Paradox Men’s Elite Waterproof Rain Jacket (XXL, Black)

October 27, 2016 - Comment

The Paradox 2.5 layer syster is created by adding a waterproof and breathable coating to a high-performance protective fabric. The raised pattern makes the 2.5-layer fabric light and compressible, while still protecting the waterproof barrier. Treated with a water repellent finish, it is rainwear’s first line of defense against precipitation. This fabric construction blocks wind

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The Paradox 2.5 layer syster is created by adding a waterproof and breathable coating to a high-performance protective fabric. The raised pattern makes the 2.5-layer fabric light and compressible, while still protecting the waterproof barrier. Treated with a water repellent finish, it is rainwear’s first line of defense against precipitation. This fabric construction blocks wind and water on the outside, protecting you from the elements and keeping you dry and comfortable.

Product Features

  • Waterproof & Water Repellent
  • Breathable
  • Lightweight
  • UPF 50
  • Windproof

Comments

Abby says:

Worth buying! For the price, this is definitely worth buying! It’s very thin and the water streams right off it even when I cupped water with the sleeve. I’m on the fatter side for females and this is a little tight across the chest (obviously made for men) but everything else fits pretty well for the most part. The hood is very deep, which I like because I wear glasses and hate the rain splashing on them, and it actually lays completely flat against my back when I have it off. The sleeves are a bit long for…

Portcisco says:

Paradox Men’s Elite Waterproof Rain Jacket is good enough to be a $130+ name brand jacket. Great quality, lightweight rain jacket. I compare it very favorably to my 2006 $130 Marmot rain jacket. Both are made of high quality waterproofed fabric and have sealed seems. I like the Paradox even more because it’s lighter. You can easily stuff it into the area of about two 12 ounce cans. The large version weighs 13.2 ounces. Has adjustable cords for the waist and hood. Interior pass through hole for headphones from the front left zippers pocket. Has ok sized hand pockets with zippers. On…

P. R. Carter says:

Runs big with long sleeves, order a size down. Runs big with long sleeves – I’m a bicyclist that normally wears size L in most shirts and jackets (16×34 shirts, 42 blazer, 34 waist), but the size L was too roomy for me and the sleeves were far too long. Exchanged it for a size M and now it is perfect! Like the grey/black pattern of the fabric and the small reflective decals on the sleeve cuff and left back shoulder. The mesh pocket on the inside is open on the top so you can drop a good amount of stuff inside the jacket. Fabric is a bit…

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