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Trail Short Sleeve Rain Anorak

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The Trail Short Sleeve Rain Anorak is the perfect solution for those humid thunderstorms. Featuring a three-layer waterproof, yet breathable shell, it'll keep you plenty dry no matter what Mother Nature has to say—but with short sleeves, it's perfect for a variety of temperatures.

Rider Reviews

  • 4.5
  • 4 Reviews

Too much fabric at neck

There is a ton of fabric at the neck. Also when you unzip there fabric underneath so it does not get air in. This would be way too hot to ride in warmer temperatures which is what I wanted it for.

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Michael P.

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Great shell for questionable weather days

Perfect size and weight to carry on a iffy weather ride. Packs small and good even as a wind breaker.

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Eric B.

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Perfect for spring snowboarding

This was perfect for spring snowboarding. Kept me cool and dry from the snow. Ran true to size for me.

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David

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LOVE this anorak with one flaw. Super smart design, but definitely runs small and has a weird zipper opening.

This thing is sick. I wear it any time it rains or might rain. The fact that you can turn it into a belt pouch is great. I'm usually a size medium in jackets )and even have an old Patagonia size small jacket I can get into, but it's tight.) And for me, the size Large in this was perfect. Would go up a size. Also, the mesh inside the main zipper looks sweet, but only lets you open the opening an extra half inch, which is a really bizarre design choice IMO. If there was extra material so you could open it wider, it would make sense to me. I ended up having a tailor just remove the inner lining of the zipper, so I can actually breathe if I need to open the zipper. Aside from that, the cut and finish on this is great. I got the green cloud looking one, which I also am a big fan of.

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Josh

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