Patagonia Torrentshell Trench Coat

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Specs

Weight 15.9 oz / 451 g
Fabric 2.5 Layer, 2.6 oz 50-Denier 100% Nylon Ripstop / Waterproof/Breathable H2No® Barrier / Deluge® DWR Finish

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Built for harsh conditions, Patagona's Torrentshell Trech Coat is a packable urban trench coat is made of lightweight nylon with a waterproof/breathable H2No barrier and Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish.

- CampSaver.com

Look good in a downpour! The Patagonia Torrentshell Trench Coat combines great style with the waterproof protection you expect from Patagonia.

- REI

You drop into the subway in sunny Soho and emerge 20 minutes later in a Harlem downpour. Pull this sophisticated, lightweight, highly compressible trench coat from your tote. It's made of a 2.5-layer, H2No(R) Performance Standard nylon ripstop fabric with an interior surface that channels moisture away from the skin and slides easily over layers. Weatherproofing details include an adjustable, removable hood that secures with hidden snaps and a full-length snapped placket complete with a 2-way zipper and storm flap. Articulated elbows allow freedom of movement; cuff tabs have 2-position snaps. Princess seaming and a removable, adjustable belt create a feminine silhouette. Two flapped patch pockets on the front secure with snaps; there's also a zippered interior mesh pocket. Above-the-knee length.

- Patagonia.com

You love the smell of spring flowers, and you don't even mind the rain when you're sheltered in the lightweight, packable Patagonia Women's Torrentshell Trench Coat. The 2. 5-layer H2No barrier defies water and wind but breathes and dries in a flash so you're protected from the inside and outside. A full-length front storm flap, snapped cuffs, and removable adjustable hood have you covered from head to just-above-knee in flattering, feminine style.

- Backcountry.com