Snow and sleet, freezing rain, tropical storms- the Women's Torrentshell Jacket keeps you dry through the lot with its H2No Performance Standard protection, which is durable, lightweight and versatile.
The 2.5-layer jacket uses a new 100% recycled nylon face fabric, has a waterproof/breathable barrier and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish, and stuffs into one of two zippered handwarmer pockets (with a carabiner clip-in loop).
The 2-way-adjustable hood has a laminated visor, and rolls down and stows away with a simplified cord-and-hook design. The centre zipper has a minimal-welt exterior with interior storm flaps, and the ventilating pit zips have storm flaps and DWR-treated zippers.
With a microfleece-lined neck, hook-and-loop cuff closures and a drawcord hem the Torrentshell from Patagonia has all bases covered.
- Fabric: H2No: 2.5 layer recycled ripstop nylon
- Waterproof & breathable
- DWR coating
- 2 way adjustable
- Roll down & Stow- cord and hook design
- Laminated visor
- Microfleece lined neck
- Full length zip with interior and exterior storm flaps
- DWR treated zips
- Hoop-and-loop cuff closures
- Adjustable drawcord hem
- Stuffs into own pocket
- 2 hand warmer pockets with storm flap
- Venting pit zips
- Weight: 300g
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