Since 1990, Free Country has manufactured casual outerwear and active wear inspired by an active and modern lifestyle. The result? A line of clothing that fits into everyone’s lives…regardless of their interests and passions. The driving force behind Free Country’s success began with its founder, Ira Schwartz, who found inspiration in his own active lifestyle of outdoor sports and especially skiing.
I had the chance to try out a product from Free Country’s women’s line and am so happy I discovered this company. I needed a lightweight jacket but honestly had a hard time making my final choice because there are so many styles that I like at Free Country. The
Which jacket did I choose?
The Women’s Slice Softshell Jacket in this lovely buttery soft pile fleece lining.
Oh my goodness. It’s so soft that my kids ask for to be hugged inside it when I wear it.
The bonded 3-layer butter pile softshell combines exactly what I needed…rain and wind repellency with a stylish look. The longer silhouette shaped by the side tabs on the sides is slimming and flattering (SCORE!) and I can adjust the side tabs if I wear something lightweight or heavy underneath.
This jacket also has a detachable hood, which I will honestly tell you, I was questioning. Most detachable hoods just annoy me by bunching awkwardly around my neck. The detachable hood on the Women’s Slice Softshell Jacket is so comfortable (and also lined with the buttery goodness) that I leave it on. And the two way zipper is certainly an added bonus when traveling or sitting and you just want some extra wiggle room.
I am so happy to have found a stylish jacket, but I love how easy my Free Country jacket is to care for as well! It is machine washable and as a busy woman, I greatly appreciate that. When we need more outerwear, we will be purchasing from Free Country…the quality is amazing for such a reasonable price. The Women’s Slice Softshell Jacket is on sale for $60 right now and as with all of Free Country’s products, comes with a one year limited warranty. Free Country products can be found online as well as in a variety of retailers throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe.
Which Free Country outerwear product is your favorite? How many of you would love a giveaway from Free Country?