Made for women who thrive in the outdoors, rain or shine.
There's a storm churning in the mountains, but thanks to the Backcountry.com Women's Stash Shell, you're headed out into the wild anyway. At just 13 ounces, this technical shell is hardly noticeable in your touring or trekking pack, and it doesn't feel bulky when you're wearing it out on the trail either. The Stash shell achieves its feathery lightness without sacrificing any of the high-end weather protection that keeps you dry summer through winter. You still get shell material with welded seams and a waterproof rating high enough to fend off a torrential downpour, underarm zips to control temperature, and a fully adjustable hood so you can adapt to foul weather.
- 20K-rated waterproof fabric offers supreme protection from downpours, heavy snow, and precipitation
- 20K-rated breathability allows the fabric to transfer sweaty moisture from inside the shell outward and away from your body
- Bombshell Lite fabric uses mechanical-stretch construction to offer supreme flexibility that moves with you as you slide, climb, and trek through the hills
- Fully welded construction eliminates opportunities for leaks to occur at the seams and improves overall durability
- 3-D ergonomic fit means that you can move your shoulders, arms, and torso without experiencing binding or feeling held back in any way
- Fully-adjustable hood easily fits over a ski or climbing helmet so you can protect your head and face when a storm rolls in mid-session
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
This jacket is a true gem. It's a pretty light shell, lighter than I expected, but it is very well made and looks great! The fit is very flattering, the sleeves are so long (my sleeves are never long enough!!) and it's long enough in the back to keep snow out. I haven't worn it in rain, but it kept me warm and dry in 40 mph wind and blowing snow with a subzero windchill! It's cut a little too close to wear many layers under it, but I was able to wear a base layer and heavy fleece jacket under it pretty comfortably. I love this line of clothing!! Way to go Backcountry!! THANK YOU FOR MAKING JACKETS WITH LONGER SLEEVES!!!!!!!!!