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Showers Pass Double Century Jacket - Men's $0.00
If you need a ‘just in case’ shell that looks and acts more like a real jacket than a trash bag, the Showers Pass Double Century Jacket will keep you dry and looking prepared next time the forecast is wrong. Since that talking bobblehead on television is nearly always wrong, the Double Century is a great jacket to have in your jersey pocket or messenger bag.
- A feathery 9-ounce weight makes carrying this jacket less of a chore
- Fully taped seams and waterproof zippers keep water from seeping in
- Drawcord waist lets you lock out the elements
- Light loop on rear vent ensures you always have a place for your blinky
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- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
- Natural Waist:
- Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
- Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
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Great rain jacket! I really like this one. Have had others by Showers Pass, Craft, Hind, Castelli and this is the best. Wore it a few times now, last one on a 3 hour ride in 45 degree temp. I stayed pretty dry and definitely didn't over heat or get cold. Two way zipper and pit zips are great. Got the white one so it's visible yet has style points.
Shower's Pass / Double Century Men's Jacket Large
Looking for a mountain biking jacket for occasional bad weather, as breathable as possible and still have taped seams, not an easy chore as most felt like rubber or were too light. This jacket was the only one I liked after trying on about six of 'em, including the P. Izumi, Patagonia, and others. The main reasons were that the fit was excellent, more roomy (unlike all the others which were too tight in the arms and obviously not very layerable beneath). I also liked the extra coverage jacket tail, reflective piping, a loop on the rear vent for a blinker light, and that if you left the arms open, the jacket would vent thru the arms and out the back. The fabric quality was also obvious. A nice jacket for the price.