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- 100% Nylon
- Zipper closure
- Machine Wash
- Front-zip rain jacket featuring contrast yoke and internal drawchord hem
- Water-resistant. Lining is 100 percent polyester mesh
- Hideaway hood
- Zippered side-entry pockets at hips
- Adjustable cuffs
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Classic mountaineering-inspired design lines in a tried-and-true waterproof fabric-this lightweight nylon rain jacket is an everyday favorite thanks to its stylish, efficient, and comfortable take on protecting you from the wind and wet weather.
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- ASIN: B07HRGS97Z
- Item model number: 1442361
- Date first listed on Amazon: March 7, 2012
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I came back soaked from the hike. I wish I could give this product a zero because it does not work as advertised. DO NOT BUY this if you will be in the rain for any prolonged period of time.
Now, it never gets particularly soaked, but some water definitely permeates the jacket, and does so pretty quickly. Just to make sure it wasn't sweat and body humidity accumulating inside the jacket, I hung it on a chair, sprayed it down with a hose in the middle of the back, where there are no seams. After spraying I checked the inside was still dry, and let it sit for about 5 minutes. Coming back, it was damp inside. Putting the jacket on, it was damp enough I could feel the wetness on my back through the wicking polo shirt I had on almost immediately, but not so wet that my shirt looked wet when I took it off.
Despite being somewhat water permeable, it isn't very breathable.Wearing this jacket in pre-storm weather on a warm summer day will very quickly result in a lot of sweat accumulating inside the jacket.
This jacket is really more of a "water resistant, non breathable windbreaker" than anything else. Not impressed. I prefer my windbreakers to be much more breathable than this. I prefer my raincoats to be waterproof enough to stand in the rain for a half hour without getting wet. This jacket doesn't fit either.
Perhaps I got a bad one, as there are some reviews like mine, and others claiming it is waterproof. Maybe some waterproof coating gets sprayed on at the factory and they forgot mine. Whatever the case, this isn't really a raincoat.
Inside the jacket, the lining is a grayish, rubbery feeling "thing." The second version of the coat is more refined than the first one I bought a long time ago. The lining took me a minute to get used to it, but it works and is what makes it waterproof. The major issue with the lining is that it presents a trade-off. The jacket in general is light and easily packable, but the lining works like insulation in the heat. So if you are in a climate like Florida, this jacket will block the rain but heat you up in the process. If you are trying to travel light, this jacket will work better in the fall or slightly cooler temperatures. That is the only issue to consider.
Colorwise, I wish manufacturers made these and other activewear in single, more natural colors. 80% of what they sew up and sell uses the oddest colors possible. They do not fit in the woods, on the mountain, or in the city.