O2 Rainwear Cycling Series Jacket

Brand
O2 Rainwear
Price
$39.00

A great inexpensive, entry level rain jacket for occasional use. If serious rain protection is needed on your tour, we highly recommend purchasing: Showers Pass Transit Jacket CC

Made of 3M Propore microporous fabric the O2 jacket employs a moisture barrier that is melded to a soft non-woven fabric. This technology allows your body to breathe while repelling moisture as well as keeping you cool and dry. Lightweight at 5 oz, the O2 Jacket fits into its own stuff sack for easy storage in a bike bag. For a matching bottom, please see: O2 Rainwear Cycling Series Pants.

Sizing:

  S M L XL XXL
Chest (overarm measurements) 40” 43” 46” 49” 52”
Sleeve Length 32” 33” 34” 35” 36”
Neck 17” 18.5” 20” 22” 23”
Center Back Length 30” 31” 32” 33” 34”

 


Reviews

Average rating: based on 14 reviews.

15+ years and still counting. GREAT product!

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Reviewed By: Harvey Miller on 7/25/22

I've owned both the O2 pants and this O2 jacket for over 15 years. I've only had to replace the jacket once when I mishandled it and made a small rip in the arm part. Light weight, VERY packable, absolutely breathable (air flow through and kept me cool), absolutely water proof this is my go-to rain product. I've bicycled on long trips and it never failed. Excellent product!

This rain gear DOES NOT WORK

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Reviewed By: Carol Wallace on 2/9/22

I bought this jacket for a self-supported Route 66 tour because it is lightweight, packed small, and is high visibility. Unfortunately, that is where the good qualities end. It DID NOT keep me dry...EVER! The worst experience was in early October. My son and I had left Tucumcari, NM the day before a rainstorm and cold front came through. It was near 100 degrees when we left Tucumcari. We stopped in the ghost town of Montoya for the night. The next morning, the temperature was 40 degrees and rainy. I put on an extra jacket under my rain suit for warmth, and I ended up SOAKING WET through ALL my layers of clothes - down to my skin. Because of the extremely limited services in that part of New Mexico, we had to set up our tent in a parking area in Newkirk, and hunker down for the rest of the day (after changing into dry clothes, of course).

Best bet for the money

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Reviewed By: William Clark on 9/6/21

I've had 3 of these. But then again, I've been boarder to boarder and coast to coast. I mean, how often do you need a rain jacket anyhow. Most of the time when we ride, it is HOT! Or HUMID! So who needs anything more than this. They definitely do not last forever. Mine has deteriorated over time, and they do not hold up well to being caught on a snag. But if that does happen, you will not start crying like you just ripped that $199 jacket. But for an occasional shower, these are a great buy. They block the wind very well and keep you dry! And they pack very well. I'd say about the size of a 24 oz. can of beer!

Good rain jacket

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Reviewed By: BFM90 on 6/21/17

I needed a rain jacket I could wear in the summer months. This jacket does a good job of keeping me dry. Plus, it folds up small into a backpack or frame bag. The material is breatheable and the high vis yellow is easily seen by cars and other cyclists. The zipper seems made well enough to last a few years. For the price, this jacket can't be beat. Highly recommended. I usually wear a large, so I bought an XL. XL size fit me perfect.

Good value

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Reviewed By: Tony E on 6/16/17

Light and compact so I keep it in my bag all the time. Runs small so order one size larger than normal.

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