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Condor Phantom Soft Shell Jacket
Condor Phantom Soft Shell Jacket
Condor Phantom Soft Shell JacketCondor Phantom Soft Shell JacketCondor Phantom Soft Shell JacketCondor Phantom Soft Shell JacketCondor Phantom Soft Shell Jacket
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Condor Phantom Soft Shell Jacket

MSRP: $91.95
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Our price: $77.95
SKU #: TG-606
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This durable, waterproof, lightweight, breathable fabric contain billions of microscopic pores smaller than a raindrop, but hundred times larger than a molecule of water vapor. The triple layer combination wicks moisture, stop water from passing through, and circulate body heat.

Description:

  • Vertical chest pocket
  • Two hand pockets
  • Two sleeve pockets
  • Two 4" x 4" shoulder patch panels
  • Two internal pockets
  • Full front double zipper
  • Underarm vent zipper
  • Double layer reinforced forearm
  • Drawstring waistband
  • Adjustable wrist cuff

    Material

  • Outer Layer: 100% polyester, 4-way elastic, high density fabric.
  • Mid Layer: breathable film membrane.
  • Inner Layer: super fine fleece.

    Care Instruction

  • NO Bleach, NO Iron, NO Dry Clean
  • Wash inside out in low temperture
  • Tumble dry in low heat
  • Condor Phantom Soft Shell Jacket
    $77.95
    4 Stars based on 17 Review(s)
    JMB
    Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great Jacket
    December 3, 2014
    I'll try to keep this short and make a few quick comments about this jacket, which I love. I wanted something that I could wear as an everyday jacket for 3 seasons. The weight and feel of this jacket makes it perfect for cool fall days and spring mornings, while the great wind protection makes it perfect to layer under during winter. I haven't had the chance to test it below around 25 degrees, but with just a few base layers and a sweater it works fantastic at 25F and allows almost no wind through. The fit of the jacket is perfect for me. I am 5'11" 215 pounds with a muscular build and broad shoulders and went with an XL. The reviews on size vary a lot because everyone is looking for a different type of fit. When I wear just a t-shirt underneath the jacket is a little loose but not to the point where it is uncomfortable or awkward. The size allows me to layer underneath as much as I need to and is very comfortable with a hoodie underneath. One reason I purchased this jacket over the Condor Summit was because the Summit had the built in hood that I thought looked silly and would also make it very uncomfortable for everyday wear with a hoodie underneath. My only gripe about the fit is that there is more room in the belly and waist than I need, but the drawstring takes care of that. I haven't had the chance to really strain this jacket outdoors, but it has been a great everyday jacket and just feels well-built and durable. It is comfortable to wear to the range and is not restrictive whatsoever. I debated what color to get but I am glad I went with Foliage. As much as I wanted to go with Coyote or a more tactical color I knew that I would be using this as an everyday jacket and didn't want to look too tactical while walking down the street, drawing attention to the fact that I may be CCW. By the way, the jacket breaks up the outline and works great for CCW. Basically any morale patch you can find also comes in a color scheme that will match the foliage as well. This jacket will not replace a designated rain jacket although it is greatly water resistant. You don't want to get caught in a downpour for an extended amount of time but it will stand up great to a constant drizzle or a short time in a typical rainstorm. Great for snow as well. Another reason I chose this jacket over the Condor Summit was the pocket location. The pockets on the Summit give off a more tactical look (which I didn't want) and when I watched video reviews even though people said they liked the pockets, they just looked awkward with their hands in that position. The Summit Pockets are also so long that I think cold air would get in. The pockets on the Phantom are great, however - comfortable position and keep your hands warm especially if it is cold and windy. The adjustable wrist straps are great to resist wind, rain, and snow as well. I love the pockets on the interior of the jacket as well. Each interior side as one huge pocket that can fit almost anything as well as a smaller more practical carrying pocket on either side (one of which is a media pocket that I haven't used but it's a nice feature to have if I do use it). I wish the exterior chest pocket was just a bit larger but it still fits my iPhone 5 with a bulky case just right - you couldn't fit much more than a phone and wallet in the pocket at the same time, for reference. One complaint in other reviews that is definitely accurate is the zippers. I wish there was an interior strip of cloth or fleece that covered the zipper in the armpits. It's great to have that ventilation but the feeling of the zippers against my skin when I wear just a tshirt underneath is something that took a few wears to get used to. The main zipper on the front is also cheap. It's nice that the zipper is smaller, thinner and therefore more flexible and comfortable but a better zipper would make the whole jacket much nicer. My zipper gets stuck at the bottom when I am trying to take the jacket off every once in a while and about 50% of the time I can't get the zipper to go on the first time and have to look down and really baby the zipper so that it functions properly. Ultimately I would absolutely recommend this jacket to anyone that is interested. I cannot fathom paying for a comparable 5.11 or Arcteryx jacket - it's just not worth the cost to me. I have held 5.11 and Arcteryx jackets (although haven't worn them while out and about) and the difference in quality is barely noticeable to me (maybe just the zipper - although I never noticed the zipper thing until about 3 months later). This is a high-quality jacket and I would not look at anything else similar - if you are remotely interested, just buy it and you won't regret it.
    Pros:
    Great for Wind Great Fit Well-made Good for 3 seasons
    Cons:
    Complaints about zippers

