Everyday Rain Jacket

Everyday Rain Jacket

Everyday Rain Jacket It’s difficult to read anything about rain jackets without coming across the Danish outerwear company Rains. Its minimalist designs are modeled on the classic rubber raincoat, with a traditional polyurethane coating on durable polyester fabric.

Technical rain jacket manufacturers tend to shy away from polyurethane because it feels, well, rubbery. But the material is durable, long-lasting, windproof, and waterproof. Unlike modern durable water repellents (DWR), polyurethane rain jackets have a fluorinate-free manufacturing process. It doesn’t release carcinogenic perfluorocarbons into the waste stream when it’s made, and the jacket’s not going to release PFCs into your favorite creeks when you’re traipsing around the woods.

Rains has been able to mitigate that thick, rubbery feel in its Ultralight rain jackets, which were released in February 2020. The tester I wore was light and flexible, with an adjustable hood and a waterproof front zip. The hand pockets use waterproof zippers, and the seams are ultrasonically welded, which is a process Rains claims is much more durable and environmentally friendly than seam tape.

I wouldn’t consider it a technical jacket. It has seams across the tops of the shoulders under backpack straps, it doesn’t have an adjustable hem, and polyurethane is a lot less breathable than some of the other fabrics I tested. But if you don’t need a jacket with a lot of bells and whistles, the Ultralight won’t stick out as a technical rain jacket if you wear it to work. It’s also environmentally friendly.

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