Showers Pass Men's Pro Tech ST Jacket

Pro Tech ST

$125.00
$100.00
SKU:
1122-CLER-MD

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The next generation of our popular Pro Tech jacket, the Pro Tech ST uses the same transparent, waterproof-breathable membrane but is now fully seam taped for better weather protection. It also has a more streamlined fit, a longer tail, new cuff and zipper designs, and the back vent is re-engineered for increased air flow. Weighing in at a mere 5 ounces, the ultra-packable Pro Tech ST makes an ideal emergency piece for training rides; and won't hide your kit on race day.

 
 

Technical Specs

  • Ultralight membrane keeps wind and rain out - and body heat in
  • Seam taped construction for maximum weather protection
  • Two-way front zipper is asymmetrical for more comfort and reduced chafing at the neck
  • Specially designed baffle back vent
  • Race cut and stretch fabric for reduced wind resistance and a contoured fit
  • Moisture-wicking lining on the collar
  • PACKABLE: jacket stuffs into its own back pocket
  • 3MTM ScotchliteTM Reflective Material on back pocket

Uses

  • Road
  • Competition

Ratings

BREATHABLE SCALE DEFINITIONS

1 STAR fabrics rate at least 1,000g/m2/day. Great for pre-race warm-ups or unexpected cloud bursts, but not recommended for long fast paced rides or warmer conditions.

2 STAR fabrics rate at least 5,000g/m2/day. This provides some moisture vapor transfer, but if you’re riding hard enough to sweat, especially in cold and rainy conditions, you will probably see some condensation on the inside of the garment.

3 STAR fabrics rate at least 10,000g/m2/day, and the garments have some venting capability. Most people can stay comfortable in these garments, especially if they take advantage of venting capabilities like pit or core vents, 2-way front zippers, or open cuff s.

4 STAR fabrics rate at least 10,000g/m2/day, might have wicking linings, and the garments have multiple venting options. Wicking linings aid in the efficiency of moisture vapor transfer, and provide a drier next-to-skin feel. Venting options like pit or core vents, 2-way front zippers, or open cuff s allow you to adjust airflow.

5 STAR, Industry leading breathability here. At least 15,000g/m2/day, wicking linings, and multiple venting options. For high output activities in varying conditions, this is the way to go!

 

WATERPROOF SCALE DEFINITIONS

1 STAR garments will at least be treated with a Durable Water Repellant (DWR) finish and/or have a tight weave and design that will provide some water repellency.  Great for short rides in light/intermittent precipitation.

2 STAR garments will use fabrics rated 3,000mm-10,000mm or even higher, but might have strategic panels of non-waterproof fabric, or unsealed seams. Generally designed to be waterproof in the areas where you’re most likely to get hit by raindrops and road spray, but not designed to keep you completely dry in a downpour.

3 STAR garments use only fabrics rated at least 10,000mm, but might not be entirely seam sealed. These will keep you dry in most conditions, but you might see localized areas of leakage in extended downpours.

4 STAR garments will use only fabrics rated 3,000-15,000mm, and have taped or welded seams. Bring on the rain, snow, wind, sleet, hail, drizzle, fog, and mud. If all your vents, zippers, cuffs and collar are sealed, these garments should keep the elements out for most rides.

5 STAR garments will have fabrics rated at least 15,000mm, and have taped or welded seams. If you’re going to be out in nasty weather for extended periods of time, these are the garments for you! Just make sure to seal all your vents, zippers, cuffs and collar before stepping out into a downpour.

 

Sizing

 This style is a trimmer fit 

Sizing
XS
S
M
L
XL
chest
<36
36-39
39-42
42-45
45-48
waist
<33
33-36
36-39
39-42
42-45
hem
<32.5
32.50-35.5
35.5-38.5
38.5-41.5
41.5-44
sleeve*
35.75
36 3/4
37 3/4
38 3/4
39 3/4
front length**
19.5
21.5
22.5
23.5
24.5

 

* Actual Jacket measurement, the sleeve is is measured from center base of neck to edge of the sleeve

** The front length of the jacket is measured from the top of the collar to the bottom hem of the jacket