Sierra Designs Hurricane HP Jacket
I had this jacket for less than a week before the…
Price Paid: $30
I had this jacket for less than a week before the zipper on the chest pocket broke. A week later it ripped along the pit zip and down the sleeve of the jacket.
Wore it in a downpour and after about 30 minutes it seemed as if I wasn't wearing a rain jacket at all! I would NOT recommend this jacket to anyone! Spend the extra money and buy something better...
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The Sierra Designs Hurricane Jacket for men offers a great fit and lightweight design, making it perfect for backpacking and day hikes. Ripstop nylon features a solvent-free, waterproof/breathable laminate; polyurethane finish reduces interior condensation. Full, PVC-free seam taping ensures complete protection. Double stormflaps surround full-length front zipper; underarm zippers allow airflow as you warm up. Helmet-compatible hood keeps wayward snowflakes out of your eyes. Drawcord hem and adjustable cuffs seal out the elements. 2 zippered hand pockets and 1 upper pocket. Sierra Designs Hurricane Jacket includes a stuff sack for packing. Closeout.
- REI refers to the men's version
150 more breathable than last year's jacket and packed with even more features, the Hurricane HP Jacket for Men is as easy on the eyes as it is on your wallet.
- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version
The Sierra Designs Hurricane HP is an even better choice for a back-up breathable hard-shell. Carry it along, even if the skies look friendly, and you'll always have an insurance policy to keep you smiling. Compressible, a Fast Pack Hood, and all the details you'll need if you hit the skids.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
Even though the weather outside is raging, you'll feel like you're in the eye of the storm when you wear the Sierra Designs Mens Hurricane Jacket. This lightweight and highly compressible rain shell feature PVC-free seam tape to seal out moisture and underarm zip vents to dump heat when things get steamy.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version