10 Best Backpacking Jackets Reviewed & Compared

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You’re miles from the trail-head, and ominous dark clouds are looming. What do you do? When you’re out in the back country, on a thru-hike or a day hike, changing weather conditions can range from being simply uncomfortable to downright dangerous. One way to plan ahead is to pack smart. The right all-purpose outer layer for backpacking can keep you dry, warm and comfortable, keeping wind, water and nasty side effects like hypothermia at bay. We’ve researched across the outdoor gear market to find the ten best backpacking jackets that will keep you sheltered from the weather, while still wicking your sweat to keep you dry from the inside out when the sun comes out. Best of all, these jackets can be stowed-away and won’t weigh you down on your trek.

There are choices for every budget and style preference, but we wanted to make sure we didn’t go with anything that would comprimise overall quality and durability.

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By Kelly Lowis:

We are always trying to find the best of the best for our lists so with this update we introduce to you the women's Marmot PreCip jacket, and the men's XGC. The men's XGC has built in sun protection. And the PreCip is sure to keep you dry in the rain, and has an option for extra ventilation with the PitZip.

The North Face FuseForm
  • The North Face FuseForm
  • 5 out of 5
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  • Waterproof
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Outdoor Research Foray
  • Outdoor Research Foray
  • 4.5 out of 5
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  • Stowable hood
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Marmot Precip
  • Marmot Precip
  • 4 out of 5
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  • Pit zips
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11 Best Backpacking Jackets

 

The North Face FuseForm

The FuseForm checks all the boxes - waterproof, wind resistant, lightweight, and warm. It will keep an intrepid hiker safe from the elements. Its engineering includes highly functional extra features such as an adjustable hood and different fabric types for high-wear areas.
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Weatherproofing
This is a lightweight, technical rain shell that is built to last. Designed with mountaineering it mind, it will cut out even strong alpine winds. The FuseForm features HyVent waterproofing technology, consisting of a multi-layer polyurethane coating that provides superior moisture protection. Fully sealed seams complete the deal.

Breathability
The proprietary HyVent weatherproof membrane provides excellent breathability, not only keeping out rain but also allowing for moisture permeability through the layers of coating.

Weight
This lightweight jacket is a great option for stuffing into a loaded pack, tipping the scale right around 12 ounces.

Features
The FuseForm is packed with extra features that will round out your comfort on the trail, including zipped hand pockets, a drawstring hem, attached adjustable storm hood and pit zips for extra ventilation. The jacket is also constructed to include extra-strong nylon fibers in areas of high wear on the shoulders.

Warmth
This is an ultralight option that helps keep you warm by blocking wind and wicking sweat, great for summer and spring conditions, or as a shell with an insulating garment worn underneath.

Style
Comes in a range of colors appealing to a variety of tastes, from a bold red to steely charcoal. The Dot Matrix pattern is subtle and edgy.

Value
A great price for a packable, functional jacket that is a great all-around option for adventuring in all kinds of weather, and offers a variety of extra features.
Pros
  • Very waterproof
  • Wind resistant
  • Lightweight
  • Pit zips
  • Adjustable hood
Cons
  • No insulation

Outdoor Research Foray

This versatile multisport jacket from an experienced brand combines impressive durability with functionality and comfort. It offers excellent weatherproofing, freedom of movement and innovative venting features such as full length side zips.
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Weatherproofing
Gore-Tex fabric with Paclite technology helps to make the Foray extremely waterproof and windproof. The laminate holds up well and can be retouched down the road by re-apply a DWR coating.

Breathability
This jacket combines its weatherproofing with innovative ventilation features. The 2.5 layer Gore-Tex membrane is permeable and breathable. At the same time, the Foray includes full length side zips as part of its “TorsoFlo” system that allow you to wear the jacket as a poncho. Perfect for variable temperature conditions and hikers who tend to overheat.

Weight
Weighing in at just under 16 ounces, the Foray packs well but is slightly heavier than comparable jackets.

Features
This model gets points for its innovative side-zip venting system, drop tail hem and large adjustable hood that cinches down to stow away. Also includes two large hand pockets and a convenient chest-high media pocket.

Warmth
The Foray is a versatile hard shell that doesn’t include any insulation, but its relaxed fit allows for layering underneath in cold conditions.

