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Hot Pack Norain Jacket - Men's

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$149.95 - $169.95


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Hot Pack Norain Jacket

The Hot Pack NoRain Jacket may not be as lightweight, waterproof, and breathable as the Ultralight version, but it's still eminently packable and provides all the protection needed for those days when clouds are threatening in early spring and late fall. It's enough protection to keep you dry for hours in light to moderate precipitation as long as you aren't lying in a puddle or riding in a monsoon.


  • Packable rain jacket has bike-minded features for cyclists
  • Quiet fabrics remain nearly silent in wind or during dynamic movement
  • Multi-layer fabric is lightweight while retaining wind and water resistance
  • Integrated stuff pocket packs the jacket enough to fit in a jersey pocket
  • Stretchy side panels enhance mobility when you’re pushing pace
  • Item #STFC06W
multi-layered synthetic
spring, fall
integrated stuff pocket
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5 out of 5 stars

November 21, 2021


I've used it several times

This jacket isn't as packable as the other sportful hotpack jackets but it's worth a lot more warmth. It's still small enough to strap under my saddle bag and stay out of the way, where its integrated travel sack keeps it safe from road spray. I leave it there throughout the winter to account for the temperamental weather here in the Rockies and it's a terrific backup for the 20% of rides where I guess the wrong wardrobe. I can't say exactly how water proof it is but I care mostly about the wind. The arms are long and clingy, the torso is nicely elastic if not a race fit, and I often forget whether I'm still wearing it. As with other sportful tops I size up by one.

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Evan S

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