    Scott W
    'Merica!
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Excellent quality for price
    December 2, 2014
    I just received this jacket so I won't comment on long term durability but I can say that it appears to be well made and I'm happy with the fit. This will be a great jacket for duty use, lots of pockets give it flexibility for carrying items. The jacket looks good/professional--I'll admit to being a gear snob and I generally shell out for top end items. I just couldn't swallow the cost of Arcteryx Leaf gear and finding TAD gear can be like finding a unicorn. I will say I have both TAD and Arcteryx gear as well as stuff from the other big names like Marmot and North Face and I've never regretted spending for quality. I went over all the stitching on the jacketl and found nothing of concern. For a duty jacket it's also nice to have something that I won't be out too much if it gets damaged. The main reason I wanted to post a review was to discuss sizing. I'm 5'8, 160 and athletic and went with the medium. The medium give me enough room to layer a medium weight fleece underneath if needed but I'm not swimming in it with just a t-shirt. Length front and rear is also good and not too long to wear with a gun belt. Without a gun belt the jacket hangs about 3" below the belt line. The fit chart from Condor posted for this jacket is not accurate. For example it lists the body length in front at 26.2". I measured my medium at 23.5". The sizing for the Condor Summit soft shell appears to be closer in accuracy for the Phantom so be aware of that if you can't find one to try on.
    Pros:
    Price, features, looks.
    Cons:
    None so far.

    Yanni
    Phoenix, Arizona
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    A lot of jacket for the price
    March 9, 2014
    Compared to my 5.11 Saber jacket this is very affordable for what you get. The water protection is much better than the early generation of Saber Jackets that did not resist rain at all. This Condor is at 1/3 of the cost of a Saber. Both my outside front pocket zipper seems ripped open with gentle use on my Saber and 5.11 would not accept any responsibility. The major con on Condor is the very week and iffy front zipper. I have not broken it yet but it is difficult to engage and dissengage and has to be worked extreemely gently which is not acceptable on a emergency responder piece of gear. The jacket have a athletic fit which I like very much since I am tall and in shape.
    Pros:
    Great jacket for the Price
    Cons:
    I would be willing to pay $10 bucks more and get a stronger front zipper. The front zipper is trash. The price point would still be great

    William
    Atlanta, Georgia
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Bad ass for the money.
    January 28, 2014
    I also own a TAD Gear ($250). You can't beat this for the price. Does everything my TAD does for a 1/3 of the cash. My only complaint is the front zipper could be a little beefier. Other than that it kicks ass.
    Pros:
    Price.
    Cons:
    Needs a more hardcore front zipper although mine hasn't broke. Just baby it.

