Mission Workshop Waterproof Styrman Topcoat

Feb 12, 2018

Category: Style

Though we love the rain, we prefer to stay as dry as possible when water falls from the sky – especially when we’re traveling. But the problem with most waterproof raincoats is that they are a bit bulky and unwieldy. Mission Workshop’s Styrman, however, packs all of the weatherproofing and warmth into a surprisingly lightweight and packable format.

Constructed from a Swiss-made Scholler fabric called c_change, this raincoat utilizes a cutting-edge breathable waterproof membrane loaded with heat-reactive technology. That means that, while it’s incredibly thin and light, it also offers excellent warmth retention and remains totally waterproof – so you can stay toasty and dry without being bogged down by a heavy technical jacket. It also features a wealth of organizational options – from hand-warmer pockets, to internally ported media pouches, to an external zippered chest pocket, and more – to keep all your EDC gear in order whether you’re just headed to the corner store or roaming the streets of a foreign city. This travel-friendly technical raincoat can be yours for $845.

Purchase: $845

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