Uniqlo Dry Comfort Blazer Review:
With the (hopefully) impending warmer weather on the way, I have started to put away my heavier weight flannels and tweeds and decided to look for a light weight jacket to beat around. Particularly I wanted an unstructured navy blazer but I needed the price to be right. Although I would like something from Boglioli, LBM 1911, or Gant Rugger, my price point needed to stay under $100. Enter Uniqlo’s Dry Comfort Jacket .
While it does not compare to the brands I have listed above, for $70, I believe it was well worth looking into. The jacket is a cotton polyester brand (which is expected due to the price point). However, the weight of the jacket was perfect for what I was searching for. I would rank it closer to that of a sweater versus a light jacket, making it ideal for spring/summer months. Patch pockets was also another detail I enjoy about this jacket.
The only con I noticed was the fact that it is ventless. However, being that it is a slightly more cropped jacket and going with the idea that it is comparable to a sweater, I find the vent issue to be something that can be overlooked. At 5’10”, 165lbs, the Medium fit near perfectly. I believe that the sleeves could be a tad shorter, but it is a tradeoff I can live with.
So if you are searching for a lightweight, unstructured, navy blazer that will not break the bank this season, I would definitely recommend taking a trip the Uniqlo and checking this joint at for yourself. You definitely can expect it to be showcased on this blog quite often over the next few months.
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