Style
Classic colors and a minimalist design make this jacket a favorite. The fit allows for layering, but doesn’t appear baggy.

Value
The Foray offers good value for its incredible versatility in a variety of inclement weather conditions. This is an all-around hard shell that can hold its own while spring skiing or winter hiking.
Pros
  • Full side zips
  • Adjustable, stowable hood
  • Very waterproof
  • Drop tail hem
Cons
  • Slightly heavier than comparable jackets

Marmot Precip (Men's)

The Marmot Precip continues to be a very popular jacket amongst hikers due to its unparalleled value for its functionality. Hikers get a waterproof, breathable jacket that features pit zips, an adjustable hood and pockets for a price tag that screams great value.
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Weatherproofing
This highly water-resistant jacket is fully DWR coated and has proved durable over several months of testing. The outer shell is backed up by an interior lining, and the seams are fully taped, making this jacket weatherproof.

Breathability
The proprietary Marmot NanoPro membrane helps to vent sweat, offering much better breathability than other jackets in the same price range.

Weight
Light and packable at just under 11 ounces, the Precip can also stow away into its own pocket when not being used, making it easy to stuff into a backpack.

Features
Extra ventilation features are notable on this jacket, including pit zips and mesh-lined hand pockets. The Precip also includes a fully adjustable, stowable hood, a small fleece patch at the chin for comfort and a drawstring hem.

Warmth
The DWR coated ripstop nylon on the outside of this jacket will keep you dry and warm on the trails. The relaxed fit allows backpackers to layer more insulation underneath.

Style
The Precip is available in a variety of classic colors and traditional design. The relaxed fit runs slightly large, so backpackers looking for a trim fit might want to size down.

Value
It’s hard to beat the variety of features and functionality of this jacket for its price tag under $100. The Precip is a great all-around option for the backpacker on a budget.
Pros
  • Great value
  • Good weatherproofing
  • Pit zips
  • Adjustable hood
  • Pockets
Cons
  • Runs warm

Marmot PreCip for Women

Marmot PreCip for Women
I know this jacket may look familiar, but this was such a great option and, this one is fit more for women. This jacket will keep water from coming in but let water vapor come out. It even has the feature of extra ventilation option in the arm pit area called PitZip.

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Weatherproofing 

The Marmot PreCip is the perfect jacket for backpacking, running, or hiking. Microporous Nanopro structure prevents water from soaking into the jacket to keep you dry no matter the weather. The Nanopro coating is made up of densely packed pores that keeps water droplets from soaking in, but big enough to let water vapors out.

Breathability 

This jacket is 100% polyester, and so is the inside liner. It is very lightweight, and has the option for extra ventilation in the arm pits. PitZip is a zippered opening in the arm to increase air flow to help keep you cool the whole way through.

Weight

Since the whole jacket is all polyester, this jacket is extremely lightweight weighing only 9.6 ounces.

Features

This jacket has front facing zipper, and taped seams to prevent any leaking. It has an attached hood that will roll up when not needed. The PreCip has a drawstring hem, and adjustable Velcro cuffs in the sleeves for leak protection, and temperature control. It folds up into its pocket for small easy storage. Offers full mobility while wearing this jacket because of the Angel-Wing build.

Warmth
With this jacket being all polyester, it does keep cold and heat out. But it still isn't the thickest so you may want to think about layering up.


Style

This jacket comes in five different colors. They are all basic colors so you can match them to anything you want to. It also has a driclime chin guard that protects the zipper from scratching you. The two layered hood gives you extra coverage, but remains open and breathable when you don't need your hood on.

Cost

This is about average price for this style of jacket.

Pros

Waterproof

Has extra ventilation if needed with the PitZips

Front full length zipper

Attachable hood rolls into your jacket when not needed

Fold into its pocket for easy storage

Drawstring hem

Adjustable sleeves, and hood

Taped seams to prevent any leaks

Cons

The only thing bad people really had to say is, that it can be a little noisy when walking, or running

XGC Men's Sports Jacket

XGC Men's Sports Jacket
This lightweight jacket is not only water repellent, it also contains sun protection. While running or hiking outside it tends to get pretty warm with the sun beating down on you. With this jacket it can help protect you from harmful UV rays, and from getting sun burned.
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Weatherproofing
XGC's jacket can be worn throughout the year with it's lightweight build made out of 100% nylon material. It repels water, sand, and wind, so no matter what mother earth is throwing at you this jacket has you covered. This jacket also has SPF 50+ to protect you from harmful sun rays. Except in colder climates I would suggest wearing layers.

