The Top 10 Best Men’s Backpacking Rain Jackets of 2019

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If you’ve ever been surprise rained on and are an experienced outdoor adventurer, you know you are always going to have to bring a rain jacket along with you whether you are camping, backpacking, hiking, or doing anything else of the sort. Water has a way of surprising you. As a result, you can find The Top 10 Best Men’s Backpacking Rain Jackets of 2019. This article will be sure to give you plenty to work with.

Like with all articles of this type, please check out other reviews like this one and go into depth about the rain jacket you are considering. It will give you a more holistic perspective to help you make your decision. But when you decide, please come back to this article. The choice is yours. You will be a kind person to you so.

For women reading this article, be aware many of these jackets also come with a female jacket of the same design. You just have to search for them.

Let’s get started.

What Should You Look for in a Rain Jacket?

Before looking to buy any product, you should always consider the value. In other words, does the price match what you get out of it? What’s fair is fair after all. If you pay a low price but get a splendid product, then the price was well worth it. Conversely, if you pay a lot and get less than what you bargained for, the value was low and you did not get your hard-earned money’s worth.

Water resistance is essential. Otherwise it would not be a rain jacket. It needs to be waterproof. All the models listed here will hold their own in a downpour. You can bet on that. The water will not get into the cracks and crevices of these jackets.


Breathability and ventilation keep you dry on the inside by allowing sweat to escape. You sweat when it is rainy out, so your jacket needs to be able to manage that inevitability. All of these listed here vary when it comes to that metric.

You also need to be on the lookout for air permeability. This is a new term. What exactly does that mean? You might ask. The term refers to the ability of air to pass through the fabric. More air permeable fabrics feel cooler because the wind passes through them. All of these will, again, vary on this metric.

If you not have comfort and mobility, then you won’t want to wear your rain jacket. It is as simple as apple pie. A good rain jacket moves with you, conforming to your body and flowing with your actions. It becomes a part of your body. A jacket feels different when you extend your arms versus when you are scrunched down.

When it comes to weight, lighter is always better. Not all of these weigh the same. If you are an ultralight backpacker, then you need to pay crucial attention to this metric.

Also, pay attention to the hood and pockets. Some hoods are better than others at enabling wide field of vision. You also want good, easily accessible pockets.

Does the rain jacket have any extra features? Some of these jackets come with extra ‘do-dads’ and features to keep you occupied. Not all the ones listed here have them. But if they do, then it is all the more reason to get it.

1. Arc’teryx Men’s Beta Sl Jacket

Specs at a Glance

Colors: black, nocturne, arcturus, cypress, madras, everglade, rigel
Sizes: x-small, small, medium, large, x-large, large
Fit: runs a little large
Weight: 315 g (11.1 oz)
Fabric: nylon

Why Should You Consider this Jacket?

If you want incredible versatility and solid all-around performance, then this is the one for you. With one like this, you can handle any downpour coming your way. It is by far the best of the bunch compared to all the others listed here. Across all the important metrics listed above, this rain jacket performs consistently well. The hood fits like a charm. You can pull it over a bike helmet and still have nice peripheral vision. The pockets are easy to access. And the zipper is smooth.

This jacket is really light. At not even a pound, you will not notice this jacket at all when you are backpacking through the back country. It does not add much weight and it makes all the difference when a downpour catches you by surprise. The wrist collars and hood cinch down when the weather gets rough.

The biggest downside, though, is its price. This jacket is expensive. If you are a university student on a budget, then you do not want to get this one. It is way too pricey. At the same time though, you more than get what you pay for if you can afford to drop the money. If you can afford the price, then by all means go for it.

On Google reviews, this rain jacket averages 4.6 stars out of over 200 reviews, making it a well-received product. I recommend you read the testimonials there. You will see for yourself how this jacket measures up.

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2. REI Co-op Drypoint GTX Jacket

Specs at a Glance

Colors: black, canyon ridge, maritime blue, sage grey, stargazer teal
Sizes: small, medium, large, x-large, xx-large
Weight: 297.7 g (10.5 ounces)
Fit: not enough reviews yet
Fabric: 20-denier rip stop nylon

Why Should You Consider this Jacket?

