That is a great deal! Almost tempting to buy a second one!I have a 2008 Kilamanjaro XL/long that I want to sell (I lost a lot of weight after I bought it). It's an awesome jacket. I only wore it one season in winter--no marks on it. I paid $265 for it and will sell it for $100 + shipping costs. Good for someone, 6', 1"+ and around a 36"-40" waist.
It's the yellow and black "bumblebee" version--very visible.
Tip: Wash the garment periodically and re-treat/renew the water resistant coating. Washing instructions are on a sewn-in label in each garment. Many treatments available on the market - Nikwax has a couple of good choices. Goes for any textile jacket: waterproof, waterproof & breathable, or plain old water resistant. It will help eliminate most of issue 4.I have an older Kilimanjaro, probably 5 years old. It's a well made jacket, but I have a few complaints which may be typical of many jackets currently on the market.
4. The outer fabric layer soaks up a lot of water which then evaporates, so you get colder than you would expect in the rain. No water comes through to you, because of the impermeable membrane between the fabric layers.