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Protects you from multiple nuisances and hazards.

Protect yourself from falling rain, as well as inattentive, clueless motorists, when you wear the Showers Pass Men's Storm Jacket. This ultra-bright neon yellow jacket is hard to miss, but just in case, Showers Pass added reflective trim on all sides for 360-degree visibility. And if you're lucky enough that the rain is your only concern, count on the waterproof breathable membrane and fully taped seams to keep you dry and comfortable.

  • Two–way front zipper regulates body temperature
  • Dropped tail in the rear offers extra coverage in the saddle
  • Large back vent allows air to move through the jacket
  • Elastic cuffs and hem keep warmth in and rain out
  • Fleece lining in collar prevents chafing
  • Mesh stuff sack included


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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.

4 5

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)?