Baro Brockton Jacket

Feb 23, 2018

Category: Style

Spring showers are not far away, but thankfully for us, there are plenty of great rain jackets on the market to keep us all both dry and sharply dressed. One of our favorites? Baro’s Brockton jacket.

This military-inspired button-up rain jacket is cut from a special cotton and nylon blend, given a DWR treatment, and taped seams to keep water out. In addition to all that tech, the jacket also has a thin technical membrane designed to repel water while also allowing for sweat and moisture to get out. And while all of that is necessary and good, what really sets this jacket apart is how it wears. It features pockets for everything, boasts a drop tail kick pleat, and an ample hood – all without coming off as too-technical. Not bad, Baro. Not bad at all.

Purchase: $235

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