This rain jacket is breathable. You will get plenty of airflow to filter out your sticky sweat. The fabric is made from Gore-tex. Of their entire line of fabrics, this brand uses their lightest. You will not even notice the weight as you carry this rain jacket around. The design of this rain jacket is minimalist. It is meant to give you less to think and worry about while protecting you from the rain.

Because of its minimalist design, the jacket does not come with specific zippers underneath the armpits for ventilation. The pockets it does have help with ventilation alright, but that is what you get with a minimalist design. You compromise a bit, but also have a lot less to worry about. No matter your activity when the hood is up, it stays put, shifting only slightly with your movements.

A downside of this rain jacket is its price, but that is what you get with a premium rain jacket. At well past the ‘double Benjamin’ range, your wallet will take a toll if you are not careful. Otherwise, you can expect this jacket to last you for years to come.

On REI’s website this jacket averages 4.4 stars out of over 40 reviews. Granted it is not the most, but REI testimonials are solid and you can put your trust in those who offered to share their experience with this jacket.

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3. Marmot PreCip Rain Jacket

Specs at a Glance

Colors: arctic navy, black, blue sapphire, bomber green, brick, bright lime, cinder, crocodile, dark cerulean, dark purple, dark rust, denim, French blue/surf, gargoyle, green lichen, jet black, macaw green, mallard green, Mars orange, shady glade, Sienna red, slate grey, surf, team red, terracotta, blue ocean
Sizes: small, medium, large, x-large, xx-large
Fit: as expected (88%)
Weight: 311.8 g (11 ounces)
Fabric: rip stop nylon

Why Should You Consider this Jacket?

This jacket performers best as a wind breaker and rain protector. If you want a jacket with insulation, you will have to look somewhere else. This jacket employs NanoPro fabric as opposed to its previous Precis technology, enabling more breathability and letting you get plenty of air flow to let out the stinky sweat.

This does run a slim fit, so be aware of this aspect of the rain jacket if you run heavy for your height. Did I mention the sheer number of colors? You get a lot to choose from. As a guy with no sense of color (men’s eyes are not the best at picking colors according to evolution), I find it overwhelming. I will have to ask my sister which one looks best on me because there is a lot to choose from.

It is less expensive than the two previous rain jackets saving you money, but not by much. If you do not like noise, then this rain jacket is not for you. When crumpled, it does make a bit of noise, making it a downside but only when you scrunch it down. It does not make any noise afterwards.

On Amazon, this jacket averages 4.5 stars out of over 575 reviews, giving you plenty of customer testimonials for you to sort through. If that is not enough for you, REI averages 4.4 stars out of over 225 reviews. In other words, you have plenty of reading material to keep you busy tonight.

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4. Outdoor Research Men’s Foray Jacket

Specs at a Glance

Colors: black, firebrick, juniper/curry, peacock/storm
Sizes: small, medium, large, x-large
Fit: as expected
Weight: 436.6 g (15.4 oz)
Fabric: polyester

Why Should You Consider this Jacket?

If you want a jacket with excellent ventilation features, then this is the best out there. You will get plenty of air flow with this one because of the hem to biceps zippers. In other words, there are zippers extending from your armpit to your waist line. If it is hot outside or you are working out on the stair master, then you can zip down to let the breeze inside. You have flexibility in ventilation.

The fabric is Gore-Tex Paclite, the world’s best. If you want to stay bone dry, then you will not find any better fabric than what this one offers. You just keep the moisture off.

The biggest downside to this jacket is its weight. Compared to most others listed here, it is heavy at almost a pound. While not the most out there, it is significant enough to take note of. At weights this small though, you hardly notice a few extra ounces.

The price clocks in about the same as the first two, but not as low as the third. This jacket is in the hundreds of dollars, but well worth the money. You can expect this jacket to last you for plenty of years to come. It is a plenty breathable jacket, but not as much as the top of the line others listed in this article.

On REI’s website, this jacket averages 4.5 stars out of over 210 reviews, giving you plenty of testimonials to sift through.

