Showers Pass Rain Hood

Showers Pass

The hood is designed to work with Showers Pass jackets using velcro attachments at the neck. It is cut to wear under a helmet, and is made from a waterproof breathable fabric and is fully seam-taped.

Color: Black

Sizing: Two sizes: Small/Medium & Large/ XL. Select Rain Hood size based on jacket size.

**Note: Rain Hood is only compatible with the following Showers Pass jackets**

  • Men's and Women's Elite 2.1 Jackets
  • Men's and Women's Transit Jackets
  • Men's and Women's Club Pros
  • Men's and Women's Double Century RTX Jackets
  • Men's and Women's Hi-Vis Elite Jackets
  • Men's and Women's Torch Jackets


Average rating: based on 9 reviews.

Sturdy and practical


Reviewed By: Tom Jerez on 6/30/17

Is easily adapted to my cycling raincoat and, while it is comfortably big to put it on and take it out when wearing helment, then you fasten it tight and securely with a single hand using the elastic strings

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Reviewed By: Sarah on 12/7/16

Attaches securely to the jacket. It's quite large for a hood designed to wear under a helmet. It takes a lot of fiddling with it to keep the visor out of my eyes. Also not a fan of the Velcro closure on the front. I would have preferred a visor without that. Still, it kept me dry in last week's driving rain.

Showers Pass Rain Hood


Reviewed By: Ann on 9/6/16

Great hood! Keeps the weather out yet is light weight, easy to attaché and the cinch is perfect!

Perfect complement to SP elite 2.1 jacket


Reviewed By: René Chartier on 5/31/16

This hood fits well under my helmet, attaches easily and securely to the jacket, has a visor to keep rain off of glasses and most importantly keeps out moisture. Great product!

Rain Hood


Reviewed By: Reid on 3/30/16

This is a good hood. It connects securely to the jacket. I like the snug fit around the neck. Even without rain it's useful for staying warm when it's below freezing. My only complaint is the visor. When I put my helmet on it causes the the visor to fold down and cover my eyes. So you either have to wear your helmet improperly on the back of your head, or pull the hood back a ways before putting on the helmet.

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