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Sierra Designs DriDown Rain Jacket - Men's

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You may end up taking the Sierra Designs Men's DriDown Rain Jacket on all your outdoor adventures, whether you're alpine climbing in the summer or skiing in the winter. A PU membrane and welded baffles equip this puffy with better waterproofing than standard ski jackets, and a DriDown treatment helps the lofty down insulation retain its warmth in damp environments. In fact, DriDown has been proven to stay 10 times drier, dry 33% faster, and retain 170% more loft than untreated down jackets. This top-of-the-line puffy also features perforated underarms for ventilation, stretchy side panels for mobility, and zippered handwarmer pockets that you can access with a backpack on. This jacket stows inside its own internal pocket for compact travel when you don't need its warmth or protection.

Price : $298.95

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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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