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5. Outdoor Research Helium II Rain Jacket

Specs at a Glance

Colors: black/hydro, black/storm, burnt orange/firebrick, cobalt/naval blue, ember/charcoal, jungle/storm, peacock/hops, pewter, pewter/tomato, pumpkin/pewter, seaweed/juniper, solaria/pumpkin
Sizes: small, medium, large, x-large, xx-large
Fit: as expected
Weight: 181.4 g (6.4 oz)
Fabric: rip stop nylon

Why Should You Consider this Jacket?

This jacket is light. It does not even weigh in at half a pound! You won’t even notice this as you carry it around in your backpack. When scrunched down in fact, it is about the size of an apple and will fit in the palm of your hand or even the front pocket of your pants. That is incredible to say the least. Not many of the other jackets listed here compare in terms of weight. It is the best in that metric. If you are an ultralight backpacker, then this is a necessity. You will stay dry in those unexpected downpours.

The Pertex Helium works best in hot weather, being plenty breathable and offering excellent air flow. With draw cord and elastic cuffs, you can keep out water and moisture just fine. Because of the reflective hood, people will see you better at night. You won’t blend in as much, allowing you to be seen.

Compared to the first four, this jacket is less expensive, but not by much. With a downgrade in price, you lose some quality, but not all too much, only a small bit. You get what you pay for as they say.

On Amazon, this jacket averages 4.1 stars out of only three reviews, so I went to Amazon. There you can find it at an average of 4.5 stars out of over 210 reviews. On Google shopping, it averages 4.4 stars out of over 300 reviews. In other words, don’t take it from me; take it from the hundreds of others who got this jacket.

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6. Mountain Hardwear Men’s Quasar Lite II Jacket

Specs at a Glance

Colors: stealth grey, fiery red, grey ice/manta grey
Sizes: small, medium, large, x-large, xx-large
Fit: not enough reviews yet
Weight: 309 g (10.9 oz)
Fabric: Dry.Q Elite 30D 2.5L Rip stop (100% Nylon)

Why Should You Consider this Jacket?

One of the key benefits of this is its stretchiness. It feels futuristic. You can pull on it and it will budge and shift. This feature gives you flexibility. This jacket is overall a solid pick for anyone planning a camping or backpacking trip. Another key benefit of this is its weight. It weighs only a bit over half a pound, making it one of the feather weights on this ‘best of’ list.

The fabric is quite breathable and air permeable, so you can get plenty of air flow inside with only a bit of heated exercise. If you exercise unintentionally because of your physicality or sweat a lot, this is worth serious consideration. It is not the best on this list when it comes to water resistance, but it is close to the top of this competitive list. You can expect this one to hold up just fine in a rain storm.

Even when cinched down tight, the hood offers you plenty for your peripheral vision. It won’t hang overhead and block your vision.

The biggest downside is this jacket is expensive. If you are on a tight budget, this is not the jacket for you. It takes a toll on your purse. I would not get it for that reason alone.

One of the downsides of this jacket is I could not find many reviews online. Google shopping had the most reviews at five with an average rating of 4.6 stars, but you have to take this with a grain of salt. It is not many.

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7. Columbia Men’s Watertight II Front-Zip Hooded Rain Jacket

Specs at a Glance

Colors: black, collegiate navy, columbia grey, graphite, abyss, azul, back country aura, British tan, dark ivy, dark mountain, glacier green, golden yellow, gravel, mustard, petrol blue, red spark, boulder, cypress, impulse blue, mountain red, carbon, super blue, back country orange, moss stone, super sonic, wildwood green
Sizes: small, medium, large, x-large, xx-large, xxx-large
Fit: as expected (79%)
Weight: 453.6 g (16 oz)
Fabric: Omni-tech nylon

Why Should You Consider this Jacket?

On Amazon this jacket averages 4.5 stars out of over 3,500 reviews. That is a lot of reading material for you to sort through. For this reason, you can really trust this product. If you have a question or want to know something specific, someone has undoubtedly asked the question and another has given the answer.

