Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Stay Dry: Showers Pass Storm Jacket and Pants

"At least it's not snowing yet." It's a refrain repeated pretty frequently the past few days. That's true -- and it also true that all these rainy days are a swell time to be thinking about good, affordable rain gear. Ladies and gentlemen, without further ado (or snow), we present the Showers Pass Storm Jacket ($79.99) and Storm Pants ($59.99).

They are both the best values you can find in waterproof-breathable cycling clothing. Both feature taped seams to keep the raindrops out, and pack up small, so they're easy to stash in a pack (or even a jersey pocket) to keep handy for unexpected downpours. Another nice feature? The hook-and-loop straps to seal the pants and fine-tune the fit.

For those looking for a more full-featured jacket for all conditions, we've got the classic Showers Pass Touring Jacket ($149.99), which features a full cut, plenty of venting options, chest pocket, and adjustable waist.

Showers Pass knows from rain. Their products are designed by cyclists in the Pacific Northwest where rain, wind and cold weather IS the environment. Its gear is technically engineered for racers, commuters, messengers and everyday cycling enthusiasts.

And it's a great time to buy: All Showers Pass products (and ALL our cycling clothing) is now 20% off for our Holiday Sale!

1 comment:

  1. Based on my experience with both products I wouldn't be so confident with the comments on the Showers Pass Storm Pant which has rated well for me. I actually ended up lossing my Storm Pant so replaced them with another product.

    On the other hand the Showers Pass Elite 2.0 has was a very good product for me, well till it got lost as well.