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Macpac Traverse Pertex® Rain Jacket — Women's

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Macpac Traverse Pertex® Rain Jacket — Women's

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Light and versatile, the Traverse Pertex® Rain Jacket is waterproof, windproof and breathable — ideal for light hiking trips.
  • Product Description
    Light yet durable for its weight, the Traverse Pertex® Rain Jacket is a waterproof jacket designed for hiking light and fast. With lightweight Pertex® Shield Pro on the main body, hood and sleeves and a mid-weight version of the same fabric on the shoulders and lower cuffs, this jacket is body mapped for greater durability in areas of wear while carrying a pack. With an air-permeable microporous PU membrane, the three layer Pertex® Shield Pro fabric is waterproof, windproof and highly breathable during high intensity activity — which means you'll stay protected and comfortable in a range of different environments. Featuring water-resistant YKK® AquaGuard® zips, the Traverse allows you to zip the hood into the collar for a clean and compact aesthetic. Please note, the YKK® AquaGuard® zips are water resistant not waterproof.
  • Design features
    Pertex® Shield Pro fabric — waterproof, windproof and durable for it's weight
    Increased breathability with an air-permeable, microporous PU membrane
    Pertex® Shield Pro features a 20,000 mm hydrostatic head rating
    Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish to help repel moisture
    Adjustable hood zips into collar
    Soft, tricot lined chin piece
    YKK AquaGuard® water-resistant zips on hand and chest pockets — please note, these zips are not waterproof
    Regular fit
  • Product Specifications
    Main FabricPertex® Shield Pro 100% Nylon
    Main Fabric Weight (g/m2)110
    Main Fabric Hydrostatic Head (mm)20000
    Main Fabric Breathability (g/m2/24hr)20000
    Secondary FabricPertex® Shield Pro 100% Nylon
    Secondary Fabric Weight (g/m2)172
    Secondary Hydrostatic Head (mm)20000
    Secondary Breathability (g/m2/24hr)20000
    DWRDWR (C6)
    Membrane/CoatingMicroporous PU
    Weight (g)300 (Size 10)
  • Care
    Close zippers and fasteners
    Cold gentle machine wash separately using a non-detergent soap (use a specialised product like Nikwax® Tech Wash®)
    Do not bleach
    Do not use fabric softener
    Line dry in shade out of direct sunlight
    Tumble dry — cool to restore the DWR/WR coating
    Iron — cool to restore DWR/WR coating
    Do not dryclean
    DO NOT DRYCLEAN

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This is a great raincoat! Highly recommended.
January 17, 2020
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6 months ago
Excellent jacket
I am very happy with this ! My size is 8 but took size 10 because in winter time will wear another jacket ( fleece, down etc ) under the rain jacket.
Very comfortable, soft and light.
Good water proof when the jacket wet, surface is 10min later already dry.
I would recommend this jacket.
October 31, 2019
Awesome jacket!
Its extremely light, I carry it with me everyone, since NZ`s weather is pretty unstable.

I use it mainly for commuting, but did some hikes with it as well. It also works as a windbreaker during summer, since its pretty breathable.

The only thing that I dont like much is the collar. Its pretty stiff and even with the chin guard, it still hurts a bit while full zipped.
October 30, 2019
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Is this jacket warmer than the down jacket?
Ros P on Nov 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Ros - they serve a different purpose so its very difficult to compare the Traverse jacket with a down jacket. Down jackets are very warm. The Traverse is a waterproof garment but has no thermal insulation. The Traverse will give you some warmth as it stops wind and keeps you reasonably dry. It will help keep some body warmth against your skin but it definitely won't provide the insulation and warmth that a down jacket will. But if your down jacket gets wet it losses most of its insulation properties. You can get down jackets with a water-resistant outer shell. In very cold and damp conditions outdoors you would probably wear something like a Traverse rain jacket over your down jacket to help stop the wind chill and rain but give you the warm of down.