One of the downsides of this jacket is its weight. It is heavier than most of the other jackets listed here at about a pound. You will feel the weight, but you hardly notice it at weights this small. That is what you get for the inexpensive price you pay. Compared to all the others before it, the Watertight II is the least expensive. Now we are starting to get into university student prices.

When you bring this along with you for a backpacking trip, it will hold its own in a downpour. You can expect to be dry in the worst of conditions no problem. When scrunched down, it is a bit bigger than most at about the size of a cantelope but that is to be expected with its heavier weight.

The jacket is plenty breathable, but not as good as the others listed here. You will feel your sweat, but not too much.

It will not have the attention to detail as the previous six but it more than makes up for it with the reduced price. Your wallet will save a lot of money. Everyone likes to have more money in their pocket.

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8. Patagonia Storm Racer

Specs at a Glance

Colors: Balkan blue, black, micro green
Sizes: small, medium, large, x-large
Fit: not enough reviews yet
Weight: 170.1 g (6 oz)
Fabric: rip stop nylon

Why Should You Consider this Jacket?

This is the lightest rain jacket you can find on the market today. Others just cannot compete with how low this can go. If you are a trail runner or ultra marathoner who wears a pair of tennis shoes and wants the best of the best, then I direct you to this rain jacket. When the weather turns wet, you can rest assured you can whip this out and get back to running in no time flat. You will forget you even have it on you until the weather turns sour.

At the same time though, it is quite expensive, limiting the amount of reviews. At almost three ‘Benjamins’, your wallet will feel the punch. If you are a university student or on a budget, this jacket is not the one for you. For the value you get out of this, the price is a bit higher than what it is worth. Most gear from Patagonia is quite expensive, but excellent. You pay a premium.

With this jacket in tow, you can expect it to hold up to the vast majority of storms. It is durable and sturdy. You will be just fine when the weather turns rocky. With the hood on, you cannot put a helmet over the top, but you will have plenty of peripheral vision. You can cinch it down and it will not fall off.

On Google shopping, this averages 4.3 stars but only out of 19 reviews, hardly a fair shake if you ask me but in large part because of the price.

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9. Frogg Toggs Ultra-Lite2 Rain Jacket

Specs at a Glance

Colors: blue, khaki
Sizes: small, medium, large, x-large, xx-large
Fit: as expected (77%)
Weight: 255.1 g (9 oz)
Fabric: nylon

Why Should You Consider this Jacket?

The best thing going for this jacket is its price. You will not find a less expensive rain jacket on this list. Then again it is also Frogg Toggs. Their gear is not the best and this jacket will not hold up in the long run. My guess is this will last you about a year. You get what you pay for. If you need something to get you through your weekend backpacking trip, are on a tight budget, or need a temporary solution, then this is the one for you.

On Amazon, this jacket averages 4.1 stars out of over 325 reviews, giving you plenty of testimonials and questions & answers for you to sift through and come to your own conclusions (the best kind). One of the downsides many reviewers stressed was the tendency to tear. In other words, be careful. When you go the cheap route, you will have to expect things to break down if you are careless.

Surprisingly enough, this jacket is fairly light at a little over half a pound. You will barely notice the weight as you scrunch it down into about the size of an apple. It is a nice pro of this jacket. You won’t notice the extra weight if you are a backpacker. Also, it is fairly breathable for what you get. There will be plenty of air circulation for those sweaty days.

In sum then, if you are on a budget, this jacket is the way to go. I am seriously considering this because of my own limits.

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10. The North Face Venture 2 Jacket

Specs at a Glance

Colors: black, cardinal red/asphalt grey, cargo khaki/urban navy, fiery red, asphalt grey, iguana green/grape leaf, Kodiak blue, mid grey rip stop heather, mid grey rip stop/asphalt, rage red/fig, shady blue, Turkish sea/urban navy, Turkish sea/urban navy/orange, urban navy/Zion orange, zinnia orange/asphalt grey, tnf dark grey heather
Sizes: small, medium, large, x-large, xx-large
Fit: as expected
Weight: 330 g (11.6 oz)
Fabric: nylon

Why Should You Consider this Jacket?

