I really like the contrast between grey and navy here. The two piece shoulders are nice, too. They're only a bit of extra work to stitch, but they definitely add shoulder shaping.
I'm certainly not impressed with the zippered welt pockets, but they're not the most wretched things I've done. Happily, the dark color camouflages them a bit. The welt lips are made out of a matching cotton, instead of fleece. The problem is that the lips are not supposed to overlap here. I would have been better off skipping the welt pieces and having an exposed zipper. In a garment for myself, I'd do some seam ripping, but for speedily growing 9 year old, not so much.
All in all, I really like the jacket. The pockets were good practice and I'm sure it will get worn a lot.
Fleece: Mill End Textiles and Fashion Fabrics Club
Zips: Cleaner's Supply
Pattern: Ottobre 4-2010-38 (Tom Sweat Jacket)