethers need an audience. Not a slim fit at all, room for a 10l fanny pack under this thing. Your skinny jeans will look ridiculous but you can shoplift lots of beer, or wear several sweater-vests* at once. (*Arms are a bit tight, vegan bodybuilders only) Rain hood fits over bike and snowboard helmets but if you run a mounted light or GoPro the mount may make it tight against your breath hole. Reversible cuffs seem pointless - why would you want to conceal the reflective bits in the cuff when you can't conceal them elsewhere on the jacket? That extra Velcro should have gone on to the jacket sleeve for us skinny-wristed people. I am not seeing the extra length in the sleeves as claimed and my arms are within the average. A rollback cuff like with their pants would satisfy a larger variation of body types. No thumby holes please, I hate those things. As they are they bare the wrists a little over what I would like but only at full superman, which my physiotherapist does not recommend. Zippered side pockets sit higher than I am used to, so shoulder flexibility is required, good news is they aren't catching on corners when you are squeezing by. Zippered chest pocket(s?) I don't know why they used the plural in the description, there's only 1, and it is definitely not a stuff sack. You can't stuff the whole jacket in there (I tried) and even I you could it ain't zipping up as the zipper is only one sided. A reversible zipper, another 10 cm3 and they could have done it. Wear-point reinforcement for backpacks/shoulder bags would be a nice touch. only reason this jacket lost a star is the chest pocket. It's a 2-hand, 2-position job to get it closed.