Don't let torrential downpour get you down, embrace waterproof performance in this long-lasting jacket. With a DWR finish, pit venting, and storm flaps, you can rest assured that this Women's Torrentshell 3L Jacket will provide exceptional elemental resistance.
- 100% Recycled Nylon Ripstop
- Front Handwarmer Pockets
- H2No® Performance Standard
- bluesign® Approved
- Fair Trade Certified™ Sewing
- DWR Finish.
- Tricot Backer.
- Venting Pit Zips
- Made in Vietnam.
- Microfleece-Lined Neck.
- Zipper-Garage Chin Guard.
- Zippers With a DWR Finish.
- Adjustable Drawcord Hem.
- Two-Way-Adjustable Hood.
- Welted Exterior Storm Flaps.
- 3 Layer 3.3oz 50-Denier ECONYL®.
- Self-Fabric Hook-and-Loop Cuff Closures.
- Polycarbonate PU Membrane With 13% Biobased Content.
- Snag-Free Center-Front Zipper With External and Internal Storm Flaps.
- Laminated Visor Rolls Down and Stows With a Simplified Cord-and-Hook Design.
- This Jacket is Stowable in the Left Handwarmer Pocket With Carabiner Clip-In Loop.
Recycled Nylon - Nylon accounts for about 10% of ocean debris. By purchasing a product made with recycled nylon you are helping to minimize the growth of the 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic debris in the ocean.
H2No® Performance Standard - H2No Performance Standard is Patagonia’s benchmark for waterproof, breathability and durability, which ensures a high level of long-term performance backed by their Ironclad Guarantee. H2No Performance Standard products undergo the most rigorous testing in the industry. The H2No Performance Standard for waterproof shell garments is 20,000mm before, and 10,000mm after their Killer Wash test (per JIS L 1092 B).
bluesign® Approved - Since 2000, Patagonia has been working with bluesign® to evaluate and reduce resource consumption in the material supply chain.
bluesign® offers the highest level of consumer safety employing methods and materials in their manufacture that conserve resources and minimize impacts on people and the environment.
Fair Trade Certified™ Sewing - For every Fair Trade Certified™ item produced for Patagonia, they pay a community-development premium. The money goes into an account controlled by the cooperative of farmers or association of factory workers who decide how best to use it. The funds are designated for social, economic and environmental development projects. For example, cotton farmers may choose to use the money for agricultural improvements, rainwater catchment systems or to build a school or a health clinic. Workers in Fair Trade factories may invest in healthcare for their children, bicycles for easier transit to and from work or a cash bonus.
All workers in the factories and farms that make Fair Trade Certified™ clothing benefit from the funds, whether they work directly on Patagonia products or not.