“Rained out” is for baseball, not cycling! When the skies open up, pull out the Ultra-Lite Clear Rain Jacket.
You will love this jacket. Unlike so many rain slicks made with suffocating plastic, this Ultra-Lite is built from super light, stretchable and waterproof fabric. The fully vented design keeps you comfortable, while strategically placed reflective detailing keeps you safe.
When the sun comes out, this technical and functional jacket packs up nice and tight to fit in your jersey pocket.
You won't want to hit the road or trail without it.
Posted by Unknown on 24th Aug 2013
I bought this for my husband who had been wanting a lightweight rain jacket. Thankfully he has not yet had the opportunity to use it. I would have liked that it had a pocket that you could neatly tuck the jacket into for stowing. Perhaps that feature could be added ion the future.
Posted by Ron M on 30th Jul 2013
Just bought this jacket a week ago since I was participating on a 40 miler over this past weekend. As I expected the first half of the ride it rained - torrentially for about 15 minutes and then on/off for another hour or so. This jacket kept me dry and I do believe that he jacket is breathable especially around the torso area. The jacket does what it is designed to do - keep you dry from rain. Price was great BTW so 4 stars for overall quality & delivering on the promise to keep you dry from rain.
Posted by Tomas Villegas Jr. on 4th Jul 2013
The Ultra-Lite Clear Cycling Rain Jacket - Men's is the best piece of rain gear I have ever own. You stay dry even during the hardest rain
storms and the price is right. I highly recommended.
Posted by Randy Clark on 2nd Jul 2013
Really nice jackets and appreciate the fact they weigh nothing so they fit in my pocket.
Posted by Unknown on 28th Jun 2013
A good friend recommended this jacket. I have yet to 'field test' it in the rain. I am hopeful that it will 'breathe' and also keep me dry during a rain event.
Posted by Unknown on 6th Jun 2013
I bought this jacket to replace another ultra-lightweight jacket that cost me twice as much.
The advantage goes to the Pactimo Ultra-lite.
Water-proof vs water-resistant.
A robust, well constructed zipper vs a flimsy, snag-proned, lightweight zipper.
Interior storm flap under zipper vs lacking of one.
Ventilated back vs lacking of one.
Despite being able to fit into my jersey pocket (to about the size of a baseball), it did not fold down as small as my other jacket or as I would have liked. Great jacket nonetheless.
Posted by Dave Bobzien on 4th Jun 2013
I've owned three different Clear Cycling Jackets and it would be full of water (sweat) 1/4th of the way in to a ride. This Jacket breaths. I'm happy I found it and I'm even happier that I bought it.
Posted by scott on 24th May 2013
the rain jacket keeps you dry and comfortable. great jacket, good quality, and lightweight
Posted by ZVT on 22nd May 2013
It's hard to even explain how great this jacket is. It's some sort of plastic material that is stretchy so it feels cool and is totally waterproof. Even better is that it's not like wearing a trash bag at all. I had an old rain jacket I used to use and it was like getting cling wrapped and and tossed in the sauna. This jacket breathes so you don't feel like you're getting more drenched from sweat than you would be from the rain.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Apr 2013
This is my first cycling jacket period, so I just gave 4 stars due to my inability to compare with what else is out on the market. After reading the reviews here, I took the plunge and bought one for myself and my wife. First, the sizing chart worked perfect with both our jackets fitting great (no balloon jackets here). The versatility that was talked about in other reviews is what I was after, and I was not disappointed. My main use is as a wind breaker (over a SS jersey and arm warmers it works great for my 45-50degree weather). Covers around lower back great, nice zipper, and fits in rear pockets as advertised. Hopefully, I won't make a habit of getting caught in the rain, but if I do I have confidence in this product.
I will be purchasing other products in the future as this was my first and I am very pleased!!!
Posted by Randy Warren on 14th Feb 2013
I just spent 4 days riding in California and one of those days was cool (near 40 degrees) with some rain and hail! My new Pactimo Ultra-Lite Clear Cycling Rain Jacket was GREAT! It packed neatly and compactly in my pocket until I needed it and then, once it was out, kept me comfortable and dry. I don't know of another rain jacket that performs this well at anywhere near this price!
Posted by LKonkol on 17th Oct 2012
Every cyclist should owe one of these. I borrowed one from a friend, he never got it back…. I spent 2 hours in a high mountain monsoon and my upper body was completely dry. It breaths so you don’t drown in your own sweat and is lightweight to pack for every ride.
Posted by RoddW on 25th Jul 2012
This jacket will perform well as both a light weight rain jacket or top layer to cut the wind on chilly mornings. Compare to other jackets that are over the top too expensive, or thicker ones that will not compress down to fit nicely in your jersey pocket--this is one jacket that will do it all!
Posted by drrew on 11th Jul 2012
I looked at a number of less and more expensive raingear options for me and my girlfriend and settled on the pactimo clear cycling jacket without even seeing it or trying it on. Jackets that I tried on in various bike and outdoor gear stores in a similar price range had very lttle ventilation in the underarms and just seemed too heavy whereas the pactimo has fully vented underarms that also provide more flexibility. The more expensive ones were..well, way more expensive for the amount of riding we planned on doing in bad weather. As noted in other reviews the jacket is quiet, easily packed. A great buy in my opinion. For guys with wider shoulders and a more.. lets say burly build size up.
Posted by Stew on 6th Jun 2012
I bought this because of the semi-form fit description hoping for a better fit than my current windbreaker. It did not disappoint. I did not get any audible flutter until I was going 35MPH into a 25 MPH headwind. It was nice to hear the wind in my ears on a cool mountain descent instead of my jacket flapping. I am sure it will also work well in the rain so it is now the only top layer I will carry.
Posted by RAD on 21st Dec 2011
13+ days of rain in Tucson since November, and I didn't have this jacket. Then again, I could wait the rain out. Did wear it today, no rain, but temp in the low 30s. Wore it over a vest and arm warmers. Worked great as a wind jacket that I stuffed in my vest pocket when it warmed up. This is a great alternative to my thermal jacket.
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