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Women's Rain & Wind Jackets

The North Face Allabout Rain Jacket - Women's

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Set your sights on The North Face Women's Allabout Rain Jacket for waterproof protection when you're hiking, camping, and running errands around town. Streamlined and stylish with vibrant color patterns, this rain jacket uses a HyVent 2-layer membrane and fully taped seams to keep you completely dry during sopping-wet conditions and serious downpours. Moreover, you'll find this jacket keeps you from feeling cold and clammy by wicking moisture with its mesh lining where it can readily evaporate through the jacket's breathable HyVent 2-layer membrane. Other functional features include elasticized cuffs, drawstring hem adjustment, and zippered hand pockets.

Price : $98.95

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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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