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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Isis's Drench Coat page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

If you don't need the full-length of the Isis Cloud Duster yet desire more than a standard jacket, the improved Drench Coat for Women is the ideal choice. Reaching to around mid-thigh, this gives you great protection on blustery days without slowing you down. This year we have upgraded the waterproof fabric with a nicer texture and greater durability. The pockets are also improved with taffeta along the edges. Other niceties include an internal iPod pocket and a hood that rolls into the collar.

- Altrec Outdoors

Isis' Drench Coat assures that drippy downpours won't dampen your vacation getaway. Celebrate the rain in a fully seam-taped jacket with enough length to shield shorts, skirts and dresses.

- Mountain Gear

Whether you are on the trail or sidewalk the women's Drench Coat from Isis will keep you protected. A mid-thigh lenght gives you extra protection and style. PRODUCT FEATURES: Taped seam construction Guaranteed waterproof Adjustable hood stows inside collar Taffeta and mesh-lined pockets Right hand pocket turns into stuff pocket Internal zip security pocket Velco cuffs Body length 34" Fabric: nylon ripstop w/XPR coating and DWR finish

- Appalachian Outdoors

Mother Nature might rain on your parade, but the Isis Women's Drench Coat Jacket will keep you bone dry from your head to toe. Thanks to a dual water-repellent coating and seam-taped fabric, Isis guarantees the Drench's waterproofing amidst foul weather. An internal security pocket holds small essentials, or you can use the right-hand pocket as a stuff sack that allows you to pack this jacket inside itself. On more mild days, you can stow the hood inside the collar to keep it out of your way, and open the top couple of buttons to stay cool on the bus or train.

- Backcountry.com