Sherpa Adventure Gear Chakra Rain Jacket

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The Sherpa Adventure Gear Chakra thigh-length rain jacket is long on style--and rain protection--for those damp days when you need that extra coverage.

- REI

Sherpa owned, Sherpa designed, and Sherpa tested, Sherpa Adventure Gear is made in Nepal with the highest standards of quality. The Women's Chakra Rain Jacket is built to protect you from wet weather whether you're in Kathmandu, New York City, or anywhere in between. Made of ripstop nylon, this long full-zip jacket features articulation in the elbows and curved seams in the torso for a refined fit with an optimal range of motion. The beautiful printed designs on the hood, hem, and cuffs are mandalas inspired by the Buddhist "wheel of life."

- Backcountry.com

When the rain is coming at you from all angles and you need to protect more than your top half, grab Sherpa's Chakra Jacket. Made from a Sukatec fabric, this jacket uses two and a half layers of fabric to keep you dry under all heavy rains, articulated elbows for a wide range of movement, and a waterproof zipper to ensure no rain will ever get in. With a long cut, some cute cuff patterning, and a prayer flag, you get a ton of style and a little bit of luck upon every wear. PRODUCT FEATURES: Name story: In Sanskrit, chakra literally means wheel or turning. In yogic traditions, chakras can be thought of as focal points or vortices of energy in the human body Fabric: 100% ripstop nylon coated with polyurethane Sherpa's Sukatec 2.5-layer laminates (regular and stretch) are windproof, waterproof, breathable and have a 10,000mm/10,000g rating Articulation in the elbows, and curvaceous seams in the torso, refine the fit Adjustable hood has a snap closure at the chin Centre front has a two-way, water-resistant zipper (with inner placket) to keep water out Two hand pockets zip shut to secure essentials Snap/tab adjustments at sleeve cuffs seal in body warmth

- Appalachian Outdoors