I ordered the large size, to make the most of all the pocket space available, but as you can see, I could comfortably have got away with a medium. The jacket has got 6 pockets, two vertical zips at chest height, two huge long zips at waist height (these go round to the back, giving you space to carry bigger things like a laptop), and two at pocket height (where you'd find pockets on a normal jacket), and is designed to carry up to 10kg in weight, distributed across all the pockets. I haven't put quite that much in it yet, but I'm sure the day will come.
Wearing the Rufus Roo DOES get attention, there's no doubt about it. It's not for the shy & retiring. And I wouldn't recommend it for a trip round the supermarket, unless you like being followed round by security guards wondering why you're wearing an outsized jacket with so many pockets. But for travelling, be it by plane, train or a trip to the beach, it's ideal. It's a really practical & clever piece of design.
The Rufus Roo is available online for £24.95 for a small (child's) size, and £29.95 for medium & large sizes, there's 5 colour options, and a choice of red or black zips on the black jacket. They're also on sale at Bristol Airport, if you're local.
Disclosure: I was provided with a Rufus Roo jacket free of charge for the purpose of this review. I was not told what to write, and all opinions are my own. Links are provided for your convenience only, I am not a member of any affiliate scheme & will not receive reward for their use.