Breathability
Being 100% nylon makes it lightweight and breathable. One consumer wrote she wore it during a 5K run and wasn't affected by the sun's heat.

Weight
This jacket doesn't give it's exact weight, however with its material being made out of nylon it is safe to assume it is pretty light. It also folds up into its pocket so you can pack it into a small space.

Features
The main feature of the XGC is going to be the fact that it comes with sun protection built into the jacket. It has SPF 50+ and UV protection. It is also stain, and static resistant. It is water resistant and dries quickly. It is good for every season of the year with windproof, sand-proof, and waterproof materials. It has extra material around your neck so when you put the hood on rain, or wind won't get in your face. It has two zippered pockets located in the front, and a drawstring around the bottom to help keep you dry when its raining.

Warmth
This jacket says it is made for all seasons, but it doesn't mention anything specifically about snow. However, with it being windproof, it is sure to keep the cold air off of you. You can easily wear a sweatshirt or some layers underneath to add extra warmth. Consumers have said it does run a size small, so make sure you order a size larger if you plan to add layers.

Style
The XGC only comes in two different colors black, and blue. But it is a simple design to match anything you want to wear with it.

Value
This jacket comes at a great price, perfect for those people looking for a jacket on a budget.
Pros

UV protection built in

SPF 50+

Water resistant and dries quickly

Windproof, and sandproof

Soft feel makes it comfortable

Folds up in its pocket for easy travel

Suitable for all seasons

Cheaper than other jackets

Cons

Consumers have said it runs small

Because it does have a smaller price tag it may not come with as many features as other jackets

Patagonia Torrentshell

Patagonia Torrentshell
This is a feature-packed jacket that is notable for its durability. The brand name costs a little extra, but this waterproof, light, breathable jacket with a well fitting hood is sure to last through many backpacking adventures.
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Weatherproofing
This shell is built with Patagonia’s 2.5 layer H2No membrane to seal out water and wind. The outer layer is made with 100% recycled nylon, a pull for eco-conscious hikers.

Breathability
The proprietary membrane does a good job in breathability, above-average compared to other jackets in its price range.

Weight
The Torrentshell is a mid-weight jacket at 12.7 ounces that still compresses and stows into its own left-hand pocket.

Features
This shell offers a good variety of standard features, including a thoughtfully constructed adjustable and stowable hood, fully waterproof front hand pockets, pit zips for ventilation, and a drawstring hem.

Warmth
Slightly heavier than comparable jackets, the Torrentshell is a good choice for winter weather, as it will keep backpackers warmer in frozen conditions.

Style
The conservative, minimal design is unpretentious and gets the job done.

Value
The Torrentshell follows through on the promise of durability and quality construction that Patagonia is known for. You pay for a jacket that lasts and has many of the features included in more technical, pricier jackets.
Pros
  • Pit zips
  • Drawstring hem
  • Adjustable hood
  • Good waterproofing
Cons
  • Average breathability

Arc'teryx Zeta LT

Arc'teryx Zeta LT
This versatile shell provides top-of-the-line weather protection features. With excellent quality construction, durability, packability and the inclusion of a storm hood, hikers will have no problems weathering the elements, although the price tag reflects the excellent quality of these features.
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Weatherproofing
The innovative GoreTex 3 layer construction of this jacket combines the bombproof weather protection of a beefier hardshell jacket with the comfort and lightweight of a packable rain jacket. Watertight zippers are a plus.

Breathability
The new “C-knit” inner fabric of the Zeta is a light, incredibly breathable lining that helps to transfer your body heat to the outside; it’s also soft and comfortable, and mitigates that typical clammy feeling of a rain jacket against your skin.

Weight
At 11.8 ounces, the Zeta is impressively light for a heavier-duty, stormproof 3-layer jacket. It rolls up small particularly given the amount of protection that it offers.

Features
The deep “StormHood” is a striking feature of this jacket that keeps rain off your face and nose. High-set hand pockets are easy to access to stash small go-to equipment and snacks on the trail.

Warmth
This is a slightly thicker shell than other options on the list, that will keep you warmest through its full weatherproofing capabilities. In the coldest conditions, layering underneath is still advisable.

