Rated 5 out of 5 by TurnEarner Great Jacket - Active Fit NOT Relaxed
Love the jacket. Compared to other LL Bean outwerwear that I have it's more of their Active Fit, not "relaxed" as the customer service person told me. Well made and looks good, so 5 stars.
April 28, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by ILoveLLBeanJackets Great Fit, Practical and Stylish!
I own many L.L. Bean garments, most of which are jackets and coats. This is one of my new favorites. It fits like it was designed exclusively for me. The interior pocket is ideal for a wallet and the outer breast pocket is perfect for a telephone. I can add a thin sweater or sweat jacket under this jacket without it feeling to tight or bulky. I chose Dark Loden because I love green, but I also like the other color options. Thsi is an excellent product.
April 22, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by digr Pine Ridge Jacket
Good quality workmanship but poor fit for size. Back and shoulders are tight.
April 13, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by THan Pine ridge jacket
Love the style and fit of this jacket. Would have given it 5 stars if it had flannel lining. I don't think much about fleece. It looks warm, but add a little wind and there is no warmth there. The quality of the jacket is great, it just needs a better liner.
March 29, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by swimmer69cvm OK but needs some tailoring
Looked great on the model in the catalog, but when I tried it on, it fit like a bag. I have a slim build, and this coat has no tailoring at all. Good color and good construction. Just wish they made it in a slimmer fit. Had to send it back.
February 7, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Furioso Excellent transitional jacket
For years, I have been looking for a no-nonsense, nice-looking midweight jacket, not too light, not too heavy, for weather in the 30s and 40s, a surprisingly frustrating and difficult task. Finally, this is the jacket. It's light and comfortable and has just the right amount of fleece insulation. Not over-engineered, not underengineered. Just right. The body is fleece-lined. The zippered hand-warmer pockets are nylon-lined, as are the sleeves.
Sizing: I am 6', 200 pounds, and usually wear an LL Bean large, but in this jacket, the XL is the right size, particularly if you plan to layer. I could wear the large, but it was very fitted.
The Pine Ridge Jacket is a classic, timeless-looking jacket, made just so for those chilly days and nights when an unlined jacket won't cut it and a winter coat is overkill.
January 9, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by BeanMachine1 Awesome Jacket!
I just received this jacket for Xmas and I have been wearing it every day since. To work, after work, everywhere. It is really rugged, warm, and nice looking. It is my new favorite jacket. I have already received a few compliments. I am 6'2 190 and the large tall is a perfect fit.
December 30, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by HarrisonAR Bad fit
I originally ordered a large. When I tried it on it was more like an extra large. Talked to LL Bean and they told me that the jacket "does run large". So I returned the jacket and ordered an exchange for a medium. When I tried it on it was too small. Sending it back. There's nothing like trying a jacket on in the store before you buy.
November 19, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by dtl64 Attention Canadian Shoppers
Great jacket but any Canadians should note that US sizes tend to run larger than here at home, this is the third jacket I've purchased from a US company and I always have the same problem. I'm quite slim and usually take a small but a US small is more like a Canadian Medium. Hope this helps.
November 7, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Alleghenyrambler Had to try it
I tried the insulated jacket last week in Freeport. Most XL jackets these days have sleeves way too long for me. The size large sleeves were OK, but the shoulders were tight. XL sleeves were a bit long, but the fit was great. I had to order the jacket from home because they were out of stock in the color I wanted at the store! I got it in 3 days, and am completely satisfied with the XL size. I would like to see the model they use for arm length!!
October 29, 2015