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Wet weather doesn't stand a chance against this lightweight jacket.

Extremely packable and lightweight, the Patagonia Women's Torrentshell Jacket comes in super-handy when afternoon showers interrupt clear skies on your summer hikes or fall backpacking trips. Equipped with a waterproof breathable barrier, this stowable jacket has its own self-stuff pocket for easy convenience while you travel, hike, or backpack.

  • H2No Performance Standard shell features 50D ripstop nylon fabric with a waterproof breathable barrier and a Deluge DWR finish to combat seriously wet weather while you backpack, camp, hike, climb, or fly fish
  • Zippers feature welted external storm flaps and DWR-treated zippers
  • Center-front zipper has an external minimal welt and internal storm flaps that create a zipper-garage chin guard for comfort and weather protection
  • Re-engineered pattern supplies an improved regular fit that's ideal while you hike, backpack, or run errands in lousy wet weather
  • Underarm vents ditch excess heat and moisture while you work up a sweat in inclement weather
  • Two-way-adjustable hood features a laminated visor that rolls down and easily stows away
  • Microfleece-lined neck lends comfort and gives you a waterproof, breathable barrier
  • Hook-and-loop cuff closures and adjustable drawcord hem seal out moisture to keep you dry
  • Two zippered hand pockets stash your keys, cell, lip balm, or other small essentials
  • Stows in self-stuff handwarmer pocket that features a carabiner clip-in loop for convenience

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How long are the sleeves? I'm 5'11" and always have issues with the sleeves and body being long enough.

Responded on

I 6'2" with a wingspan slightly longer than that. Buying my normal size jacket, the sleeves were long enough and then there is a velcro cuff to tighten it up if you need to keep it from getting in the way. Hope that helps a little. You can also get with one of the gearheads on chat and have them send someone to measure a specific size for you.

5 5

Good Stuff, as Expected

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

My wife loves this jacket and it has preformed for a few years now without letdown. H2No works great and it has handled everything thrown at it so far.

What is the center back length of a medium?

5 5

AWESOME!!!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I finally broke down and bought a raincoat, and I'm so glad I picked this one! I bought it in birch white, which is holding up well. Love the pit zips, things can get a little steamy while disc golfing! I have enough room to layer a down mid layer under without it being to snug. Hand pockets are super soft on the inside as well! I'm 5' 6" 135lbs and bought the small. My hips are kind've wide, so its slightly snug, but zips fine! Can't say enough good things about this coat!

4 5

Could be a bit more waterproof

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

While in Costa Rica I had to lean on the "po man's umbrella" plants to keep me fully dry. The Patagonia Torrentshell was finally defeated in the rainy season of Costa Rica. Pretty impressive as it's been through rain in Moab, Zion and Munich this year. Overall it's a great jacket with a good fit and keeps you pretty dry. In extreme conditions I might look for something with that extra touch of waterproof. (Probably Gore-Tex instead to this H2NO. It'll get there someday though!)

I wear a small in pretty much everything I own and this Small is a great fit. Patagonia is known for their long arms and short torsos in jackets. The arms in these are a great length and the torso fits just fine. Hood is big enough for a helmet but with a cinch if you need to make it smaller.

Could be a bit more waterproof
Great rain jacket

Great rain jacket

Does a great job at keeping you dry in light to medium rain, but the rainy season in Costa Rica really tested the limits. I'll be taking some Nikwax to the jacket to see if it can be absolutely waterproof.

5 5

Love this shell!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I bought this shell to use for all seasons. So far I have used it this fall in rainy, windy weather and over the top of my down jacket for wind and rain. It keeps me warm and dry. I love the fact that the hood has a couple different ways to adjust it to make it fit tightly, loosely or rolled up when it's not needed. I like my jackets loose, so I did buy an xl so that I have plenty of room for layering underneath during the cool weather, yet it doesn't seem too big when worn over just a t-shirt for the warmer weather. I am very happy with this purchase!

I'm 5'7", 125#, 34 chest, AND long waisted. Would you guys suggest small or medium?

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Hey Laurie,
Sounds like you need the small! Medium will give you an extra inch in length, but you would really need to layer up to fill that extra volume.
Scroll down and you'll see that Laura LaBar (Backcountry Gearhead) and several customers have provided some helpful measurements and respective sizes! I agree with Geoff Conner's response - go with chest measurement. Sounds like you are at the lower range of a small so I think you might be swimming in a medium. Hopefully that helps!

I am 5'7" and weigh 140lb, I usually wear a size 4 or a small in tops and size 6 in pants. I am debating whether a small or a medium would fit best for me in this jacket, and I would like to be able to layer it. Could you recommend what size would be best?

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Hey Heather,
Patagonia recommends a a size S for a size 4-6. However, for the best fit, I would recommend going of the chest measurements. A size S is going to fit a 34-35 in chest and a size M is going to fit a 36-37 in chest. If you have any more questions about this jacket or any other gear, please give me a call at 1-800-409-4502 ext 4446 or email at gconner@backcountry.com

Responded on

Heather,

If the extra info helps, I wear a Medium in the Torrentshell, and I'm 5'4'', 140 lbs, 36C, usually a size 6 in pants and a Medium in most tops.