Style
This jacket epitomizes Arc’teryx’s signature sleek style. The Zeta LT offers a streamlined fit that comes in a range of modern colors.

Value
This is a jacket of excellent durability and construction - and this is reflected in the price. If you’re going for the best quality out there, and you aren’t budget-limited, look no further.
Pros
  • Fully weatherproof
  • Fitted hood
  • Lightweight
  • Durable
  • Hand pockets
Cons
  • No pit zips
  • Pricey

Mammut Crater

Mammut Crater
The Crater is a technical jacket. A 3-layer GoreTex ensures excellent waterproofing while maintaining good ventilation. This jacket is packed with extra features and is distinctive in its style and bold colors.
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Weatherproofing
This is a mountain jacket that upholds Mammut’s reputation for creating technical outdoor clothing to withstand the elements. The 3-layer GoreTex system is highly waterproof and the main zipper is water resistant.

Breathability
The GoreTex material has good breathability, and the side pit-zips will help to manually vent heat on the most strenuous hikes.

Weight
The Crater jacket is one of the heavier options on the list, at around 19 ounces.

Features
This jacket doesn’t skimp on traditional features, such as two hand pockets with water-resistant zips. The hood is helmet-friendly and adjustable, and the jacket can be cinched at the bottom with a drawstring for extra wind protection.

Warmth
This jacket is a more heavy-duty option, thanks to its 3-layer construction, that is designed to keep you warm and dry in tough alpine environments.

Style
The Crater has a longer cut than is typical, which helps to protect the upper legs and bum. Its bold colors and modern two-tone design help the jacket to stand out from the crowd.

Value
A pricier option from a trusted brand that promises quality and comfort in a well-engineered, technical jacket.
Pros
  • Drop tail hem
  • Pit zips
  • Drawstring hem
  • Hand pockets
Cons
  • A heavier option

Mountain Hardwear Exponent

Mountain Hardwear Exponent
The proprietary Mountain Hardware VaporDry technology will keep you dry inside and out hiking through a storm with this good value option.
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Weatherproofing
The 2.5 L membrane of the VaporDry material, combined with the water resistant AquaGuard front zipper,l makes for a lightweight, durable rain shell that will keep you sheltered in the storm. The dense weave of the 100% nylon ripstop outermost layer doubles to cut out harsh winds, too.

Breathability
Mountain Hardwear’s proprietary membrane offers excellent breathability, wicking away sweat as you work hard going uphill with a heavy pack.

Weight
Notching a weight of around 9 oz for the women’s jacket, this is a light option that won’t drag down your pack over a long trip.

Features
The Exponent doesn’t sell short on key features. A cinched hem that keeps out wind, two zipped front pockets, a two-way adjustable hood, and pit zips combine to keep you comfortable and dry out in the woods or on the mountaintop. The jacket stows away into its own pocket for packing convenience.

Warmth
This is a midweight rain shell compared to others on this list, that will keep out the elements. The relaxed fit leaves ample opportunity for layering.

Style
The Exponent has an athletic fit and comes in both bright and traditional colors with a two-tone design for those who prefer an understated but modern look.

Value
A great price for a light, packable jacket that is functional, stylish and versatile and offers performance that will last.
Pros
  • Adjustable hood
  • Drawstring hem
  • Zipped hand pockets
  • Stow pocket
Cons
  • May need to size up to allow layering

Columbia Outdry Ex Diamond

Columbia Outdry Ex Diamond
Another option for the light packer, this highly durable jacket is both highly waterproof and great at venting heat, managing not to wet out even in the rainiest conditions.
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Weatherproofing
Columbia puts their new, durable water-resistant membrane on the outside of this jacket, creating a shiny, technical look and feel. The OutDry membrane provides excellent water and wind resistance.

Breathability
The Ex Diamond is lined with a breathable fabric that helps to wick sweat away from the body, while creating a soft feel. The jacket inner is also partially mesh lined, also, keeping it from sticking to skin.

Weight
At around 14 oz, this isn’t the lightest option on the list for the features that it offers, but it is still a good packable weight.

Features
Columbia pays attention to detail with the Ex Diamond, including an adjustable storm hood, cinched hem, zipped front pockets, water-resistant pit zips, and a microfiber patch on the inside of the chin flap for added comfort. Reinforced areas of fabric at the shoulders make this jacket ideal for backpackers with heavy packs.

