Sierra Designs Hurricane Jacket

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Specs

Weight 13.5 oz
Center Back Length 30 in (Large)
Waterproof 5,000 mm
Breathability 5,000 grams per sq m
Shell Fabric Hurricane

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sierra Designs's Hurricane Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Sierra Designs Hurricane Jacket for MenThe Sierra Designs Hurricane Jacket for Men combines comfort and practicality for high-performance hiking in the rain. A waterproof finish, hem drawcord and adjustable cuff tabs keep you safe from the elements, while a soft interior liner and brushed tricot collar keep you warm inside. Underarm vents also provide ventilation to keep you cool as you move. Packed with pockets, this jacket includes a purpose-built interior pocket that comfortably accommodates cell phones, two zippered side pockets and a chest pocket. With a classic design and compact performance lining, the Sierra Designs Hurricane Jacket for Men is essential gear for unpredictable weather.

- SunnySports

The Sierra Designs Hurricane Jacket has new, improved comfort, performance and styling. With a full lining, classic new design and higher waterproof rating, this full-on rain coat is a tremendous value.

- CampSaver.com

The Hurricane rain jacket is a trusty companion for rainy backcountry excursions, quick day hikes or around-town wear.

- REI

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 Men's Hurricane Jacket. The durable nylon ripstop shell has a DWR coating and a PU clear coat to keep you dry even when during a torrential downpour, and it's lined with taffeta and mesh for breathability and comfort. The regular fit allows plenty of room to wear layers underneath so you can just toss it over whatever you're wearing, whether you're on the trail or in the city. Die-cut underarm vents keep you cool without the hassle of zippers, while a hem drawcord and cuff tabs prevent chilly drafts from blowing in. Plus, the hand and chest pockets are accessible even when you have a pack on.

- Backcountry.com