Weight 12.8 oz
Center Back Length 27.4 in (Size M)

Manufacturer's Description

Visit MontBell's Men's Rain Trekker Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Trail, high-mountain, or town, all active outdoor enthusiasts count a quality rain shell as a crucial piece of gear. Fully seam taped, feature rich, and light in weight, the Mont-Bell Rain Trekker Series is their most breathable and water resistant rain gear. Offering a nice blend of durability and compressibility, the 40-denier face fabric is a lightweight material that capitalizes on tenacious rip stop heritage. Fully adjustable and cut for layering, these garments make dealing with foul weather seem less miserable and more like a personal growth experience.

- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version

The MontBell Rain Trekker Jacket is a backpacking essential. This ultralight rain shell has a minimalist design so it takes up as little space in your pack so you have more room for the things you do. Made from Breeze Dry-Tec 3-layer material with a 40D rip stop nylon shell so the Rain Trekker Jacket can withstand vigorous trail use. Pit-zips keep you from overheating and an internal security pocket keeps your valuables safe. Fully seam taped 2-Way adjustable hood One hand hem adjuster Water-resistant Aqua-Tect Zippers on main zipper and pocket zippers 11.8 inch (30cm) pit-zips Stuff sack

- OMCgear refers to the men's version

Every backcountry traveler needs a lightweight and fully-waterproof layer. Montbell took the Men's Rain Trekker beyond the basic by designing this three-layer jacket to weigh in at a feathery 12.8-ounces. Urban riders, long-trail backpackers, and casual hikers alike will find that this rain shell provides supreme protection in a simple, comfortable package. And since it packs down small, you won't leave home without the Rain Trekker stowed in your bag.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

MontBell Rain Trekker Jacket

$159.00 (men's)

The MontBell Rain Trekker Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 18, 2014 at CampSaver.com.

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