Brooks Running Women's Nightlife Jacket III. The ultimate in weather protection. New design features like articulated sleeves, underarm stretch woven fabric, and drop-down reflective flaps add even more clout to this water and windproof superstar. There is a drawstring at the waist, and the back shoulder yoke is vented for extra breathability. Also has two inside pockets and elbow ruching for greater ease of movement.
Climate: 40 to 65
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Posted by Vicki on Dec 24th 2013
Just took this jacket for a 40-minute run in a Buffalo-area rain/ice storm, and it was water-resistant the whole time. I did size up for layering, as others have recommended. The design is great, with the vented back for cooling. I looked all over for this jacket in green, not being a yellow or pink person, and love the color. So glad I was able to find the perfect jacket: water- & wind-resistant, neon-bright, reflective, lightweight, and in a color that I don't hate!
Posted by Ashley on Mar 16th 2013
I agree with other reviewers that the jacket is on the thin side. I don't mind layering and haven't had trouble staying warm yet though. The thumb loops are great and the length of the arms and torso are also good. The jacket is a bit small in the chest/back area. I usually wear a small in most everything and had to exchange the jacket for a size medium. Even then, its a pretty slim cut across the chest. And I don't have much of a chest to speak of! Since daylight savings has kicked in, I feel much safer wearing this for my pre-6am runs.
Posted by Unknown on Nov 25th 2012
I got this jacket for my bike to work commute. Highly visible. I did not give it 5 stars as I thought it was a warmer jacket. It is very thin and I do have to layer it over my regular winter jacket for cold weather riding. Does repel water in light rain and is a great windbreaker. Love the thumb loops. It could use a hidden hood as an option. It is true to size. I am tall with long arms and even with layering it is comfortable.