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KEELA Ladies Storm jacket review

KEELA Ladies Storm jacket review

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With plenty of outdoor adventures on the cards this winter there couldn’t have been a better time to for me to be sent the Keela Ladies Storm jacket to review. If you enjoy hiking, cycling or running then read on to find out more about this lightweight, weather-proof jacket that I think looks rather fab in vibrant orange.

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Claire sitting on a rock looking out to sea wearing the Keela Ladies Storm jacket

About the Keela Ladies Storm jacket

This sporty jacket from Keela is all about practically. It’s light yet water and wind proof. There are four pockets that mums like me will appreciate for stowing all those shells, leaves and stones the kids pick up on walks while also safely storing your phone and keys elsewhere.

Front of the Keela Ladies Storm jacket

Then there’s an adjustable hood that you can whip out quickly if the weather gets really bad. It even fits over cycling helmets.

Claire adjusting the hood of the Keela Ladies Storm jacket

If you cycle or run there’s a handy zip up back pocket, thumb loop, adjustable cuffs and reflective piping to make you more visible. And the orange jacket that I have comes with reflective patches too. 

Claire looking out to sea on a cloudy day

Having banged on about the practicality of this jacket, what I think sets it apart is that it also looks great. Unlike a lot of technical waterproofs that take on a tent-like appearance, the Keela Ladies Storm has a waist. As someone who has gained a few more curves in 2020 I really appreciate this design.

Keela Ladies Storm jacket features

Here’s some more things to know about this jacket:

  • waterproof
  • breathable
  • 3-way adjustable hood
  • 2 zipped hip pockets
  • zipped chest pocket
  • zipped back pocket
  • hook and loop adjustable cuffs
  • active cut with scooped back
  • reflective trim
  • water-resistant centre front zip
  • lightweight

At the time of publishing, this jacket was available in Berry and Orange in sizes 8 to 18.


I’m not going to take up mountain biking or trail running any time soon (but never say never in 2020), so I’ve been using the Keela Ladies Storm jackets on walks close to home.

It did a great job of keeping out the wind on a hike to our local beach that was being blasted by the tail end of a November storm. And it was light enough that I wasn’t a sweaty mess on the uphill hike home.

Claire on rocky beach

As I’ve already mentioned, I love the design and the colour. I think we all need a bit more orange in our lives this winter!

If you are looking for a lightweight technical jacket for sports and outdoor activities then definitely consider the Keela Ladies Storm. It is available in sizes 8 to 18 on the Keela website (RRP: £104.95) or Amazon*.

Disclosure: I was sent the Keela Ladies Storm jacket for the purposes of reviewing it on the blog. All opinions are my own. This post also contains affiliate links marked with *. If you click on one of these and make a purchase I may earn some commission. This is at no additional cost to you.

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Femi Asaolu

Tuesday 10th of November 2020

Hey Claire, As the weather has a taken a turn for the wet and windy conditions, I have been looking for a good waterproof jacket primarily for myself but I know my wife will like this too. Like you, I like going for walks to keep fit and it has been tricky lately as we've had a lot of rain recently and I don't really have a good rainproof jacket. Your post has literally raised my awareness of Keela as a good brand to consider.

Thanks Femi

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