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    Default Costco Softshell Jacket $25!?!?

    I was at my local Costco yesterday and saw Kirkland Softshell Jackets, in brown, grey, and black. It felt like quality material, so I picked one up. It's way too hot and humid to try yet, but I have high hopes for it.

    Anyone else get one of these?

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    I don't have one but I have a costco nearby. Can you put up a pic so I know which one it is when I head there tomorrow? Thanks for sharing,

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    pix please!

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    kirklandsoftshell.jpg Here is a quick shot of the jacket. This one is "olive".

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    I should add, two hand warmer pockets, a sleeve pocket, a breast pocket, an inside pocket, but no hood.

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    Would it make a nice lightweight mid layer?, thanks for the post.

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    I plant on using it as my outermost layer, since it's waterproof.

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    That's a nice looking jacket for the money. Wish we had a costco around here. Hell, I wish we had a grocery store around here.

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    I bought one 2 years ago. It's nice as an outer in town. I use it as a mid layer when outdoors too. Great for when you are more active or your outer layer soaks through....
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