    Matthew
    Rochester, NY
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great jacket for under kit
    January 27, 2014
    Bought this jacket for running under my kit. I halfway agree with with the reviews of this jacket running small. Yes, if you are a Large and you want a normal feeling jacket that's a little baggy, then you should probably go with an XL. However, you should thoroughly take your measurements and think of why you want this jacket before deciding on a size. Use the sizing chart and have someone else measure you. Here are some quick facts for you. I am 6'1" and weigh 200lbs My waist is 34" I ordered the Large and this jacket fits perfectly under my Shellback Banshee with AR500 plates. The jacket is snug against my body when zipped up, but certainly not tight. It's not uncomfortable to wear under the kit and there's no restriction of movement. The sleeves come right down to my wrist, so there is no excess getting in the way of moving my hands or using equipment. If you want it for a normal jacket, then you might want the sleeves to be a little longer(like the .6 inch difference between a L and an XL) The jacket is warm, but anything under 40, you might want to add a thermal layer or switch jackets. I don't mind the cold too much so that's just personal preference. As others have said, the hardware could be a little sturdier, but for the cost, I don't think there is a better deal out there.
    Pros:
    Low cost! Depending on use, can fit great under a kit. Warm and thin enough that you could easily add an extra thermal layer Good amount of pockets. Stitching and design seem to be very good quality, especially for price.
    Cons:
    Might run small on you, depending what you want it for. A little too thin to run alone during the winter months. Hardware could be made from a little better material.

    Me, Not You
    CenCAl
    2 Stars

    Junk Jacket and Junk Customer Service
    January 14, 2014
    I drove three hours to purchase the jacket and while the sizing runs a bit small, like two sizes two small, I was pleased with the appearance and checked the zippers etc. and it looked to be of good quality. I purchased it on the sixth and the zipper broke on the 13th after only two times being zipped up. I wasn't too worried because I'd heard the customer service is so good. Well... not really, it isn't. I explained that this was the first purchased I made with the company and that the zipper broke. The rep stated that without my receipt I could not return it since I was a walk in purchase. I told her I paid with a credit card and could give her the date time and exact purchase items i made. She indicated there was no way to retrieve that information which having worked in retail I find highly suspect. She indicated that there is some type of information on the receipt that explained this so watch out for that especially if you are purchasing in person. All in all i will not do business with this company again. I was asking for a simiply exchange of the exact product that I purchased only a week earlier and work twice until it broke... wasn't asking for the moon.
    Pros:
    Comfy jacket Nice appearance Sturdy Velcro for patches, suckers stay on!
    Cons:
    Runs a few sizes to small so try it on or order up especially if you need to layer Zipper is lame, broke after two uses Customer service is equivalent to air port staff....

    RS
    Central Texas
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great value
    November 8, 2013
    Overall I am quite pleased with this jacket. I would have to agree they run a little towards the small side. I'm 6'1" 195 with long arms. I ordered the XL based on arm length using the fit chart and it fits PERFECTLY all around.
    Pros:
    GREAT value. Durable. Seems like it will be plenty warm for most if not all of our Central Texas winter.
    Cons:
    Would love to have hand pockets

    Raven Lee
    Wisconsin
    1 Stars

    XXL is way too small like it's a Medium
    November 5, 2013
    I ordered an XXL and even though it says it's an XXL, it's closer to a Medium. It may be an XXL in the Phillipines or wherever men are less than 5"6" tall, but not in America. And I'm only 5'10", so not sure if they just decided to use up leftover labels or what. Not sure what I should do now. Send it back or just live with it or try to get the XXXL version. Of course, with my luck, the XXXL would be extremely big.....
    Pros:
    None if you are a normal human size.
    Cons:
    Too small.

    Steve
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Condor Phantom Soft Shell Jacket
    August 27, 2013
    So great jacket, lots of pockets, good fit, good price. But no tall sizes, good for casual wear, not hard use in tactical/Police work. If the zipper does break, it would be easier and cheaper then shipping to have it replaced by a local tailor. so far zipper is good and strong on mine, which is new a few days ago. Time will tell.
    Pros:
    Lots of pockets, pit zips. Waterproof,wind proof, warm and well constructed for the price.
    Cons:
    Need tall sizes, and maybe stronger zipper. Collar needs to be a bit taller to cover and protect the neck better from the elements.

