Style, warmth, and comfort for the winter season? You've arrived at the right place! Check out the Men's Kuhl Alpenwurx Jacket for an ample amount of coverage and warmth this season. With a full-zip front closure and bottom hem cord adjustments at the hem, you can easily customize this jacket to your signature style and fit. The Berber fleece collar lining adds additional warmth, while the suede microfiber fabric on the shoulders and elbows provide the additional style and coverage you need to stay warm this season. Choose the Men's Kuhl Alpenwurx Jacket today!
What a wonderful medium wt jacket!! The soft fleece is just lovely and the shearlin neck piece really looks great. But it is the ease of getting on and off plus the flexibility of the coat in late fall that really make this a standout buy for me..
I have this one in Grey and it's so much better looking in person than these photos show.. No way, these pics are doing it justice!! Very comfortable, one of my favorite jackets in the winter and dresses up your outfit nicely...
I have 25 + items from Kuhl.. From fishing hats to Alpenwurst Jackets.. Every piece is excellent. My wife wears Kuhl. I feel their products are unsurpassed for quality, and comfort. I think they are the best company in the business. Wool products from Kuhl are unequaled , even Kuiu, for me the wool from Kuhl is my only choice Thanks Kuhl
I am a loyal Kuhl consumer. After wearing the Alpenwurx for a month, i continue to be satisfied and impressed. I am 6'3" and 230 lbs, typically wear a 46L suit, and usually wear a XL from Kuhl. To be sure i had enough room and flexibility in the chest and shoulders, i ordered a XXL Alpenwurx. The sleeve length is excellent, and the fit is a little generous. Very happy about the size i ordered, but think an XL would have been large enough. Another garment well done Kuhl!!
I love the feel and fit. I really like the obvious seems and different types of material that KUHL works into the clothing. I tell everyone this is my favorite clothing company, I wear KUHL almost everyday : )
Excellent quality as usual from Khul. It's getting embarrassing how many Khul clothes have been added to my wardrobe. Lots of room in the pockets, love the fleece collar, and it I'd very comfortable. 6'3" 240 lbs a XXL works great.
I feel like KUHL gear was tailor made specifically for me, from the fit and functionality to the earth tone rustic colors they use (I really appreciate this). I found this jacket at REI by mistake, and I'm glad I did. I went in looking for a shell for fly fishing, but ended up spending my money on this jacket when I saw it.
I'm 5' 10" 170lb 31" pant size, very athletically built. I wear M and L depending on the item. I went with Medium on this, and it fits perfectly. Enough shoulder room, when it's fully zipped up it doesn't choke me or feel restrictive, and the sleeve length is perfect. The pockets are enormous, and that's awesome. The Medium for me fits in the waist area perfectly, although I don't need to cinch it tighter, its pretty slim in that area. If I were to get a large, I would find the cinch cording more useful. I have the steel color, and it looks a lot better in person as usual.
I think I'll purchase another one, except in a Large, for fly fishing. I also tried on the Double Kross in a Large....will be purchasing that next...
The 'problem' with KUHL is I can't stop replacing all my clothes with their apparel! It started with their pants, and it spiraled out of control from there.
I really like this jacket. It is thick and soft and just wonderfully comfortable and warm as can be but alas, it is too short for my 6' 4" frame so I almost never wear it. It is sadly relegated to wearing around the house because if it wear it out and about it is too drafty. I have worn it on occasion underneath a shell and as an insulator it is fantastic but I really wish I could wear it on a regular basis. I would absolutely recommend it for anyone say, 6'1" or shorter but for us tall guys I wouldn't bother.
I got this to pair with the Burr and as a stand alone option. I get complements all the time because, this is the best and frankly the most stylish fleece I have ever seen. It is super roomy and the thumb holes work great, although some gloves may be challenging to wear over. I have been walking in an open field with just a t-shirt, this, and a Burr over it and was not at all cold or overly warm. Alone it is breathable enough to wear at moderate temperatures with light wind comfortably. I love the collar because it feels nice even completely zipped. Great work Kuhl.
I have two of these very stylish and highly functional jackets (olive & raven). They are cut a bit more roomy than the Spyfire or Interceptr jackets. Plenty of room to add layers for additional warmth as needed. The fleece and microsuede combined created a powerful look and functions just as well as it looks. For my workouts before sunrise I usually add a Interceptr jacket and sometimes at night I will even add an additional Interceptr vest. If I get too warm I simply take off a layer and continue hiking or working out. The cut allows for good flexibility and movement in all directions. The microsuede adds extra style points and stress protection at the elbows, shoulders and even at the side drawstring areas. This is sharp looking, highly functional jacket.
Would have been great if it weren't for the silly thumb holes.
Bought one of these from REI and returned it a week later. The thumb simply let in too much cold (and occasionally snow). A model with closed wrists and some sort of adjustable wrist cuff would be perfect.
I purchased one of these at the military exchange at Ft Belvoir. I didn't know how comfortable it was at the time, but it looked great. I have now worn it all through the winter here in Virginia, as well as in the high desert of Nevada, and it has become my favored outer wear. I especially love the contrasting trim pieces, which makes the fleece look like a modern day bomber jacket, and the very warm and soft berber collar. I liked this fleece so much I just purchased a second one this week, even though the first is still in great condition.
Best fleece jacket ever - Kuhl, here's my request: Would you make this in a 200 weight 1/4 zip? Would be great to wear outside in the Fall or around the house like a sweater during the long, cold Minnesota winters!
True to Size (Large) I am a 6'3" male and found that the jacket fit very well ( an X-Large would have been good as well I think). Very warm and will serve as a good jacket for the Fall and Winter this year.
I received the Kuhl jacket last year for a gift by my girlfriend . It hung in the closet until last month. I just started to wear it this month in the cold NH winter and wish I worn it earlier. Whether I am working with the horses or just hiking with my girlfriend it is proving to be an incredible asset to my outer wear! I find it very warm, provides comfort and is versatile for any outdoor activity.
Bought mine in 2011. Used it in Afghanistan for mild -medium cool days/nights. Performed as planned/expected. The heavy lined collar kept warmth in when needed. Used it in layers during the harder winter periods as I was limited on clothing. Am still using it in PA. Very durable.
Just picked this jacket up saw it and instantly liked the styling, fit. In terms of the other review stating that it was not warm enough, fleece is not really intended to be a true windbreaker but as a laying piece, more like a sweater. On a really cold or damp day the intent would be to work in layers. Adding a windbreaker as a top layer. I like it, manufacturing quality looks great, wife likes it.
Beautiful and fits perfect but functionality is low.
I really wanted to love this jacket. The style is beautiful. It fits like a glove And very soft and comfortable. The wife loves it and says it looks good on me. Had many compliments on it. Now the issue. The wind blows right through it and it's not very warm. I seriously put it up to a candle and blew it out through the fleece. If it were a dry, sunny, chilly, no wind kinda day, it would hold it's own. If it were a tighter weave fleece or a sewn-in liner or have the sueded MF come down the back and front, I would have kept it. I actually considered taking it to a tailor and having a liner sewn in. I returned it to the retailer and switched out for the Retro Hoody which is much warmer in our climate in the PNW. Looks great but for the look and style, I really expected more warmth.