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Men's Rain Jackets

Patagonia Light & Variable Full-Zip Hoodie - Men's


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An ideal travel companion is there for you when that's what you want, stays out of sight when not needed, and doesn't complain. An even better travel companion, like the Patagonia Men's Light & Variable Full-Zip Hoodie, is lightweight, wind-resistant, and protects you with a DWR finish from rain and a UPF 50+ rating from sun. The all-recycled polyester fabric of this full-zip hoodie is an environmentally friendly choice, and the fact that the jacket packs down into a small pouch means you can easily pack it along on those trips to see the world you're saving.

Price : $99


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Rain Jacket Checklist

Rubber is for Tires : Don't even think about getting a rubber rain jacket. Why? Read below..
Get a Rain Jacket That Breathes! Unless you enjoy being wet in your own perspiration, get a rain jacket that breathes, letting your sweat escape.
Go Gore-Tex. There are a number of different fabrics that keep rain out but let your sweat escape. But, the best is still Gore-Tex.
Packable? If you plan on taking your rain jacket into the boonies, make sure it's packs down tightly and into a small package. The best ones are those that "fold" into their own pocket.
Three Jackets in One! By getting a good Gore-tex rain jacket that is also packable, you now have a jacket for wet weather, windy weather and cool weather. So congratulations!

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