    Tom Kakara
    Streator Illinois
    1 Stars

    Junk
    May 8, 2013
    I purchased one of these and was extremely disatisfiedwith it. I only used to wear it to debreifs. The zipper gave out at the bottom after about five times of wearing it. When I contacted Condor they told me that that they would possibly warranty it but I had to show proof of purchase (which I had) and take pictures of the effected area, then they would possibly replace or repair it. It wasn't worth my time for a seventy dollar jacket after figuring out shipping both ways. I purchase thousands of dollars of gear for our teams and I let them know that I would not be purchasing anything more from them. If you can afford it or are using a company account Crye Precision is the only way to go. We are not easy on our gear and that stuff holds up like you wouldn't believe. Pricey up front but it is a solid investment.

    Jay Em Gee
    Seattle, WA
    5 Stars

    Great Jacket
    March 13, 2013
    This is a great jacket. I wear it almost every day here in the misty NW and am never disappointed. Pros: keeps me dry. warm enough with a long sleeved shirt most days. tons of well-placed pockets. great fit. Cons: only one I can think of is that it is a tad short...falls just below the belt, but not enough of an issue to keep me from wearing it with just about anything. Overall just a very well thought out jacket. all the things I look for in a jacket on a cool day.

    The Whip
    Upstate NY
    4 Stars

    Nice Jacket, Great Value
    March 10, 2013
    I did a lot of research before buying this jacket and overall I can say that I'm very happy with it. I've had it for 2 weeks and have worn it in 30 degree weather with only a t-shirt underneath and it was warm enough. I'm 5'11" 175 and a medium fits well but I like my jackets with a slimmer cut. As far as being water proof, I haven't been in a rainstorm but I inadvertently spilled coffee and it beaded right off. You can not beat the price.

    Colin Throckmorton
    Dallas, TX
    5 Stars

    Outstanding
    January 28, 2013
    Received the jacket pretty quickly, right in time for cold weather in Texas. Looks very nice and professional in the line of work I'm in. Very warm, and the arm pit zippers are phenomenal, didn't think I would use them but they are a huge help. Many pockets if you are a pocket person like me. Overall I love it and may order another.

    John
    USA
    4 Stars

    Good Jacket
    January 7, 2013
    Good jacket - very warm. Worked well as a layer in snow and blended well in the moutains. The only problem I have is the main zipper which has let them smooth functionality at the initial zip. You need to make sure you have both locked in. Not easy in a hurry with gloves... Overall 4 stars

    Thomas
    5 Stars

    Review for Condor Phantom Soft Shell Jacket
    December 24, 2012
    good looking warm jacket. It's lightweight and easily worn even while sitting in your vehicle. It tends to ride up because the length is not designed for a duty belt. Only improvement could be side zippers at bottom of jacket. Love the under armpit zippers to allow for ventilation. Love the multiple big pockets.



    By Ryan Peterson on July 29, 2013
    How is the Phantom different from the Summit and Summit Zero?
    on July 29, 2013

    Answer:
    The main difference between the Phantom and the Summit is that the Phantom does not have a hood, it has one chest pocket instead of two and the position of the pocket is different. Also the Phantom Jacket is rated for temperatures from 20 - 40 degrees Fahrenheit, while the Summit Jacket is rated for 40 degrees and up. Lastly, the difference between the Summit and Zero Summit Jackets is that the Zero Summit is 30% lighter than the Summit Jacket.

    By Francis Kemp on November 12, 2012
    where is this product made?
    on November 12, 2012

    Answer:
    This Condor jacket is made in China.

    By matt on November 27, 2012
    What is the tempture rating for this jacket?
    on November 27, 2012

    Answer:
    The temperature rating for this Condor jacket is around 20 - 40 degrees Fahrenheit.

    By Rick on December 22, 2012
    Is the jacket true to size or does it run small?
    on December 22, 2012

    Answer:
    The Condor Jackets run a little on the small side.

    By Paul Wagenaar on February 12, 2013
    Is this available in tall sizes?
    on February 12, 2013

    Answer:
    Condor does not make these jackets in tall sizes.

    By Steve Jenisch on March 8, 2013
    what is the sizing for xs?
    on March 8, 2013

    Answer:
    We will get the updated size chart added to this item ASAP, but for now, you can view Condor's website to see the size for XS. http://www.condoroutdoor.com/606_phantom_soft_shell_jacket.aspx

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