The Women's Namla Zip Fleece Jacket is a comfortable mid-weight fleece in a unique Tibetan print, inspired by Himalayan monasteries.
Namla is a popular Tibetan name. The word Nam means ‘Sky’, and Lha means ‘God’. Literally “Sky God”, a wonderful name from the roof of the world.
The Namla, a cosy, mid-weight hooded zip jacket, has flatlocked seams which are placed away from areas where straps and layering can chafe, sculpted cuffs and hemline and an all over Tibetan print inspired by antique doors found in the monasteries of the Himalayan region.
The pattern/colours on the Sherpa Womens Namla Zip Fleece Jacket might not be everyone's cup of tea, but the Tibetan print is inspired by antique doors found in the monasteries of the Himalayan region, hence the unique design.
The fleece itself is very soft and comfortable to wear. The cuffs and back of the neck is lined for extra comfort and the cuffs and hem have been sculpted for a feminine fit. There's no hem drawcord to keep cold drafts out but that's not a big issue.
It's got decent sized hand warmer pockets and a simple hood with an elastic rim. A comfortable winter mid-layer or 3 season outer layer.
- Reviewed by BasecampGear