Compared to the previous one, it is more expensive. But compared to all the others, it is usually about $100 below them. If you have more to spend but not too much, then this is the way to go. It doubles as a wind breaker so you won’t get any chill from the wind, just the temperature. If I had to choose between number nine and this one based on my budget, I would go with this one. It is expensive but it will last me for plenty years to come.

A downside of this jacket is it is a little bulky, just a bit. If you have an eye for detail, then this might be of concern. For most people though, it won’t be an issue. It is a small problem you have to worry about with a reduced price.

If you are a backpacker, camper, or hiker, you will be shielded from the rain. It is not as light as compared to others on this list, but not too heavy either. You will not even notice the weight of this as you carry it around. It is middle of the road. The vast majority of people who follow the sizing guidelines say it fit as expected.

On REI, this jacket averages 4.4 stars out of over 100 reviews, giving you plenty of reading material to sift through to answer all of your questions. On the North Face’s website however, it averages 4.7 stars out of over 1,500 reviews. Wow! That is quite a lot. Over 95% of their reviewers would recommend this jacket, making this pretty much a sure thing.

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18 Comments on “The Top 10 Best Men’s Backpacking Rain Jackets of 2019”

    1. I am glad to hear you liked the looks of these jackets Roberto. The North Face Venture jacket is a solid choice.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  1. Hi Alex,

    I live in one of the wettest countries in the world and I do not even own a rain coat. How stupid am I, LOL. I really need one badly because all my jackets, while nice and cool, always let the rain through. There is one thing about rain jackets that gets me though:- why don’t they make them to keep you warm as well?

    In this case I have to wear two jackets and then I end up boiling. Is there a jacket that keeps you properly warm while dry Alex? Thanks for your article and I am heading up now to check out some prices. Much appreciated. ~ Philip.

    1. Haha! That is a funny conundrum. At the same time though, you are quite right. Many jackets make the trade off between warmth and dryness.

      You raise a good question. The rain jackets you see here do not prioritize warmth. In regards to warmth, they mainly focus on keeping you dry and breaking the wind.

      With my own rain jacket, I apply a three layer system: t-shirt at the center, then a warm thermal or a turtle neck for instance, and then the rain jacket as the outer layer. You probably knew that already :), but it is what you will have to do with these jackets. It is your best option. I hope this helps you.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  2. Alex,

    I normally just take my bucket hat on my hikes. This keeps me mostly dry during the light rain showers. I will be going on longer hikes this year and a rain jacket may be needed. I like the lighter ones for the backpacks.

    The Patagonia Storm Racer looks like a good place to start.

    Thanks for your detailed information on these rain jackets.

    John

    1. A bucket hat is a good one to bring along with you on those rainy days. They do a solid job of keeping you dry. Lighter rain jackets work well for backpacking.

      You are right about the Patagonia Storm Racer. You should look into it more.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  3. Thank you for this great post, you must have put a lot of energy into compiling this list and I really appreciate that. I like going on adventures and it’s a popular scenario sometimes when rain decides to surprise everyone. 

    From your review I think I prefer the REI Co-op Drypoint GTX Jacket majorly for it quality and fit. I will search for more informations about it and I will surely keep you posted. 

    1. I appreciate the compliment Clement. It is good to know you enjoyed the article. With each article, I aim to be thorough and cover all of my bases. 

      I am glad to know you are considering the REI Co-op Drypoint GTX jacket. It is a splendid choice. Do be sure to check with multiple sources to get an all around picture of what you can expect.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  4. Oh yes, I am so glad that I bumped into your post. Where I am from, its snowing all the winter and springs are always really rainy. That is why I always ready myself for another season of rains and a new jacket. I loved your list. It is hard to pick up my favorite but I think for now its Men’s Forey Jacket for outdoor research.

    I am going to see the offers on Amazon and in my store.

    Thank you. 

    Strahinja

    1. I am glad to hear you enjoyed the article Strahinja. You definitely need solid boots in the snow. You do not want to slip. If you want to stay sturdy on ice, then you should check out one of my previous articles, Yaktrax Ice Cleats – Great for Hiking in Winter. They are sure to keep you on your feet. I definitely recommend them. 

