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O2 Rainwear Original Hooded Jacket


Price: $29.94 - $33.95
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  • 100% PolyPropylene
  • Imported
  • The perfect basic rain jacket for jacket
  • Waterproof, breathable & windproof
  • Drawstring hood fits over or under helmet
  • Storm flap covered full length front zipper
  • Packs into a handy stuff sack (included)
  • Extremely compact

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Product Description

Our ultra lightweight and packable Original Series Hooded Jacket is the most affordable breathable rain gear you can buy. It is extremely compact to fit into a jersey pocket. It's perfect for casual riders or dedicated race spectators. NOTHING. STOPS.YOU.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 10 x 1.5 inches ; 6.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00FSOSKZU
  • Item model number: 1111
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #905,638 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It's very light and thin..
darryl
It's incredibly light and breathable, but does a great job of keeping out water and wind.
sonnojoi
As it happens I wear the jacket as a bicycling jacket in case of rain.
Craig S. Prior

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

69 of 71 people found the following review helpful By William Dimm on September 1, 2010
Color Name: YellowSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
I was looking for a lightweight, breathable raincoat that I could stuff into my hydration pack in case of rain during a hike. This jacket is exactly what I wanted.

Weight: about 6 ounces - hard to find anything lighter

Waterproof: I've only been rained on once with it, but it seemed to do the job. I read a detailed review where the reviewer said he shaped part of the jacket like a cup, filled it with water, and left it sit for 24 hours with no leaking (he claimed that Gore-Tex is not as waterproof). I tried a similar experiment. I turned the stuff sack inside out (made of the same material as the jacket), filled it with water, and hung it by the drawstring. A few hours later, there were a few drops forming on the surface in a few spots. When I emptied it and turned it right-side-out, the areas that had leaked seemed to have water sticking to them, unlike the rest of the surface where the water rolled right off. Perhaps the leaky areas had small abrasions from being carried around in my pack. Anyway, I wouldn't consider the tiny amount of leakage significant considering that water pressure was applied for hours.

Breathable: Scientific studies show the Propore material that this jacket is made out of is much more breathable than Gore-Tex, especially when there is minimal water vapor, so you don't have to wait until a lot of water vapor builds up inside the jacket for it to start breathing. Based on my own experience, I guess it breathes OK, but it's hard to really say. The jacket is windproof, so your body heat gets trapped inside the jacket, so you'll feel hotter with the jacket on even if your sweat is able to get out.

Packable: You can crush it down pretty small, but if it isn't kept under pressure it will puff back up.
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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Delburt D on February 18, 2010
I have had this rain jacket for just three months and the outer layer of fabric is seperating at the jacket to hood seam. It works very well as a wind breaker and I have used it in the rain, but for extended periods the water gets through the small tears in the fabric. The jacket is plenty large so I do not have to put undue strain on it when putting it on. Just know that this product is very light weight and by that factor a little flimsey.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By nomad04023 on April 23, 2013
Color Name: YellowSize Name: XX-Large Verified Purchase
This is an excellent jacket that serves it's purpose very well, but you HAVE to uinderstand it's purpose or you will be very disappointed. This is a jacket to fold up & stick in your glove compartment, messenger bag, etc. so that you will have one handy when it rains. It is NOT for daily or even casual wear, since it's made of the plastic/paper product Tyvek, which is the same material they make disposable bio-safety suits out of.
Yes, that's right, disposable, but in this setting, it's a good thing. Since Tyvek is very thin & lightweight, this jacket folds down to a small package which weighs nothing & while it's waterproof, it does breathe enough to prevent you from getting sweaty/clammy like cheap vinyl ones. While it's not durable enough for extended use, it's great for sticking in your bike bag or daypack until the day you need it, then it really shines. Speaking of, the bright Yellow color is great for things like biking, roadside breakdowns, etc.
Yeah, Gore-Tex is the way to go for lightweight, breathable rain wear, but it also pricey. The O2 is an inexpensive way to get those same benefits without the high price, but ya gotta remember it's limitations. Raingear is either cheap, lightweight or durable & you can only have any two at the same time. This one is cheap & lightweight.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By skrn on December 4, 2009
Color Name: YellowSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
This is my 2nd rainshield O2 jacket - love the first one so much. Just wanted another one a tad larger for wearing over heavier under-layers.
Super light-weight, quiet, & keeps me dry without being heavy or "plasicky". Breathes - great for runs or rides in rainy weather.
Not super sturdy fabric, but not expected for the price. The only thing I'd like to add is one zip pocket.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Craig S. Prior on October 24, 2010
Color Name: YellowSize Name: X-Large Verified Purchase
I got these with the matching rain pants for wearing on a bicycle during my commute. As noted in another review, these products are excellent for keeping the rain but they don't breathe. Thus, if it's a warm rain you'll still be saturated... not by rain but by sweat.

During a cold rain I imagine these would be perfect.

As it happens I wear the jacket as a bicycling jacket in case of rain. It works fine. It's also very lightweight; the material is some sort of space-age product as thin as paper but very waterproof. For bicycling and camping this is perfect. For warmth, just zip it up - your body heat isn't going anywhere, but expect to sweat.

I manage to roll up this jacket AND the rain pants and pack them both in the provided little stuff sack. Thus, very convenient to transport, very lightweight, very efficient in keeping the rain off. For the price I paid this is an excellent deal.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. Guataqui on August 28, 2011
I live in Bogota, which is 2860 meters over the level of the sea. Being in the equator zone we do not really have seasons so it may rain any day of the year. I go to my office by bycicle at least 2 days out of five. I bought both the jacket and trousers. They have proven to be an excellent decision. They are warm and waterproof, visible and not bulky.

Perhaps there are some issues that may be considered. Side openings to reach keys, money, etc. The hood could be bigger, in order to use it over the helmet. Anyway, this items are very good and I am glad to have them.
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