"Warm, colorful, but lacking in features"
- Name: 2010 Bonfire Arc
- Pros: Warm, Very bright colored, Comfy
- Cons: Not full-featured, Non-detachable hood, Waterproofing is okay
- Jacket Fit: Just right
- My Size: S
- Fits Like: S
- Description: A slightly baggier fit
I've had a few Bonfire outerwear pieces, and I have to say, most of the stuff I've own hasn't been the most technical or full-featured outerwear available. The Arc doesn't disappoint in this fashion. It's a simple jacket that's very warm, very comfy, and fits me very well (which is the main reason I like Bonfire). It doesn't have a huge number of pockets, and the hood doesn't detach which is slightly annoying to me. The shell material is really soft and feels nice, however, despite it's 15K rating it's not the most waterproof thing out there. This jacket is good for cold, dry days. The fit works very well for me. I don't like super baggy clothes, but a little looser than normal streetwear. This jacket (and Bonfire in general) accomplishes that wonderfully. A good deal when I purchased it for $60, so if you want a simple warm jacket, this could be it.