Rain Gear » Showers Pass Touring Jacket

THE ULTIMATE TOURING, COMMUTER, AND BIKE MESSENGER JACKET
Full Cut and full featured.

DESIGN
We started making these jackets for our customers who are riding to work or need a solid, durable jacket. We have created a good-looking jacket that allows you to wear your street clothes underneath it or layer up for more warmth. If you are outside all day in the rain this jacket will keep the elements off but give you the ventilation options you need to stay comfortable.

FABRIC
The jacket is built with lightweight and durable mini-ripstop fabric. It is waterproof to a water column standard of 20,000mmm and the Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate is 8,000 g/square-meter/24hours

FEATURES

* Full cut provides additional mobility
* 12-inch two-way armpit zippers
* Two large front hand/cargo zippered pockets
* Large back vent for flow thru ventilation
* Exclusive airflow regulating gusseted-cuffs
* Adjustable elastic cinch-cords at waist
* Full waterproof two-way front zipper with garage
* Drop down protective rain skirt
* Reflective taping on arms and back
* Light loop on rear vent
* Soft Micro-Chamois collar
* Waterproof zippered chest pocket for valuables
* Chest waterproof pocket with audio port
* Approximate weight size medium 1 lb or 450 g

Product link: http://showerspass.com/

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Comments (2)

BillJune 29th, 2009 at 10:13 pm

This is a great jacket, but only if it is under 50f. The breathability is ok, the zippers under the arm help alot! A great winter coat, but too hot for summer. The drop down skirt..sometime comes down on own, the snaps are not very strong. Seem very durable, but again just too warm for me, so i do not use it that much.

MarvinJuly 8th, 2011 at 10:50 am

Here’s a lengthy review:

http://www.rockyhillside.net/Blogs/index.php/2011/06/25/showers_pass_touring_jacket_review

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