I bought the Brookville Jacket at Cabela's recently to wear as an intermediate layer when the weather turns colder but not bitter. Seems to be an excellent choice. The cut of the jacket is roomy enough to layer with, which means you can wear a heavy shirt underneath without feeling motion restricted. The pockets are sufficiently deep enough and the sleeve length is fine as is the drop tail on the back. I would strongly suggest not wearing this in an environment, which would subject you to objects which could tear the fabric, instead I would recommend a Carhartt canvas jacket or coat. This is a fine jacket but in my opinion, it depends on your work environment as to its durability or resistance to ripping or tearing.
The Jacket is good in the rain and also pretty warm. It's pretty much my go to. I live in the northwest and wear it almost everyday. It is nice and light, but keeps me warm enough on most days. The hood is attached to the jacket. Nice feature that also covers the neck completely when needed to block the wind. Love it. Highly recommended.
It's a warm jacket but not real bulky. You can still move without feeling like you're bundled up. It also serves as a rain jacket with a hood. I absolutely love mine. Perfect jacket to get in and out of truck without burning up while you're inside. Hope this helps.
This is a warm, comfortable jacket. I wear mine when the temperature starts to get down in the 50's. I wore it last year in Tahoe when the daytime temps where in the 20's. At night I'd put on a flannel shirt and the jacket kept me warm.