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Showers Pass Rogue Hooded Jacket - Men's

$174.95

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    Going rogue ain't so bad.

    If you commute by bike, you already know how important it is to have functional, thoughtful clothing in order to keep yourself covered once colder days roll around. The team at Showers Pass know this better anyone, which is why it came up with the Rogue Hooded Jacket. This cycling-specific softshell is both comfortable and versatile. It fits just like your favorite sweatshirt, except that it shrugs off light precipitation, and it won't turn into a sweat rag once you get pedaling. Your morning ride to work just got a little bit better.

    Showers Pass built the Rogue hooded jacket from a fleece-lined and waterproof softshell material. The 10,000mm waterproof rating means that it's as waterproof as most rain jackets, only way more comfortable. The fleece backing adds a touch of warmth, which makes it ideal for days when the mercury has dropped below about 50 degrees. And to continue this theme of warmth, Showers Pass also included an adjustable hood that fits over most helmets.

    The Rogue jacket is cut for logging time on the bike. Naturally, this means that there's a drop tail for deflecting wheel-spray and to keep your backside covered from the elements. The core has a conforming fit in order to keep flapping to a minimum, even when you're in the drops. The sleeves have been cut generously long in order to accommodate a stretched out position over the hoods, and the wrist gaiters have thumb loops that keep the sleeves from riding up.

    Further enhancing the functionality is a large zippered pocket at the back, which is accessible from the right side of the jacket. There's also reflective detailing throughout the construction that improves your visibility to motorists in critical low-light conditions. Lastly, there's a light loop by the back pocket that further enhances your chances of being seen.

    The Showers Pass Rogue Hooded Jacket is available in four sizes from Small to X-Large and in the colors Black and Bark Brown.

    • Item #SHO0047

    Tech Specs

    Material
    Artex (3-layer)
    Fabric Waterproof Rating
    10,000 mm
    Fabric Breathability Rating
    5000 g/m²
    Seams
    not taped
    Fit
    semi-form
    Hood
    yes
    Venting
    full-length front zipper
    Season
    spring, fall, winter
    Pockets
    2 front (one with audio port), 1 back
    Recommended Use
    cool and wet weather cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    This is an absolutely phenomenal Jacket. From fit, function, looks and durability Shower's pass has produced an excellent jacket for commuting or casual wear off the bike in cold and rainy conditions.



    A semi-form fit makes for an active look on and off the bike, but allows ample space for extra layers. The hood is large and can fit over a helmet. An extra long back keeps water from crawling up where it is very much unwanted. The jacket is lined with a very comfortable but sturdy fleece which is warm, but breathable with a superb 3 layer construction. Water beads right off, even in a downpour and you'll be warm and dry no matter the condition. Finally the durability has been impressive. It's the jacket I wear most often for commuting, or off the bike on cold, drizzly or snowy days. Very little signs of wear and tear and I expect this will last me a very long time.



    If you have any questions on this jacket or anything form Showers Pass, please feel free to contact me directly at tjackson@backcountry.com

    Is this more of a winter commuting jacket or can it be used for hard riding where it breathes well and insulates in sub freezing temps?