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Rains Puffer Jacket Review


Several factors are involved in a Rains Puffer Jacket Review. First of all, we have to consider the brand’s customer service. Rains have a small following online, and many people have positive things to say about the company’s outerwear line. Secondly, this brand’s customer service is one of its strongest points.

Arc’teryx Beta LT

The Arc’teryx Beta LT is a lightweight, well-designed rain jacket that is packed and weatherproof. It offers a standard Gore-Tex face fabric and pit zips, as well as high-quality seam tape. We’d also like to point out the jacket’s excellent breathability, which is crucial during cold weather.

The Beta LT has been a staple of the Arc’teryx line for years but received a major update a few seasons ago. The updated version retains its standard 3-layer Gore-Tex shell and pit zips and carries a lower price tag of $399. This version is still very lightweight, packable, and extremely weatherproof despite its lower price.

Arcadia II

The Columbia Arcadia II Rains Puffer Jacket is a good choice for a rainy day. It is waterproof and breathable, making it a great choice for wet weather. However, it does not receive the Champion of the Earth Award. Arcadia II has many pros and a few cons.

The Columbia Arcadia II is a decent, affordable rain jacket. It has two-layer Omni-Tech waterproofing and a decent hood. While it lacks vents like Patagonia Stretch, it does provide a good amount of breathability and keeps you dry. Although the hood lacks vents, it offers plenty of protection and allows for layering. The fabric is durable and the stitching is solid.

lighthearted Gear’s Storm Racer

When it comes to waterproofing, LightHeart Gear’s Storm Racer Rain Jacket is an excellent choice. It’s extremely lightweight at 6.6 ounces in a size XL, yet has the same features as more expensive jackets, such as an adjustable hood and neck cords. It also comes with dual front handwarmer pockets, two internal drop pockets, and adjustable cuffs. It also has a long pit zip and a hood that adjusts for fit.

The Storm Racer rain jacket has a minimalist design that is intended for mountain running, but it still impresses with its weather resistance. One of the jacket’s standout features is its unique double-zipper system, which allows you to access your running vest while still enjoying excellent ventilation. Other features of this rain jacket include a taped-seam design and water-repellent zippers. The Storm Racer also features an adjustable hood, which means you can choose the right fit based on your body shape and preference.

Patagonia’s Storm Racer

The Patagonia Storm Racer Puffer Jacket is designed for running and other high-output activities in wet weather. It features an ultra-light 30-denier nylon ripstop fabric and a water-repellent finish. The lightweight and breathable jacket packs down small enough to fit into a Feed Bag.

The Storm Racer is very light, weighing only 175 grams in size Medium. It features one chest pocket with a zipper closure. The pocket also has a carabiner loop to attach the jacket to a harness or pack. Its chest pocket is large enough to accommodate a smartphone and a few bars.

ARKET’s down

This 100% recycled down rain jacket from Arket has a matte nylon stretch shell and a drawstring hood. It also has a two-way front zip with a quilted zip guard underneath. The oversized fit keeps the jacket light and feels durable. Whether it’s a casual day on the town or an adventurous expedition, you can count on this jacket to keep you dry.

Snow Peak’s Ozonic

The Mountain Hardwear Stretch Ozonic rain jacket is a mid-weight, high-performance rain shell. It features a seam-sealed waterproof membrane and a stretch outer fabric. It is moderately lightweight and packs small enough to fit into a backpack or a suitcase. The stretchy fabric provides a lot of movement flexibility while still ensuring that the jacket keeps out the elements.

The Ozonic’s hem cinch system has two cord locks. The cinch is adjustable and can be cinched up to keep out the wind. The hood is adjustable, and there are two hand pockets on the jacket. This makes it a versatile piece of gear for backpacking or mountain biking.