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Coleman Mens Paldor Peak Rain Jacket, Midnight Blue, Large

The Coleman Paldor Peak Rain Jacket is built to withstand the elements and keep you dry. It-Inchs durably constructed of 100% waterproof, breathable 2.5-layer nylon, seam-sealed with Water Repellency coating for extra assurance. The center front zipper is covered by a storm flap to keep moisture out, while the adjustable hook-and-loop closures at the cuffs

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The Coleman Paldor Peak Rain Jacket is built to withstand the elements and keep you dry. It-Inchs durably constructed of 100% waterproof, breathable 2.5-layer nylon, seam-sealed with Water Repellency coating for extra assurance. The center front zipper is covered by a storm flap to keep moisture out, while the adjustable hook-and-loop closures at the cuffs make sure your arms stay dry too. The attached storm hood sports a protective visor with peripheral-vision adjustment. The two front pockets and chest pocket are zippered and waterproof. The jacket features YKK zippers throughout, for reliable quality.

Product Features

  • 100% waterproof, breathable, 2.5-layer nylon
  • Center front zipper with storm flap to keep moisture out
  • Adjustable hook-and-loop closures at cuffs
  • Attached storm hood with visor & peripheral vision adjustment
  • 3 waterproof zippered pockets

Comments

Texas Jazz says:

Cheap and water soaks through I bought this rain jacket to replace an old Coleman rain jacket that I have loved for over a decade. This is not as good of the rain jacket as the generic windbreaker I already owned. 1. Rain soacks right through, not just through the seams, but through the fabric leaving you total soaked with wrinkled plastic sticking to you. 2. There is no lining so the plastic jacket sticks to you even if it does not rain. 3. The material this jacket is made of is a thin cheap plastic like the $5 rain poncho in a bag.This was a HUGE disappointment. Coleman is known for quality but this jacket was 3 times the price of the cheap windbreaker that I bought and the no name windbreaker has a lining to keep the plastic from sticking and is as water repelent as this rain jacket. All in all I can not recommend this jacket and as soon as I got home from the trip I bought this jacket for, I donated it to Goodwill. A HUGE waste of money.

Anonymous says:

My wife bought this for me for our trip to Mt. Fuji. At first I didn’t need it but since it’s lightweight, it easily folds up/rolled compactly in my Camelbak already full of water, snacks, and hiking gear. But when I did finally get to use it due to rain, it proved to be windproof and kept me dry the whole time.The breast zipper pocket is at a good angle, convenient when reaching in with your right hand into it. I also like how there are adjustable velcro wrist straps to keep air and water out.I am also impressed with the hood and how not only do you have an elastic cord that conforms to the opening of the hood (throat area), but you can also adjust the length of the hood. If you hate hoods that are too long and when you throw it over your head, that the bill of the hood covers half your face making it impossible to see where you’re going,… you will love this! It has another bungy like cord at the back of the head that basically adjusts to any length of neck and size…

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