Women’s hunting clothing rarely fits me properly, especially tops: they’re usually too short in the arms and torso, and require constant and hopeless adjustment in the field. So when I tested out the Quivira jacket, it was almost a shock: hours had gone by and I hadn’t even noticed I was wearing it. It’s a perfect fit, has pockets in all the right places, and is warm enough to wear by itself while still allowing room underneath for additional layers. It’s a fuss-free jacket that fits well and gets the job done. I own the Bottomland pattern, which adds a great old-school feel to a technical jacket. The only gripe I have is the Banded “b” logo is embroidered in purple to distinguish women's gear from the men’s line. But at least it's not pink, and every other feature was perfect, so it still gets a pass.