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Women's ShedRain Packable Anorak 4.1 5 31 31
Light neutral rain jacket I got this for a trip this summer. I want a rain jacket that is lightweight and packable and neutral in color. This is black with shades of khaki dots on it, it packs into its own pocket and it is lightweight. Since this is for a summer trip, lightweight was the main consideration, and this is very lightweight. This is not a jacket I'd wear except traveling as it is stiff nylon, but it will serve my purposes which is staying dry if I get caught in the rain and not taking up room in my one suitcase if I don't. January 23, 2015
perfect packable raincoat This coat is lightweight and easy to pack into its pocket. It is water resistant, but gives you plenty of time to get to shelter before you get wet in heavy rain. The cinch cord at the waist allows me to adjust to the layers of clothes I'm wearing and still look nice. I love the teal color; it's cheerful on a gloomy day. I am 5 foot 2 inches and the the sleeves and length fit well. The length does hit on the thigh which is what I was looking for so my entire torso is protected from the rain. February 17, 2015
Awful I was not just disappointed, I was really angry. I bought this coat for a business trip to a northern country, and found myself in a rainy weather without a coat that would help. This one was not possible to wear - the hood does not have a stripe to make it tight so that it stays on your head. When I worked it was blown off my head with air, when I was just standing - it was blown off with the wind. It also has two pockets only which are not secure and cannot keep money or card, or travel document, so that I had to constantly reach to my bag to take those off and put them back. As the result, all the staff in my bag was wet. Adding to that a boxy feet you get a really disappointing product. The worst part was that I could not easily buy another coat, and if I even have time to do so, it would be crazy expensive, not a spending I would plan for Sweden. June 9, 2013
Just one problem The first time I used this jacket - in a POURING rainstorm, unfortunately - I discovered the hood doesn't have a tie of any sort, thus, it wouldn't stay put. When I got home I took the elastic out of the waist area and put it into the hood. I think this will solve the problem. Otherwise, this is a good, lightweight, compactly folded, jacket to use for travel. December 5, 2014
Cute But Not Perfect This jacket is cute, but there are a couple of things I do not like. First, it folds into its own pocket which would be fine if I knew how to do it. No instructions are given and, after 15 minutes, I gave up. The jacket does not wrinkle so I will just pack it as I do my other clothing. The second thing I do not like is the drawstring. It is the strangest one I've ever seen. It consists of one large loop coming out of only one side and it is found on the outside of the jacket. Weird!! But, I do like the jacket and plan to keep it even with its flaws. July 26, 2013
High and Dry The raincoat is exactly what I was hoping it would be. Fits perfectly, is light weight so it can be worn year around. I love the whimsical polka dot pattern. Now all I need is a rainy day. November 6, 2014
Great for travel - keep in car; folding directions I bought one of these several years ago, and keep it in the seat-back pocket in my car. You'll definitely want to insert a drawstring (long shoelace) in the hood. VERY simple to do. Just pick out a few stitches in the hem of the hood near the neck on each side (overstitch a couple of stitches to keep it from unraveling back). Insert shoelace through the hem at the edge of hood all the way around, and knot the ends. Note that the material really does shed water - can hold your arm under a running faucet and water just falls off. However the seams are not actually sealed/waterproof, so if you get caught in constant heavy rain, it will eventually seep through the seams. It's also quite easy to fold into the pocket: 1. Turn pocket with clip inside out so it's sticking out. 2. Zip up jacket. Hold at shoulders and fold in entire jacket & hood in half lengthwise (back to back) and lay it on the floor (pocket against floor). 3. Bring both arms to front and lay them lengthwise down folded jacket. 4. Fold hood all the way down flat against jacket. 5. Fold each side lengthwise to center (the long zipper should be facing you, running down the middle.). 6. Fold down top about 8", then fold over again. Fold bottom up about 8" - should have a 7" x 8" rectangle with the pocket still hanging off the corner of the bottom side. 7. By now you can see how the pocket can "swallow" the jacket. Just slide the square into the gaping zipper pouch/pocket, pulling the pouch up around it. It will take a little maneuvering, but it's easy to flatten out. If you folded nicely, your jacket will be fairly wrinkle-free when you go to wear it. Voila! April 4, 2014
ShedRain is a great product This anorak is a little larger than I'd like, but still fits great. I have a ShedRain golf umbrella and it is a great product. Loved the Cheetah fabric. September 5, 2014
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