RedHead® StormTex™ Rain Jackets For Men
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- Quiet, comfortable brushed tricot outer shell
- Lightweight, easy-fitting soft mesh lining
- 2 front slash pockets
- Elastic waist and cuffs
- Waterproof seams
- 100% waterproof, windproof, breathable protection at an outstanding price
Forget about calling it a day just because the weather turns sour--just put on your StormTex camo and get down to business. StormTex technology is 100% waterproof, windproof, and breathable. Combine this with the RedHead reputation for durability and comfort, and you've got one powerful camo system--all at a price any hunter can appreciate. The StormTex Rain Jacket's outer shell is made of quiet and comfortable brushed tricot with a soft mesh lining that is both lightweight and easy-fitting. Features include 2 front slash pockets, elastic waist and cuffs, and waterproof seams. 100% polyester. Machine wash. Imported.RedHead® StormTex™ Rain Pants For Men sold separately and can be found through item search for number 2008044
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Realtor8 Great Rain Jacket for a Great Price!
This jacket is soft, light, waterproof and breathable which is great for spring and fall hunt. I've been looking for a light waterproof jacket that is inexpensive and I've found one.
March 15, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by textdaddy good lightweight rain jacket
I wanted a short lightweight zipper jacket in Camo, I believe this will work for me
March 11, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Roller1976 Steady rain while clearing hillside
I bought this jacket along with the matching pants for a trip to KY that I knew was going to be rainy. I did buy the jacket in 2XL (normally I wear XL). It fit well, however, be aware that with the elastic at the waist it will tend to ride up a little on your back. I worked for about four hours in the rain and stayed about 95% dry. Not bad at all for the cheaper price.
March 4, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Disappointing Disappointing
I purchased this jacket for my November elk hunt in the Pacific North West (on the wet side of the Cascades). This jacket isn't even remotely waterproof or water resistant for that matter. 10 minutes of laying on the wet ground and soaked right through, 10-15 minutes sitting around the camp fire in very light rain and the back of my arms and shoulders were wet. It's a good thing I had a extra rain coat in my truck or I would have been considerably wetter than I got. Not that I expected it to breath but I never understand why manufactures of "waterproof" rain gear say their product is breathable, they must have a very different idea of what a breathable fabric is than I do. I have a untreated cotton canvas jacket that is more water resistant than this jacket. If you want rain gear that is actually waterproof, get PVC fabric rain gear (that's what the fisherman in AK use).
November 19, 2013
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