Bass Pro Shops® 100MPH GORE-TEX® Rain Parkas for Men
- Our top-of-the-line rain gear
- Backed by a full GORE-TEX membrane
- 100% waterproof/windproof
- Roomy zip-off visor hood
- Lined in cool nylon satin
- Dropdown hip cover
- Articulated elbows for unrestricted comfort
100MPH GORE-TEX Performance Shell for full-bore protection.
When conditions deteriorate, reach for the world's most advanced weather protection, built to keep tournament anglers safe, dry, and comfortable for years to come.
Our laminated 150 denier by 300 denier polyester shell rain gear with full GORE-TEX membrane has always been the standard for 100% waterproof/breathable performance and toughness. Now, we've added an aggressive, technical fit to enhance your comfort and range of motion. Sonic welds on pockets and events, YKK® waterproof zippers and interior gussets on closures eliminate all possibility of leaks or gaps. Super-soft high-nap poly fleece pocket and trim linings deliver incredible comfort in any weather. And the optional zip-in WINDSTOPPER liner jacket maximizes your protection in extreme conditions. If you're serious about fishing, you need serious rain gear—and this is as serious as it gets! Imported.
And when you buy a GORE-TEX garment rated for Extreme Wet Weather, you are assured that the product will keep you dry in even the most severe weather. In order to meet Gore's Extreme Wet Weather Protection standards, garments are tested in 22'' of rain per hour in the Gore Storm Chamber using wind-driven and drenching overhead rainfall. Once the product passes the rigorous test, only then is it approved to carry the Extreme Wet Weather hangtag.
Bass Pro Shops 100MPH GORE-TEX Rain Bibs for Men sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-869-186-02
The Bass Pro Shops 100MPH WINDSTOPPER Insulated Liner Jacket for Men is sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-871-214-03
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You will begin by mixing about 1 oz. of MiraZyme for every gallon of water. Next, soak the rain gear for about 5 minutes to ensure the entire thing is completely saturated with MiraZyme. Next, remove the rain gear and allow to air dry completely. Do not rinse the fabric and do not apply heat. MiraZyme contains microbes. As soon as you mix the solution with water, this activates the microbes. Once activated they begin consuming any odor-causing bacteria present. That said, once you’ve soaked the gear do not rinse the microbes away and do not apply heat as heat will kill the microbes. Just let the fabric air dry completely. You will not notice a reduction in odor until the fabric has air dried completely.
Current 100 MPH jackets seem to run true to size. However, the bibs seem to be running about a size small. May need to size up.
The Pro Qualifier bibs have a hem to waist waterproof zipper, which is convenient and makes them easier to put on than the 100MPH bibs - the 100MPH bib is made to be put on once and kept on. Pro Qualifier jackets seem to run smaller so best to size up. Pro Qualifier jacket has stretch nylon cuffs instead of neoprene, fabrics in jacket and bibs are lighter than 100MPH, but still fairly heavy. Fixed hood on Pro Qualifier jacket - doesn't stow easily, but can kind of roll down and loop into hanger loop inside neck - I don't think it was designed to work that way, but I've seen people do it.
Both jackets accept zip-in 100MPH liner jackets.
I noticed this year that the 100MPH bibs are running a size smaller than previous years. Jackets seem to be running normal size.
Everybody fits things a little differently - if you're near a store, make a point of trying them on.