Warmth
This jacket performs well to shield out the elements, even in below-freezing temperatures. Consider sizing your jacket to plan for layering.

Style
The Ex Diamond stands out due to the choice of bold colors and ‘rain slicker’ look from the presence of the water-resistant membrane as the outer layer of the jacket. Choose this jacket to flaunt your technical style on the trail.

Value
A more expensive jacket with many standard features and some exciting, innovative twists on traditional rain gear.
Pros
  • Quick-drying
  • Pit zips
  • Drawstring hem
  • Droptail hem
  • Adjustable hood
Cons
  • Pricey
  • Runs large

Diamond Candy Sportswear (Women)

Diamond Candy Sportswear (Women)
A women’s specific option with a stylish design and wide choice of colors, this backpacking jacket features OmniTech waterproofing technology, a flexible fit, and antimicrobial properties, all for a very attractive price tag.
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Weatherproofing
This fully seam-sealed jacket uses OmniTech fabric to create a wind and waterproof outer layer. While it won’t stand up to a heavy downpour for long, it will get the job done.

Breathability
The 100% nylon fabric is also breathable and does a decent job keeping you dry from the inside out in times of heavier exertion.

Weight
Heavier than other jackets on the list, this is a choice for a casual outing or short trip that is not the most packable option.

Features
The Diamond Candy jacket boasts three zippered pockets and and an adjustable hood. As a bonus, the fabric has antimicrobial properties to keep you fresh and clean.

Warmth
This jacket will keep out the weather, and has a more substantial feel than others on the list. For very cold conditions, use this as a hard shell with extra clothing underneath.

Style
The trim women’s specific fit and bright colors make this jacket not only functional, but also stylish and eye catching.

Value
This is a good multi-sport all-around jacket for a backpacker on a strict budget, with impressive features and quality for the price.
Pros
  • Hood
  • Antimicrobial fabric
  • Waterproof
  • 3 Zipped Pockets
Cons
  • Heavier
  • Less durable

 

The Criteria We Used For Our Evaluation

Weatherproofing

The essential role of any backpacking outer layer is to keep out inclement weather. While you are running, it can be easier to warm yourself up once you start moving, and it’s often quicker to move to shelter in case of emergency. When backpacking, though, you should consider that you move more slowly, take longer to warm up, and might be far away from protection if a storm hits. It’s crucial for both comfort and health to have a shell stashed in your pack that will keep harsh weather at bay. We looked for jackets that offer excellent protection against both water and wind.

Breathability

Water protection in your jacket should come from the inside out: it doesn’t matter that your jacket can keep out a downpour if you are still getting soaked in your own sweat. The jackets that we selected are not only waterproof but also breathable; special membranes help to vent excess moisture from your body, so that the inside of your jacket stays dry, too. That means that when you stop for a photo op or a trailside snack break, your body temperature will stay more regulated, as you won’t have a large quantity of pooled sweat to cool you down quickly.

Weight

As every experienced backpacker knows, weight can be a crucial factor when packing items for a trip. For longer trips and thru-hikers, every ounce matters. Luckily, there is impressive technology on the market right now that offers fantastic technical features, including weatherproofing and breathability, while maintaining a minimal weight. All of the jackets that we chose are light shells, and we included a variety of mid-range to ultra-light options.

Features

Different jackets offer varying combinations of extra features that add functionality and comfort. In the final 10, we made sure to include jackets with a range of feature combinations, from ultralight minimalist jackets with few pockets, to options that are loaded with extras. Your personal preference, and how you intend to use this piece of outerwear, will influence which jacket is best suited to you.

Warmth

Maintaining your body temperature on the trail is important, for your own comfort, and particularly for your safety. Exposure and cold can be very dangerous when you are far away from quick methods to warm yourself up. We focused on jackets for this list whose all-around weatherproofing capabilities, thickness and allowance for layering will ensure that you can stay warm and dry on your trip. In many cases, we selected jackets that act as a hard shell and will allow you to wear insulating clothing underneath when traveling in the coldest conditions.

Style

 A jacket that suits your personal style can make you feel confident and enthusiastic as you stride the trail. In this list, you will find different style types, from more traditional and classic cuts and colors to bright, bold, and modern options.

