I’m looking at the forecast on my phone right now for upstate New York and the next four days go ‘rain, rain, partly cloudy, snow’. Now if that’s not proof that we’re knee deep in Fall and approaching Winter then I don’t know what is. And when I see a forecast like that to me it means one thing: I need a rain jacket I can layer in. Something that I can rock with a sweater underneath if the temperatures plummet, but also a rain jacket that’s thick enough to keep me warm in chilly temps.
We haven’t even gotten to the importance of owning a rain jacket that’s both impregnable in the rain but also looks stylish indoors, but I want to stress that that should also be a HUGE FACTOR when choosing a rain jacket this Fall. That’s why I want you bros who are in the market for some outerwear to pick up this season’s hottest item: the Carhartt Rockford Rain Defender Jacket.
It costs less than fifty bucks (which is super rare in the rain jacket world), and it comes with the tried and true ‘Carhratt’ name that we’ve all come to know and trust since the Michigan-based company was founded back in 1889. This jacket comes in a variety of colors and it won’t break the bank, so if I were you I’d consider buying it today before the prices go back up!
4.25-ounce 100% nylon oxford. Polyester mesh lining in body, taffeta lining in sleeves. Left chest pocket with media port to inner garment. Snap-adjustable cuffs. Draw-cord adjustable hem. Rain Defender® durable water-repellent finish.