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Even if you’re not a masked, sword-wielding, ruggedly handsome hero, the Cloudveil Zorro Jacket’s waterproof Cloudburst 2.0 fabric and long-lasting DWR coating keep you dry during sudden showers. Two-way underarm zips dump heat during rigorous activity, and the light weight, athletic cut, and adjustable hem ensure adequate freedom of movement for carving your initials into enemies’ chests.

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Avoid Cloudveil

    Bought his jacket recently. Had some defects that resulted in seams blowing out. Then tried to return for repair..recent corporate ownership changes have resulted in the company not honoring their warranty. This was a great brand but avoid until they figure out what they want to be.

    Great lightweight outer layer

      I bought this jacket originally just for dealing with the rain in warmer climates, as it has fantastic ventilation through the zippers in the armpit area. In my recent excursion through Africa, I found my other jacket to be too bulky and decided to use this "rain jacket" as the outer layer instead. The temperature was well below 0 deg F with 30+ mph winds. Combined with the lightest weight Smartwool shirt, Patagonia Capilene 4 zip-neck top, Arc'teryx Atom LT Insulated Jacket, I was nice and warm, but still had all the flexibility I needed to climb over rocks and hike comfortably with my trekking poles.
      Oh yeah, it also works great for my original intended purpose. I'm always dry and comfortable in this jacket.

      Great lightweight outer layer
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      Hello, I was wondering what the breathability...

      Hello, I was wondering what the breathability rate for this jacket is. I notice an older model and the current women's model say 10,000g, but nothing is mentioned for this year's Men's model.

      Also, I read that it is cut kind of short, so choice between XL, my regular, or XXL.

      Thank you.
      Bill Reinke