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Outside there's a storm churning, but thanks to the storm-proof and highly-breathable Stoic Women's Stash Shell, you're headed to the hills regardless. At 13 ounces, this fully-welded jacket leaves a hardly noticeable weight inside your trekking pack, and it achieves this feather-lightness without sacrificing any of the 20k-rated weatherproof protection. Stoic even kept the small luxuries like underarm zips and a fully-adjustable hood so you can adapt to foul weather with supreme comfort.

  • 20K-rated waterproof fabric offers supreme protection from downpours, heavy snow, and precipitation so you stay dry as a bone
  • 20K-rated breathability allows the fabric to transfer sweaty moisture from inside the shell outward so you feel comfortable, not clammy
  • Fully-welded construction eliminates areas of chafing at seams, locks out the elements, and gives this shell superior durability
  • 3-D ergonomic fit allows this shell to move with you with maximum mobility
  • Fully-adjustable hood easily fits over a ski or climbing helmet so you can protect your head and face when a storm rolls in mid-session
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'Grenadine/Wasabi' = Bright Orange

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small

Color: Was stoked to get this jacket at this price. Sadly, it is being returned due to the color. "Grenadine" looked bright red on my screen and in person is it traffic cone orange. Total bummer/deal breaker.

Fit: 5'4, broad shoulders, 160 lbs. Fit was snug (in belly), fine in chest, back length was fine , arms were long (but I am used to that).

Love it!

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

I had been searching for the perfect rain jacket for about 4 months before the outlet sale on this Stoic persuaded me to buy it. I am thrilled that I did it is a wonderful little jacket. From light rain to going for a jog in a down pour I have always stayed dry, and I rarely over heat. The material is soft and pliable keeping you dry without making you feel like you're wearing a plastic or rubber suit. The fit is great, it is longer in back, which I like. I am short and curvy, 5'2 and 150, and got the L, which fits me well with enough room to wear a sweatshirt underneath if it gets chilly. So far in the wet NYC spring it has been a dream, can't wait to see how it fare on camping and hiking trips in the summer and fall. If you're on the fence, I say buy it.

Stoic gray/blue

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

I'm 5'5" 124 pounds with an athletic frame. I ordered a small and it fits great, though if you're going to be using this as a shell over a thick jacket I would go a size up. This light weight jacket has been great and is definitely waterproof. Best uses would be for running or warmer days skiing.

Sloppy Construction

  • Fit: True to size

I'm about 5' 5", 110 pounds, ~33AA, petite frame, and the small fit wonderfully over a base, mid, and down layer. I had gotten this jacket in hopes to use it for skiing, climbing, defending myself from the rain, and just taking my Newfie for a romp.

However, the dark grey glue on only one side of the chest seams made a dark line--the seams had been clearly mismatched--this aesthetic asymmetry was an immediate "deal-breaker". It was so bold that it looks almost as though someone had taken a Sharpie and had drawn a line on one side of the chest. I checked all the seams and some of the glue looked like it was very sloppily applied.

Apart from that, the jacket--color, fit, style--looked great. I'm a big fan of Stoic's colors. The functions on this jacket also seemed to work pretty well when I tried it on. Although, simply disappointed about the ugliness of the glue, I hadn't even tried it outside. The jacket was also surprisingly soft, which I didn't expect from a shell, which made me a little skeptical. I am thinking about re-ordering one with a note to make sure the glue isn't visible, since the pros seem to outweigh the cons.

Overall, I wouldn't be able to recommend it seeing as it might be "hit or miss" with the construction quality. Although, I had recently gifted my boyfriend Stoic merino baselayer bottoms, and I suppose they work great for him (yet, I'm too busy thinking they look great). So, thus far, I only have a half a strike down for Stoic in my book.

Stoic has won me over

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

This jacket is well made, light and contours nicely. I am petite (5'1", 100 lbs) and found the xs fit nicely. I initially purchased this jacket for x country skiing and found it perfect and easy to layer (very warm). I have also used it for early morning dog walks (the grenadine is visible - which is what I was looking for). I recommend this jacket.


    Sizing: I'm 5'7"and usually fit small. If you approx match & looking for a slim fit, buy small. If you're planning on layering, buy medium. I did the latter, since I purchased for winter.

    Result: very pleased, medium fit looked just right. Arm length is perfect; with arms outstretched, my hands are still half-way covered. The back, however, does not cover the derriere entirely; refer to the above slideshow (exactly how that shows, it only covers half). Finally, the color in person was a bolder orange-grenadine than the red-grenadine my screen had me perceive.

    Rating: It held up against Vancity's freezing rain, but is not as effective against the wind; therefore not particularly a 2 in 1 jacket. Nevertheless, it locks in the warmth pretty ok & I'm extremely satisfied with its waterproofness. Finally, the hood sits partially over my face when wearing a ponytail -not long enough to prevent the rain from spraying in, & the underarm vents are not mesh lined.

    I give it a 3.5/5 due to the misses I described above (back length, color, wind, hood, vents).

    Besides all that - overall, I'm satisfied.

    Delivers as advertised

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Purchased this jacket with the intention of taking it on future trekking/backpacking trips, but already using it on my morning runs through chilly, damp NYC weather. Fit is true to size, but if you're going to wear it over a puffy down jacket, go up a size. Unless you own an ultra light down jacket.

    exceeded expectations

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    When the jacket arrived, the package was so small and light that I seriously doubted the quality of the felt like I was holding a piece of paper! Good thing I was wrong! The material is soft on the outside and the color is better than the picture can do it justice. I've been wearing this in rainy Vancouver for everyday commuting, hiking, and even cycling and it has kept me consistenly dry (my pants and shoes were not so lucky unfortunately). The sleeves are long, but I like it that way as it keeps my hands warm. Great product for the price. I may buy a second one since I tend to destroy rain jackets. I'll be travelling to Peru in December, and I definitely plan to pack this jacket over my Goretex due to its lightness.

    Is there more info available on the membrane...

    Is there more info available on the membrane such as # of layers and type (i.e., eVent)? Thanks!

    Unfortunately, Stoic product descriptions seem to be kind of vague on what types of material are used. eVent is not named specifically, nor is Gore-Tex, but the jacket is rated to be highly waterproof. As for number of layers, that will depend on what types of layers you plan to use (fleece vs. down, etc.) and what size jacket you purchase.

    Unanswered Question

    Is the cut and fit of this similar to the...

    Is the cut and fit of this similar to the women's non-insulated bombshell jacket? I currently have that in a Medium, and it is quite a roomy fit (enough for a light puffy underneath), although according to the sizing chart I should be an XS.