A fully waterproof, breathable Titanium jacket with advanced evaporation and a fully seam-sealed construction featuring an attached, adjustable, helmet-compatible hood and underarm venting. Designed with backpacks in mind, this jacket also has a dropped tail and is packable into a hand pocket.
Air-permeable protection that’s waterproof and breathable guaranteed.
SUPER FAST WICKINGTHAT KEEPS YOU DRY.
Disperses sweat across a broad surface area for accelerated evaporation.
Women’s EvaPOURation™ Premium Jacket is rated
4.7 out of
Rated 5 out of
Perfect features and lookThe product is very comfy, fits really well and protects against rain and wind without a problem. It looks very stylish and is suitable to wear in the downpours or just during slight breeze. (This review was collected as part of a promotion.)
Date published: 2017-09-23
Rated 4 out of
My wyfe love itI just bought it for my wyfe and she loves it. Just a little stiky when in contact with skin. It could improove with a shield or something. (This review was collected as part of a promotion.)
Date published: 2017-08-31
Rated 5 out of
Comfortably Flattering Fit and UtilityI'm very persnickety when it comes to clothing, particularly so when investing in hopefully long-lasting, functional outerwear. I was looking for a lightweight yet fairly water- and wind-proof rain jacket for transitional and/or precipitous weather. I've spent hours browsing a wide variety of styles and brands until finally and confidently deciding on this EvaPOURation jacket. I first fell in love with the color: the images online appeared to me to be more of a purplish-blue or indigo (which I do like) when I ordered it, but I was happily surprised at its actual rich royal blue hue (which I prefer). I had read some other reviews and was skeptical about how the sizing would turn out, since some suggested the fit was a bit on the tighter side of the spectrum. Given that information, and according to the size guide, I expected a size M would be sufficient. For reference, I'm typically a 36B bust, with a 29" waist and 37-38" hips, at a height of 5'3", and weight fluctuating between 125-145 lbs. . Unfortunately, size M was sold out at the time. But, I liked the design of the jacket enough to try a size S, worried I'd regret not trying it while figuring I could return it if it didn't work out. I'm so glad I took the risk. I normally don't partake in reviewing purchases, but was very happy with this purchase to the point where I thought I'd pay it forward and try to offer information for those of you on the fence. Firstly, it fits perfectly in almost all aspects, the only exception being the hood--it's really more of a personal preference that it not be quite so elongated, but that's only because I don't often wear hats or helmets underneath such things. Additionally, the cinching mechanism for the hood is kind of confusing, but that's probably just me being a bit incompetent and inexperienced with such things...I normally just yank the elastic until achieving a comfortable fit and field of view and hope it stays in place. (The cinching at the bottom of the jacket, near the hips, is more intuitive, but I don't use it in any case.) That being said, the hood isn't bulky, which is a plus. I'm very pleased with the backpack-compatible length. I wouldn't exactly describe myself as an active or adventurous person, but I can appreciate the need for the so-called "active" fit, allowing for a good range of motion. The fit is described as "body skimming", and, at least for my body type and measurements, it feels flatteringly so. And I wouldn't call the taper tight or too drastic; I can comfortably wear a few layers or a fairly thick sweater underneath it for warmth--which is useful since it's not exactly insulated. The thin inner lining material features an attractive geometric pattern, which I thought I'd mention. The pocket material is just a thin breathable mesh, which I actually like for this rain jacket despite my proclivity for warmer pocket linings. I thought I would dislike the adjustable wrist straps, but they're not at all obstructive and pretty useful. The zippers seem to be of good quality, some with a nice 'airtight' seal. The zipper pulls for the underarm venting maybe dangle a bit awkwardly, but aren't all that noticeable to others. Apparently, the jacket is self-packable into one of the pockets. This sounds pretty cool, and I briefly entertained an effort to test it out, but didn't feel the need to follow through: the jacket is light and thin enough to simply fold compactly. (But, I guess the feature could be useful if you wanted to hang it on a carabiner to carry around?) On a more superficial note, I admire the placement and design of the logos and branding: nothing too showy or ostentatious, but sleek gray/titanium designs. I only received this jacket a few weeks ago, so while it hasn't exactly been through the ringer yet, I'm certain it's exactly what I've been looking for.
Returns are accepted within 60 days of the purchase date online or in-store. Your apparel must be in original and unworn condition, with tags still attached. Footwear returns must also include the original box.