Waterproof and durable, the Red Ledge Thunderlight Jacket is a good option for budget-conscious hikers and backpackers seeking reliable protection from wet or windy weather at an affordable price.
Weighing an average of 13.6 ounces, the Thunderlight Jacket uses a rip-stop nylon shell and offers protection from rain and wind using Red Ledge's T-Core polyurethane coating. One-hundred percent taped seams and an interior storm flap with a water resistant zipper keep the wearer dry and an attached hood with visor and adjustable draw cords allows for a snug fit around the face and sheds heavy rain. The Thunderlight jacket has a caped back yoke and two zip front pockets with mesh back lining to help with ventilation.
Other features of the Thunderlight Jacket include elasticized Velcro adjustable cuffs, an adjustable draw cord hem and a stuff sack is included for easy packing.
The Red Ledge Thunderlight Jacket offers a relaxed fit that layers well over light to medium weight fleece, sweaters or base layers and is available in a variety of size and color options.
- Waterproof T-Core coating
- 100% taped seams
- Interior storm flap with micro-tricot chin guard and water resistant zipper
- Caped back for ventilation
- Attached hood and visor with adjustable draw cords
- Two zip pockets with mesh lining for ventilation
- Elasticized cuffs with adjustable Velcro closures
- Stuff sack included for easy storage
- Adjustable draw cord at bottom hem
Best Use Backpacking, Hiking Jacket Back Length Hip-Length Center Back Length 30" Warranty Lifetime Limited Type Waterproof Jacket Shell Material T-Core Nylon Taffeta Rip Stop Other Stuff Sack Included Number of Pockets 2 Item Weight 13.6 oz Insulation Material n/a Hood Yes; Adjustable Fit Relaxed
Likes: Lightweight, inexpensive and breathable rain protection. It is my second pair in 15 years. Great product!
Likes: Good jacket at the price, kept the rain and a little sleet off, lite weight ,and did it's job.
Dislikes: Could be a little more breathable
Likes: Keep me dry
Likes: have not used it yet, but looks like high quality.