Value

Last, but certainly not least, your backpacking budget will inform your choice of jacket. We’ve included a range of prices in our jacket selection, with options to splurge and save, but never to lose out on quality, features, and durability. We chose backpacking jackets that provide great value for the features and functionality that they offer for their price tag.

 

Other Important Factors to Consider

How long is your trip?

As every experienced backpacker knows, weight can be a crucial factor when packing items for a trip. For the longest trips and thru-hikers, every ounce matters. Think about what types of trips you usually go on, whether they may be casual day excursions, weekend trips, or weeks- to months-long adventures. If you plan to be out on the trail for extended periods of time, you may want to select a jacket that prioritizes lightweight over extra features like pit zips. You shouldn’t have to compromise on essential functionalities, like keeping out inclement weather, with any of the options on this list.

What is the climate like where you will go backpacking?

The temperature and weather conditions in which you plan to hike will be important factors in your selection of a backpacking jacket. For hiking in humid, tropical conditions, the jacket with the best breathability will be necessary. It will allow you to keep dry in rainstorms, but won’t let you overheat as you keep walking in high-temperature conditions. If you plan to be up on a mountain-top in wind, cold, and rain or snow, you may want to consider how you can best prepare yourself with your jacket. Look for options that offer a cinched hem to keep out wind, and a large, fully adjustable hood that will keep your head and neck dry.

How much do you sweat?

Different hikers respond to exertion differently. Not everyone will sweat the same amount trekking the same trail. If you tend to overheat while walking, the breathable membrane in a jacket’s fabric may not be enough for you to keep cool. Try to select an option that allows you to manually vent excess heat through pit zips or full side zips. This can help to regulate your temperature over the long run, particularly important during longer hikes – too much sweat building up can leave you shivering later once you stop walking.

Which qualities matter the most to you?

Your personal habits and style might make one jacket stand out to you over others. Do you like to listen to music or a podcast as you cruise the trail? Then, you might want to investigate a jacket that has a pocket to accommodate a phone or media player. If aesthetics are important to you, be sure to search the list for a jacket whose design fits well with your personal style.

 

FAQs

Q: How can a jacket be waterproof and breathable?

A: This dual functionality of many pieces of outerwear seems like a bit of a paradox. How can the fabric keep water out, while also letting moisture from the inside pass through? The answer lies in the well-engineered design of most waterproof, breathable materials. The fabric is fully waterproof jackets consists of multiple layers, including an outer coating and an inner membrane. The inner membrane, a microporous material, is permeable and intended to let water vapor pass through while keeping water droplets out.

The outer coating is usually a first stopper for rain or wet that has been treated with a “Durable Water Repellent” (DWR). Different companies may have different proprietary membranes with special names that they have designed to be waterproof and breathable.  

Q: What do “2.5 L” and “3 L” mean?

A: These pieces of jacket jargon refer to the construction of different fabric layers that work together to create a waterproof and breathable system. As you might guess, a 3 L or 3 Layer jacket is the most robust option. In this case, there are three layers: an outer durable face fabric treated with a Durable Water Repellent (DWR), a middle membrane, and an inner lightweight backing that protects the membrane. This combination is rugged and the most expensive option.

Alternatively, a 2.5 Layer jacket consists of an outer DWR treated fabric bonded to an inner membrane, with a very fine protective sheen sprayed onto the innermost layer (the “half layer”) that helps to protect the membrane from your skin. This option is slightly less advanced, and less expensive as a result, but allows for ultra lightweight jackets.

Q: What is sealed or taped seams and zippers?

A: During the sewing process, the needle creates tiny holes in the fabric of a jacket along the seams and zippers. This is an opportunity for water to seep into an otherwise impermeable garment. To mitigate this, some jackets have a very thin waterproof tape with a rubber backing applied using heat to seal the seams and zippers. While this might seem overly cautious, this procedure makes a noticeable difference to the waterproofing level of a jacket over a longer period of time.

Sources

  1. Evo, Outerwear Construction Guide: Fabrics and Features, Outdoor guide, Nov 22, 2017
  2. Angelika Lyko, What are taped seams? , Outdoor FAQ, Mar 24, 2015
  3. REI, How does Rainwear Work? , Outdoor Guide, Nov 22, 2017
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