Sierra Designs Hurricane Jacket
|Center Back Length||
27.25 in (Medium)
5,000 grams per sq m
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From a light drizzle all the way to a brutal storm, the Hurricane Jacket from Sierra Designs is there to keep you nice and dry. Made with a waterproof, but breathable fabric, turning to this jacket whenever the rain kicks in is always a good idea, and with some underarm vents and the perfect amount of waterproofing, you won't get muggy or left without a place for your essentials. Whether you're on a rainy fishing trip or just hitting the town on a grey day, you'll love everything that the Hurricane Jacket will do for you. PRODUCT FEATURES: High level of waterproofness will keep you dry in even the worst downpours Simple underarm vents keep you cool without the bulk and hassle of pit zips Two, comfortable zippered hand pockets and additional chest pocket hold essentials Exterior storm flap with no Velcro tabs makes zipping and un-zipping fast and easy Hem drawcord and adjustable cuff-tabs block out cold Regular fit accommodates base layers and mid layers Center Back Length: 27 in Air Permeability: 0 CFM Water Entry Pressure: 15,500 mm Weight: 11 oz/0.31 kg Shell: 40D 100% Nylon woven ripstop, DWR, PU clear coat Liner: 100% Polyester tafetta & mesh
- Appalachian Outdoors
Designed for waterproof performance, comfort and styling, the women's Sierra Designs Hurricane Jacket is perfect for keeping you dry on hikes or around town.
The Sierra Designs Hurricane Jacket is designed with a soft taffeta lining for comfort, classic new styling and higher waterproofnees. The new Hurricane jacket adds up to a tremendous value.
Designed with a soft taffeta lining for comfort, classic new styling and higher waterproofness, the new Hurricane Jacket adds up to a tremendous value. The thoughtful design includes an interior snap pocket to hold cell phones in a comfortable position, a soft liner and brushed tricot collar for extra comfort, and a hood that will lay flat under a pack when it isn't in use.
- Rocky Mountain Trail