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Not too light and not too heavy; the Rain Shadow is juuuust riiiight.

Those calm conditions could be a blessing or nature's disguise of what's to come. But it doesn't matter if you're on a multi-day trip in the hills, a mountain bike ride, ski tour, or weekend in a big city, the Patagonia Women's Rain Shadow Jacket is built to keep you dry during surprise storms.
  • Waterproof and breathable H2No membrane, Deluge DWR water-repellent finish, and fully-taped seams provide total protection in rain and snow
  • New watertight PU-coated zipper tracks smoothly whether wet or dry
  • Underarm zips prevent overheating when you build up body heat during activity
  • Micofleece-lined neck and chin reduces chafing to your face when you seal yourself off from the elements
  • Stowable, helmet-compatible hood gives you the option to use it or roll it up into the collar
  • Drawcord hem seals out wind and keeps the jacket in place around your rear when you move

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4 5

Sweet jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

This is a wonderful jacket -- it's lightweight and has sturdy zippers. I have yet to test it in a real downpour, but I have used it around campus a bunch. It's light enough to wear in warm rains and spacious enough to fit a whole bunch of layers underneath. And the hood is great -- lots of coverage!

How is it for canoe trips, white water...

How is it for canoe trips, white water rafting and spring snowboarding?

Best Answer Responded on

Its great for spring snowboarding I use something similar a little heavier as my everyday winter jacket. For canoeing and or white water rafting it will shield the water but in no way keep you completely dry as water will come in through the cuffs, hem, and neck. It would be very effective in the canoe as you probably dont have rapids overtaking the vessel but if they were your going to get wet. If your looking to stay completely dry during these types of rafting trips they do make dry tops, something like this http://www.backcountry.com/kokatat-gtx-rogue-drytop-mens

2 5

Not Rainproof

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This jacket looks great, but will not keep you dry in any serious weather. After only a few hours of light rain, the jacket soaked thru on the back of the neck, allowing water to run down my back.
Backcountry gave me a refund with no hassle. THANK YOU!

5 5

Lightweight and effective

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love this jacket. The fit is nice and roomy without looking baggy. It is extremely lightweight and can be stowed away in a purse/small backpack without taking up much room. It is very high quality.

4 5

WAY too big

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

While the quality of the jacket is great, it doesn't fit at all. I am 5'3" and 150lbs. I normally a women's large, sometimes a medium. I ordered the large and it was so big, I had to double-check to be sure I wasn't sent a men's large jacket by accident. I know there's supposed to be room for layers underneath, but I was swimming in this thing! I will be exchanging for a small.

5 5

Good Fit

I'm 5'2, 110lbs - the XS fits great. There's plenty of room for a few layers underneath but at the same time it doesn't look baggy when I wear it by itself.