Rated 5 out of 5 by mommyx3 Great product
Last year my older son got one and this year my youngest did. They hold up well through lots of washings, are super cute and the boys say it keeps them very warm!
November 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by MatildaJane great coat
This coat was purchased for my son last winter and it will last at last 2 winters.
comfortable and warm
November 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Janesusan Great jacket!
We bought this jacket for our Grandson. It fits very well and the color is great. Our Grandson said this was the best jacket he has ever had and he will take care of it so he can pass it down to his younger brother.
November 11, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by AlliM Right-side handwarmer pocket is useless
This would be a great jacket if one critical design flaw were addressed: the cool angled graphic cuts down the size of the right handwarmer pocket. My 5-year-old could barely wriggle his bare hand into the pocket. The left side pocket (unimpeded by the graphic) is fine. He really liked the jacket's style, and I liked all of the other features, but we agreed that we need to return it and get something that has two workable handwarmer pockets.
October 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Maloneshopper Excellent Jacket
My son uses this jacket only for skiing. He loves the way it fits, and it gives him plenty of warmth, while at the same time gives him lots of movement flexibility. All seams are well sewn together, so he will probably outgrow it long before there's any real wear and tear on this. I love that all LLBean jackets have the reflective triangle on the back.
February 26, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by RockyMountainWoman Boys' sizes seem off...
We bought the mogul jumper for our littlest guy the last two years. He wore the size 5/6 and then the size 7 and everything fit fine. I like that it has a powder skirt, removable hood, and has maneuverability in the arms since he does use it for skiing. This year he needed the first boys' size, an 8. The forearms are really tighter and the darn thumbhole cuffs are so much longer that he can't pull his gloves all the way up because of all the excess bulk. Also the powder skirt seems to be a bit too high. I don't know if these changes are from the redesign of the jacket this year or if it is a result of the switch from little boy to big boy sizes. If I can find a better fitting ski jacket I'll be returning this. Otherwise I will be cutting out the thumbhole cuffs and not buying the mogul jumper again.
February 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by 031Nena Waterproof and warm coat
My son love his winter coat keep warm yes I recommend ppl get coat like this going buy other one for my godson
February 5, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by JPLB Jumper Jacket
Great colors and quality. The jacket was the right fit for my son (too perfect); however I returned the item and purchased a larger size since he is only 13 yrs old and growing by the minute :)
Will recommend this item!
January 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by vanatic Comfortable, Warm and Versatile!
I bought this jacket (in Red) for my son in preparation for a ski trip to Sunday River, ME. By the time we arrived, daytime high temperatures were hovering around ZERO degrees, before factoring in the wind chill. In short, we skiied in twenty-below temperatures. My son never complained ONCE! He was warm and the jacket allowed him plenty of flexibility for attacking the trails.
The coat itself is well constructed, it replaced an LL Bean winter coat that I purchased for my son three years ago, one which was still in "like new" condition, but which he had outgrown.
January 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by lumberjohn Will keep him warm
I bought this coat, size 10-12 for my 9-1/2 year old son. It fits well and is sufficiently roomy he can wear a vest or hoodie under it yet not so big he is buried in it. He should get 3-4 winters out of it. It is well made and very warm with features that will keep snow and drafts out. The hood is lined and warm and detaches, which is nice. My son loves it. the only draw back is the pockets are kind of small. Not so small he can't get his hands in but small enough that he'd have to take his gloves off to do so.
January 7, 2014