5 5

THE ONE

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

After some very thorough research for a new rain jacket, I purchased the Patagonia Torrentshell. I compared it to the North Face Venture and the Marmot Precip--the Torrentshell won by a landslide. I used this jacket mainly while paddling in Resurrection Bay in Seward, AK. When you put this puppy on, you immediately feel a difference in material. It does NOT feel like a trash bag. The material is light, durable and comfortable. Armpit vents add great ventilation. The pockets are zippered, perfect for storing things you don't want to lose. Jacket stores inside itself--this was integral for backpacking, as I had limited room in my backpack. The hood has a stiff visor making it ideal for keeping precipitation off your face. The sleeves have velcro fasteners allowing you to cinch down the wrist cuffs. My favorite detail was the fleece lined zipper chin chin guard and fleece lined neck. It was such a subtle detail, but it made wearing a rain jacket 10x cozier. I am 5ft, 115 lbs, 34 bust. Size small fits great with room for layering.

Patagonia Torrentshell Jacket

Patagonia Torrentshell Jacket

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Awesome picture !!!

I selected this image to feature on the Community Hub at the bottom of the Backcountry.com homepage! Congrats on being utterly GOATWORTHY !!!

5 5

Great rain jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

This was a perfect purchase. Needed a super light rainjacket for afternoon thundershowers in northern Arizona. The rain can be torrential during the monsoon, so the jacket needed to be more than whisper light. This one fits the bill. I got the pineapple color - super cute and makes you visible without being neon while on the bike. I'm on the small side (5'5", 120 lbs) and got the XS -- it's plenty roomy if I want to have a sweatshirt or fleece underneath, but it's not too roomy. Patagonia quality. Nice. Happy!

What is the center back length on this jacket?

Best Answer Responded on

Hey Michelle,

The center back length of a small is 28 inches. +/- 1 inch each size you go up or down.

5 5

Such rain, very lightening. Wow.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

This jacket has seen all sort of weather, and does a great job keeping it out provided you zip it all all of the way. The arm vent zippers keep you from body suffocation while hiking around, and the hood comes with a neat little brim to keep water off your hair and out of your face (though as seen in the photo, sometimes its fun to let your hair out in a storm).

I trust this jacket and it's never given me any reason not to.

Such rain, very lightening. Wow.

Can the Patagonia down sweater jacket be...

Can the Patagonia down sweater jacket be zipped into this Torrentshell and if so, do you buy the same size shell as the down jacket?
Thanks!

Best Answer Responded on

Hey Michelle,

The Down Sweater really isn't a zip in compatible piece. That doesn't mean it isn't a great jacket for layering. Honestly, the zip in tech trend is really more of a gimmick. Most good performance pieces wont be zip in compatible because the cost and weight doesn't outweigh any benefit it provides.

Caught me a Keeper

Caught me a Keeper

This jacket keeps me dry, doesn't make you sweat when it's warm out, and generally just makes you look like you know what you're doing....even when you don't. Isn't that what good gear is all about?

5 5

great upgrade!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I had my last Patagonia rain jacket for 10 years before it finally retired recently. I was not looking forward to a new one because I loved my old one. Well, in 10 years Patagonia has definitely upgraded it's basic rain jacket. So many new bells and whistles! I love the design of the highly adjustable hood, the velcro at the cuffs, the placement of the pockets, great pit zips, sweet color (I got pineapple which I prefer to think of as banana slug), soft spot at the back of the neck, etc. This jacket is comfortable, attractive, and functional. And because Patagonia products are of such high quality, I am so glad I will likely enjoy it for another 10 years!

I am trying to decide between a medium and...

I am trying to decide between a medium and large in this jacket, I am 5'10" and weigh 150lbs. I don't want it too tight that I couldn't wear a fleece under it too though. Any thoughts?

Best Answer Responded on

Hey Erin, I would order that in Large so that you have enough room to layer underneath it. My shell personally runs more narrow through the hips so I find even if I don't have anything layered underneath the jacket it isn't too bulky. A really great measurement to go off of when jacket shopping online is your chest measurement. You'll want to measure around the fullest part of your bust and compare that measurement to the 'Chest' measurement on the Patagonia sizing chart, that way you know you are snagging a size that will fit around your chest (woman problems)

I hope that helps!

Sizing Chart:
http://www.backcountry.com/Store/content/sizingChart.jsp?chartId=12&categoryId=bcsCat2111123

5 5

Excellent! Buy this raincoat!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I really did my research before making this purchase. Living, working and playing outside in the Pacific Northwest and I really wanted something light weight, breathable and feminine looking and this jacket has it all. It was between this and the Marmot PreCip and from what I've heard from others, they are both pretty comparable but the PRICE is what sold me on this one. I love it, it's great for layering and on it's own. I'm 5'11'' 140lbs and fit great in a medium. Only thing I would add is internal pockets for wet avoidance storage but it's a solid coat. Go for it!

5 5

perfect

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Best rain jacket I've owned. I've had it for a year and absolutely no complaints. I live in Seattle and hike a lot, and this has met or exceeded expectations. I'm 5'6 125 lbs, usually a Small, I ordered a Medium in this and I'm glad I did -- I can use it in the winter over a ton of layers, but in the summer it doesn't feel hugely oversized when worn with just a tank. I even wore this as my outer layer snowboarding in a pinch and it was perfect.