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5162-OCEN-XL

Women's Transit Jacket

Size Guide
_Women's Size Chart Jackets and Pants
Color
Ocean Blue
Yelling Yellow
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The Ultimate in Commuter Protection

The Transit Jacket is weatherproof and rugged, with a generous helping of 3M™ reflective trim and a full cut to allow for optimal layering over bulky street clothes - not to mention - extra long sleeves


  • Bike Commuters Rejoice! The Transit Jacket is weatherproof and rugged with a generous helping of 3M TMScotchlite TM Reflective Material. Full cut for layering over bulky street clothes. Made with fully seam taped 3-layer waterproof breathable Artex fabric. Extra long pit vents and back vent let you regulate your temperature when your commute heats up.
    This jacket is compatible with our Rain Hood, sold separately here
    1. Featuring fully seam taped, 3-layer Elite™ waterproof-breathable hardshell fabric for exceptional breathability
    2. Reinforced shoulders protect the fabric from back pack straps
    3. Extra Long core vents prevent overheating
    4. YKK Aquaguard Vislon water-resistant front zipper
    5. Ergonomic easy-grip zipper pulls
    6. 360 degrees of 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Material trim for maximum visibility
    7. Removable, adjustable hood fits over a helmet and stows in inside pocket
    8. Double toggle hem cinch for adjustability
    9. Magnetic drop-down tail protects from road spray and wet stadium seats
    10. Drop-down tail features 2 reflective grommets that are compatible with Showers Pass Beacon Lights (sold separately)
    11. Soft, moisture wicking lining at collar
    12. Locker loop at collar
    13. Front handwarmer pockets, and inside chest pocket with audio port
  • 3-Layer Jackets Fabric Type Breathable Rating Waterproof Rating Seam Taped Visibility Rating Weight (size medium) Fit Style
    Spring Classic Elite 3-Layer 5-star 5-star Yes 4-star 10.6 oz Trim
    Refuge Elite 3-Layer 5-star 5-star Yes 4-star 19 oz Regular
    Elite 2.1 Elite 3-Layer 5-star 5-star Yes 4-star 14.7 oz Trim
    Hi-Vis Elite Elite 3-Layer & MapREflect 4-star 5-star Yes 4-star 18 oz Trim
    Hi Vis Torch MapREflect & Elite 3-Layer 3-star 5-star Yes 5-star 20 oz Trim
    Transit Artex 3-Layer 4-star 4-star Yes 4-star 18.5 oz Full
    Atlas Jacket MapREflect 3-Layer 4-star 5-star Yes 4-star 22 oz Regular
    Odyssey Jacket MapREflect Softshell 3-Layer 2-star 3-star No 4-star 17.3 oz Regular
    Rogue Hoodie Artex Softshell 3-Layer 2-star 3-star No 3-star 17.3 oz Trim
    2.5-Layer Jackets Fabric Type Breathable Rating Waterproof Rating Seam Taped Visibility Rating Weight (size medium) Fit Style
    IMBA Jacket Artex 2.5 DC 5-star 5-star Yes 4-star 16 oz Regular
    Double Century RTX Artex 2.5 DC 5-star 5-star Yes 4-star 11.3 oz Trim
    Syncline Artex 2.5-layer 4-star 4-star Yes 3-star 13.6 oz Regular
    Club Pro Artex 2.5-layer 4-star 4-star Yes 4-star 13 oz Regular

     

    Ratings Scale Explained

    Breathable Scale

    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 cuffs.

    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 cuffs 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

    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.

  • Appropriate Washing + A Little TLC = Rain Gear Long Life

    Our products are of the highest quality available on the market, but failure to properly care for even the best outerwear can cause it to die an untimely death. Here are some tips to prolonging the life of your waterproof outerwear.

    1. Wash your gear! Pollutants like dirt, sweat, road grime, and sunscreen can gunk up zippers (causing them to stick or break), and cause waterproof membranes to deteriorate. We generally recommend that daily commuters wash their jackets once a month or so. Machine wash on the gentle cycle, with COLD water and hang dry. We recommend using liquid detergent, because powders can leave a residue if they do not dissolve completely. Avoid products with fabric softeners or bleach. Nikwax Tech Wash works great for our gear.
    2. Do not expose to excessive heat. Seam tape can fall apart in a dryer, and it is not a pretty sight. Excessive heat (even a car dashboard in the summer) can also cause multi-layered waterproof fabrics to delaminate.
    3. Store with care. Just because a garment can stuff into its own pocket or stuff sack does not mean it wants to live that way all the time. Hang it up or lay it flat between uses; and make sure it dries completely.
    4. Be kind to your zippers. We sometimes use 2-way zippers for venting, and water-resistant zippers to keep you extra dry. Both of these features can make the zippers harder to operate. Please be gentle with them. In our experience, yanking on them repeatedly will only make them angry. For the occasional extra-sticky spot, we’ve found that regular pencil graphite rubbed on the zipper’s teeth is a good lubricant. (Just don’t wear it over a white shirt that day!)
    5. Spot treat stains. If you have a really tough stain, spot cleaning with liquid dish detergent can help. Never use bleach or harsh chemicals to clean your jacket. To protect the interior of a jacket from stains, be sure to wash new shirts, jerseys and arm warmers before wearing them underneath your jacket to prevent colors from depositing onto the lining.
    6. Perk up your DWR. The DWR (Durable Water Repellant) finish on the outside of a fabric is what makes the water bead and roll off. Over time it will begin to wear or wash off. Don’t despair. Look for spray-on treatments made for waterproof-breathable fabrics like NikWax TX Direct Spray on Treatment to perk up the DWR. This maximizes the ability of the waterproof-breathable membrane inside the fabric to do its job

    FAQs

    Should I put my Showers Pass gear in the dryer?

    We do not recommend machine drying gear. Excess heat can damage the fabrics and seam tape on waterproof outerwear, and reflective detailing on socks will lasts longer when line dried. Air drying is also the more environmentally friendly option.

    What detergent should I use?

    Choose a liquid detergent and avoid products with fabric softeners or bleach. Nikwax Tech Wash works great for our gear.

    Specific Questions?

    Email us at info@showerspass.com

    Call us at 1-800-557-5780

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