Despacho gratis por compras sobre $49.990 / Cambios disponibles en tiendas UA.
CINTURA: Mide alrededor de tu cintura natural, exactamente arriba de tus caderas. Ten cuidado de no apretar demasiado para que tengas un poco de espacio.
Tipo segunda piel que te cubre y te hace sentir más fuerte
Se mantiene pegado a la piel para un ajuste aerodinámico sin la restricción de la compresión.
Un corte complete y más generoso para mayor libertad de movimiento y un ajuste relajado.
Debes iniciar sesión para poder compartir por correo electrónico.
Esta es la capa en la que todo atleta confía cuando el termómetro baja. ColdGear® elimina la necesidad de usar equipos pesados y voluminosos durante el clima frío.
Un sistema de niveles de agua y protección contra el viento que te mantiene seco en cualquier situación de tiempo húmedo. UA Storm1: Resistente al Agua UA Storm2: Altamente Resistente al Agua y a Prueba de Viento UA Storm3: Impermeable y a Prueba de Viento
Great fit, loose but not too baggy which allows for free movement. The color is definitely lighter than what was shown online. I was hoping for the darker color but its not a deal breaker. I really like all the pockets/ storage. Overall a really nice jacket, i would recommend it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Jacket is very lightweight and very soft/warm on the inside. Pockets are great although the two chest pockets could be a little bigger. Sleeves are a touch long and the neoprene cuff is a great idea but it a little loose. I would of liked to have an adjustable cuff (velcro strap). The neck is just a touch snug but good for keeping out draft, similar to the hood, snug compared to any other hood you are use to but with good purpose, keeps out wind/draft etc. 6'4" 230, went with xl, xxl fit but was a bit baggy, would have preferred a slightly looser fitting xl but I am often between sizes with UA. Definitely recommend. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
This is a great jacket. Be advised, the color is not what the picture shows. It's a light army green with grey panels on the cuffs. I still like it though.
I'm a 6'0 female with long arms (6'5 wingspan). I got a 2xl for the sleeve length and I'm pleased.
I really like the cut of this jacket, since I am pretty broad shouldered at 6'2" and around 210 lbs there is not a huge flabby mid section you find in most XXL jackets. It also covers my arms completely and doesnt ride up my arm when I put my arms out in front of me. Very warm and I really enjoy the soft fleece lining, which was more breathable than I thought it would be. I have been in damp weather but I have not been poured on to really test the waterproofing. I have been in 40 degreee F range with just a T shirt and stayed warm. I am looking forward to bringing it snowboarding and testing in on the mountain. I am curious if it would work as a warm mid-layer under a hard shell in the snow also on a really cold day...
So far so good
Fit is as expected and consistent with other UA products. The Storm 2.0 works great, water just beads and falls off this hoody. It is nice and warm for those cooler days. The lining looks almost fur-like, which is somewhat odd for a mens garment. However the performance overpowers that one small drawback.
This is my second UA jacket i have ever owned. The First didnt work out for me and i ended up returning it. But alas i found an even better option with the bacca. Overall its a strong buy its softshell fabric is nice to the touch both inside and out. It does a good job at keeping me warm. Keeping in mind i bought this jacket to wear both in winter and summer. The only real cons to me of the Bacca. If you even want to call them cons are that i wish the UA logo and zippers had alittle more color to them separating them from the jacket itself. As i have seen on other UA jackets which is a nice touch. This wasnt really a con per say but the next remark is. Inside the bacca there are bungee cords inside the pockets. Which for me has turned out to be annoying and a feature i wish the UA team avoided. All said this is overall a strong line-up in the UA products. If you are looking for a jacket without the added bulk that will keep you warm and you can wear it in the summer and looks great both casually and dress up the bacca is a great option.
love the jacket...... nice and soft..... plus warm on the cold day's...... look's great plus the fit is perfect to..... hilgly recommend great jacket !!!!!!
I was looking to replace my Storm Poseidon hoodie which I've had for years and truly love. Sadly, a nasty bike accident took it out of commission. Overall this jacket is comparable and fairly satisfactory. The material feels durable, the lining is extremely comfortable, the overall cut is fantastic, and the four-way-stretch fabric really does let me feel mobile despite how close the jacket sits to my body. That said, it has a few glaring flaws that really bother me.
First and foremost the color is WAY off from what is pictured for the heather gray. The actual color is SUBSTANTIALLY lighter which was disappointing. That's a small enough thing on its own, but I hate when a product is misrepresented. I may have gone another direction had I known as I wanted a jacket that, if not black, was at least close.
Then there are a few more substantial problems that were immediately apparent. One is the sleeves. They tote that the jacket has "ColdGear® cuff inserts for a better fit". In the pictures it looks like the non-textured panels on the cuff are stretchy and keep the cuff in place. Nothing could be farther from the truth.
Unlike my last Storm hoodie which had neoprene cuffs. With the Bacca the sleeve fits loose even though I bought a small. While those panels do stretch the cut makes this laughably unnecessary. The ends of the sleeve easily slide over my palms without the panel needing to stretch. This is really annoying when I ride.
More annoying was their decision to move the elastic adjust for the hem's drawstring inside the main pockets. The pockets feel fuzzy, warm, and inviting. Except for the sharp plastic on the melted end of the bungie cord, the plastic "slide buckle" that is forever in your pocket distracting you, and even the stitching around where the drawstring comes through which has a noticeable corner. It ruins the feel of the pockets. I'm really baffled by this decision. Frankly, I hate it. If I decide to keep the jacket I'll likely rip the entire cord out so that I only have to deal with the terrible stitching ruining the feel of my pockets and not all the other junk.
Finally, the hood is incredibly snug and hugs the edges of my face in the front. It's less like the "hoodie" style hood I loved on my Poseidon and more in line with what I'd expect on proper rain gear. This is not a selling point, for me, and means I'll almost never use the hood which is an outright shame considering that was the main reason I went with this particular jacket.
I'm seriously considering exchanging it, if only I could find a better replacement for my beloved Poseidon. The Bacca is a great jacket, but these hidden "features" which I consider flaws mean it doesn't wear the way I'd like and they have given me serious buyer's remorse.