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Showers Pass Hi Vis Torch Jacket - Women's



Hi Vis Torch Jacket

When the rainy season begins, don't let dim, wet streets force you out of the bike lane and back into your car and hours of traffic. Portland-based Showers Pass is no stranger to soggy, wet weather, and the brand designs kit with the purpose of keeping you outside comfortably in fog and drizzle. Using map graphics of major cycling cities around the world, the brand's Hi Vis Torch Jacket provides 360-degree reflectivity along with four LED Beacon lights to give you maximum visibility to other road users. Not forgetting about daytime riding, Showers Pass also included neon green side panels to catch motorists' attention in daylight, ensuring you stand out no matter when or where you're riding. Of course, the jacket is waterproof and fully seam-sealed, and its 3-layer Ripstop fabric allows for consistent airflow as you ride to keep you cool and dry, even if the air around you isn't.

  • Commute through the rain in this highly reflective jacket
  • Waterproof fabric blocks rain with fully sealed seams
  • Breathable 3-layer design wicks moisture consistently
  • Regular fit layers easily over your commuting duds
  • 4 removable LED lights enhance visibility at night
  • Core vents improve airflow as you ride
  • Chest pocket shields water-sensitive items from rain
  • Compatible with separately sold Showers Pass Rain Hood
  • Item #SHO001J

[main body] MapReflect, [side panels] Elite (3-layer)
Waterproof Rating
15,000 mm
Breathability Rating
10,000 g/m²
core zips, back vent
1 zippered chest, 1 large back
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Beautifully made, but too heavy for me

I returned this product before using it
Runs large

This was my first experience with this brand, and the jacket was beautifully made. I love the reflective material. If I planned on using it for commuting, I would probably have kept it. As it was, it was too heavy of a rain jacket for training. It had cool features, like LED lights you attach to the back and the cuffs for even more visibility. It ran a little large, which is probably good for adding layers. I'm still looking for the perfect rain jacket, and if this one was lighter and more breathable, it would have been perfect!