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Ride through the rain.

Showers might come and go, but weather is a constant, so Showers Pass designed the Storm Men's Jacket to keep you dry in the drizzle without turning into a sweaty sauna. Made from ultra-visible stretch polyester, the Storm boasts fully taped seams to prevent soggy incursions into your inner layers, but also sports a mesh back panel to help regulate temperature and stop sweat from accumulating. The two-way front zipper allows for increase ventilation without sacrificing weather protection, while the elastic cuffs and hem stop wheel spray and wind-driven rain from finding any gaps and soaking you. As finishing touches, Showers Pass hooked the Storm up with a soft fleece collar lining to kick chin irritation to the side of the road, and added 360-degree reflective details to help you stay visible on overcast afternoons.

  • Stretch polyester fabric
  • Mesh back panel
  • Fully taped seams
  • Two-way front zipper
  • Elastic cuffs and hem
  • Fleece collar lining
  • 360-degree reflectivity
  • Dropped back hem

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Normally wear a large, but planning to wear a long sleeve thicker shirt underneath- should I get a large or xl?

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If you wear a Large in US sizing, then I would suggest staying with a Large. If you plan to wear the Storm jacket over a thick jacket, then upsizing would be a good idea. I am 5'11" with a 41" chest, around 185LBS. The medium Showers Pass jackets fits me nice and snug. This is just over a light jacket or jersey.

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Showers Pass Storm Jacket

Good value, fits true to size and keeps you dry, even in Norway! Only wish it had a pocket for ID or something small...

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Is this jacket water-resistant and yet...

Is this jacket water-resistant and yet cool enough to wear here in the deep South (South Alabama)?