From enduring showers in downtown Seattle to combating coastal mist on Cape Cod, the Arc'teryx Women's Codetta Coat offers impenetrable protection from the wettest conditions with the help of 3-layer Gore-Tex construction. The Gore-Tex membrane not only seals out raging rainstorms and passing showers, but just as importantly in damp climates, it offers impressive breathability to prevent the clammy sensation inside of the jacket. Fully sealed seams and WaterTight zippers prevent outside moisture from sneaking in through the jacket's most vulnerable areas. The Codetta is designed with a street-savvy aesthetic to help you maintain your sense of style during urban commutes and daily errands in nasty weather. The regular fit with tailored lines allows comfortable room for layering up when it's chilly out, and the upper thigh length offers extra coverage and protection for inclement conditions. Gusseted underarms and articulated patterning promote a full range of motion, and a double kick pleat at the hem allows the back panel to fit over a bike seat. The spacious hood won't interfere with your up do and has a front brim to keep showers out of your eyes while you peddle to the office.
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