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Top 6 Best Men’s Rain Jacket For Fall

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As we leave summer behind and head into autumn, it’s inevitable that the long sunny days are going to be replaced with more dark, rainy ones soon enough so now is the perfect time to invest in a new rain jacket. Luckily, there is definitely no shortage of options to choose from in this regard and we’ve picked out 6 of the best men’s rain jackets for Fall below:

Howler Brothers Aguacero Rain Jacket | $199

Just because it’s raining doesn’t mean to say you can (or want to) sit inside and stare at your phone all day. The Howler Brothers Aguacero Rain Jacket ($199) has been meticulously designed and tested and each one is crafted from a 2.5 layer nylon bonded lightweight fabric with a touch of spandex to keep you freewheeling when you get out there in the downpour. The taped seams and waterproof zippers help to keep the water at bay and your core cozy but the vented sides allow you to open up and let off some steam when the sun comes out. It is fully packable into the hood and features western-style front pockets, bungee drawcords and Bros Bolt logo patch. ($199)

Filson Ultralight Jacket | $195

The Filson Ultralight Jacket is made with 1.5-oz. Cordura® ripstop nylon, weighs next to nothing and allows the jacket to be packed into its own pocket for easy stowage when the rain lets up. For added protection from weather and wear, the guys at Filson have added an additional reinforcing layer over the shoulders. Their Ultralights are insulated with PrimaLoft® Gold, which closely replicates the packability and softness of goose down better than any synthetic insulation available. PrimaLoft Gold’s most impressive performance attribute, however, is that it retains 98% of its insulating ability when wet, making this the perfect rain jacket this Fall. ($195)

Topo Designs Global Jacket | $189

With a structured hood, venting pockets and the right amount of stretch, you can wear the 10K waterproof rated Global Jacket from Topo Designs ($189) as a shell layer during cold weather, or simply wear over a tee for protection during unpredictable afternoon rain showers. Use the PackFast™ Packing Band to roll the Global Jacket up for when you’re on the go, and use the external hang loop to dry it out after getting caught during a downpour. Heat up on the trail and cool off with large mesh vented side pockets. It also has an array of hidden and exposed pockets keep everything you need close at hand. ($189)

Relwen Windzip Jacket | $258

The Relwen Windzip Jacket ($258) has an exterior built from a nylon and spandex blend for just the right amount of stretch and the tall stand-up collar of double layer quilted material for additional warmth. The dual closure—snap placket and zip front—offer extra protection from the elements and it boasts black oxidized Relwen-branded hardware throughout. ($258)

Patagonia Tres Jacket | $499

Boasting a waterproof and breathable outer shell with two-layer construction and DWR finish, the Patagonia Tres Jacket takes no prisoners whatever the weather. It has zippered chest pockets and drop-in pockets, magnetic snap flaps on drop-in pockets for all your EDC essentials. The Tres Jacket also has an adjustable insulated hood with visor and storm flap can be removed when not in use. ($499)

Finisterre Fourier Jacket | $129

Grey skies, endless rain, and chilly forecasts are commonplace for Cornwall, England where the guys at Finisterre are likely located chasing swells in between outfitting us with the apparel to combat that chilly / rain-soaked weather. And that’s where they get the inspiration for top quality pieces of outerwear like the Fourier Jacket ($129). It is crafted to retain warmth while keeping out the wind and rain, it’s also made with industry-leading sustainable materials and methods. ($129)

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