The Stuffa Jacket is actually a vest. This vest has a classic/old school down vest styling. To the untrained eye, one might think it to be a simple vest just like the thousands we see on people all the time. However, lurking beneath the surface of this seemingly unassuming and “normal looking” vest, lies an ingenious design that rockets the Stuffa Jacket (vest) leaps and bounds ahead of all the competition. 12 large pockets line the inside of the Stuffa along both the left and right inside as well as along the inside back of the vest, not to mention the two nice zippered outer pockets. The Stuffa comes in black for both men and women and sizes small, medium, and large.
I recently brought the Stuffa with me on a trip to Australia, and I was able to simultaneously pack the following items into it: zip off pants, windbreaker, long- sleeved vented button up shirt, 2 T-shirts, 2 pairs of socks, 2 pairs underwear, my Scrubba Wash Bag (for washing clothes), sunglasses, iPhone, USB battery pack, iPhone cable, Satellite emergency beacon, Android tablet, paper maps, solar powered LED hat light, first aid kit, small water flask, headphones, and a partridge in a pear tree. Just kidding on the last one there.
Needless to say, you can definitely stuffa a lot of stuffa into the Stuffa. The internal pockets unfortunately have no way of fully closing. They do, however, have overlapping flaps that help keep your gear in place. Just make sure your expensive gadgets and/or other valuables are tucked all the way to the back of the pocket so they don’t fall out. If your pockets are overflowing with gear, another way to keep them from shifting and falling out is to zip up the vest. The other option is to keep your valuables in the outer zipper pockets. Having zippers, Velcro, buttons, or snaps on the inner side pockets would have been a nice addition to the Stuffa.
I found the Stuffa jacket to have superb build quality. It easily survived the rigors of a two-week camping trip. During which time it kept me nice and toasty warm on several cold nights. If you are shopping for a high quality vest and you like having plenty of pockets, then this is definitely the vest to get, especially if you like to travel light.
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