ExOfficio Rain Logic Jacket
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A rain jacket so smart ExOfficio named it Logic. It has an advanced internal 8-pocket travel system and packs into its own hood, so throw it in your bag and be ready for weather in every language.
- REI refers to the men's version
Winner of Fish Alaska Magazine Editors' Choice Award 2014 "This jacket lives up to its name. Waterproof, windproof, and breathable - it makes a logical addition to the outerwear choices for people who don't hide from the elements." - Fish Alaska Magazine A rain jacket so smart we named it Logic. Completely waterproof, fully seam sealed, and breathable so you can stay dry and active without overheating. Constructed with 2.5 layers: a lightweight face fabric to block water, a polyurethane laminate to block wind, and a protective inner sheen for abrasion-resistance and durability. It features an advanced internal four-pocket travel system and packs into its own hood, so throw it in your bag and be ready for weather in every language.
- ExOfficio refers to the men's version
Free Shipping. ExOfficio Men's Rain Logic Jacket FEATURES of the ExOfficio Men's Rain Logic Jacket Attached 3-panel roll-up fitted hood with standup collar Fully seam sealed 10,000 mm water repellency 10,000 g/24h breathability Underarm zipper venting Packable right hand pocket FlyQ 4-Pocket System Two security zip chest pockets with urethane-coated zippers Shaped cuff with hook and loop wrist closure Drop-tail hem for added coverage Elastic hem cinch cord
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
It may be dry and warm where you live, but it's the rainy season where you're headed. Stay on top of changing weather with the highly packable ExOfficio Rain Logic Jacket. This travel-worthy rain jacket comes with fully taped seams and water-resistant zippers prevent falling rain and snow from sneaking in through the fabric joints. A plethora of interior and exterior pockets provide dedicated space for your passport, boarding pass, keys, phone, and other travel gear.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version