When you're hiking or climbing in wet weather, it's never a good time when you have to choose between being dry or being comfortable. With full waterproof protection and a stretchy construction, the Patagonia Stretch Rainshadow Jacket lets you have both without needing to choose. It's made with a waterproof and breathable H2No membrane that'll keep you dry from the outside without leaving you soaking with sweat on the inside, and features a stretchy face fabric that moves with you and not against you to help you push on in rainy weather. This shell is also now made using ECONYL, a recycled nylon ripstop that finds innovative ways to reuse nylon, like taking material from discarded fishing nets and bringing it back to life in your outdoor clothing. In addition to comfortable movement, a super lightweight feel, and an eco-friendly design, the Stretch Rainshadow has lots of feature to help you thrive in inclement weather. The helmet-compatible hood fits easily over a climbing helmet when storm clouds roll in unexpectedly, and features a laminated visor for optimal visibility. Underam vents allow for a steady stream of cooling airflow when you're out in warmer climates, and a drawcord-adjustment hem helps seal out the cold when you're pushing on late into the fall. You've got zippered hand pockets that keep necessary gear stashed and secure, and a chest pocket that doubles as a stuff sack when blue skies return and you want to shed the shell.
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