Other than lots of men growing mustaches this month, November can bring us a lot of rain (soon-to-be-snow) too. You should get well equipped for this with the right jacket. You know, the one that will never leave you standing wet in the rain (cue depressing movie scene here). Patagonia Women’s Torrentshell Rain Jacket.
The Patagonia Women’s Torrentshell Rain Jacket has 2.5 layers that will protect you from any kind of wet weather conditions. As the name says, it is going to be like your own personal shell: a drawcord tightens the hem and comes with a 2-way adjustable hood with laminated visor that will let you see clearly. Roll it down and stow it away when the rain stops. The front zipper features both interior and exterior storm flaps to prevent you getting all wet because the jacket opened by itself (snaps aren’t always the best fasteners) Also, don’t worry about getting a cold: just tuck your hands in the microfleece-lined hand-warmer pockets and your neck will be just as cozy as well .
When the rain stops and you want to put your Patagonia Women’s Torentshell Rain Jacket away, you can just stuff it in one of the handwarmer pockets and close it with a carabiner clip-in loop. Comes in various colors.