      The Men’s Forey Jacket for Outdoor Research is a solid choice. You are sure to protect yourself from nasty weather. Amazon is an excellent place to check out deals. 

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  5. Hello Alex

    Thanks so much for sharing, like you I started backpacking and hiking after an African safari, what a coincidence. But unlike many experienced backpackers out there, I’m still a newbie and last year on a biking and hiking tour in Spain, I realized a had a poor outdoor jacket when the rains come. For this reason, I’m looking for a new backpacking jacket and that’s how your site came up.

    Now I really like the Arc`teryx as I feel it meets my needs not to mention it’s really light, hiking is fun but after a long day hiking (which I love when it’s warm outside) even a hiking jacket can feel heavy and with only 315G, I`m sure the Arc`teryx will still feel light and comfortable.

    Now you gave a link to check at Amazon. I’m not an experienced online shopper, the only thing I ever bought online were some e-Books which required no shipping. How does the shipping work with Amazon (as I`m not in the US). Will Amazon pay shipping and should there be a size/quality problem, can I send it back for a refund or swap?

    Thanks for your answer.

     

    1. I am glad to hear you enjoyed the article Roamy. It is quite the coincidence you started to get into backpacking after an African Safari like me. For any outdoor adventure, a solid rain jacket is essential. You never know when the rain might catch you off guard. Arc’teryx is a solid brand. You will not even notice the weight. You can be sure to stay nice and dry with them. 

      Yes, I did link to Amazon. Depending on where you are, Amazon can ship to you. For the vast majority of people, they can send a package right to your door. For most Amazon products, there is a 30 day return policy. You need to contact the supplier and they will tell you about their return process. You generally have to print out a slip, load your product into the same package, and then drop it off at a shipping company like UPS. 

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  6. I have enjoyed backpacking over the years and as you know, if you are a backpacker or just out enjoying a hike, the rain will find you eventually. I have always packed raingear (including pants) that actually packs itself into one of the pockets and is lightweight. The gear does a nice job keeping me dry. The only problem is that they are not too breathable.  

    You did a wonderful job breaking down the top 10 backpacking rain jackets. Your article reminded me that I really do need to purchase a better more breathable set of raingear. I like the fact that you included the weight of each rainjacket because every ounce counts when you’re going to be on the trail for a few days.

    1. I am glad to hear you enjoyed the article Randy. You are right about the rain. It’s coming one way or another. Pants are an important aspect of rain gear. Many of these jackets are breathable. 

      It is good to know you found this article helpful in explaining the top 10 rain jackets. Breathability is essential in any rain jacket. Every ounce counts too. 

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  7. I don’t do as much hiking as I’d like, but I do need a good rain coat when I’m working and the thing I have found to be the worst issue is the ventilation.

    There is nothing worse than trying to stay dry but getting soaked with sweat. Which makes your comment so true about not wanting to wear it. I’d rather take the chance and go without it than put it on and sweat to death.

    Do you have a suggestion as far as size to wear? I have short arms and tend to have more of an issue with sleeves being to long that cover my hands and get in the way.

    1. I think we could all do with more hiking. Ventilation is quite underrated in a rain jacket. You are right about the sweat and rain water.

      When it comes to your size specifications, I need to know your exact dimensions. With that in mind though, your best bet is to click on the links for each of the items and ask the question of each rain jacket manufacturer. They can tell you what to consider. I hope this helps you.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

  8. This is an excellent review about Backpacking Rain Jackets. This article helped me to find out a very lightweight Jacket and fit as expected.

    These two reasons are fundamental to my purpose for Outdoor Archery. The Jacket I liked the most is  the Outdoor Research Helium II Rain Jacket. Let me know if these jackets also come with a female jacket?  

    1. I am glad to hear you enjoyed the article Yasodhara. You are sure to have plenty to choose from after reading this piece.

      I appreciate your question. When it comes to the Outdoor Research Helium II Rain Jacket, it does come in a female model. It is a solid choice. You can be sure it will last you for many years to come.

      Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

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