The average city in America has 100 rainy days. Enumclaw, Washington has close to 200. And every other day of your life, on average, you’re dealing with rain and gray skies. Having the right gear – your jacket, pants and hoodie – becomes a necessity instead of a consideration in order to stay active. It’s the difference between avoiding the outdoors and conquering it.
This Spring, you’ll find Carhartt’s Rain Defender durable water repellent technology across a variety of men’s and women’s styles in the Spring 2019 collection. With fishing season here and the days longer for outdoor recreation, the rain will come and go, and Carhartt will have your back with the gear you need to stay dry and comfortable.
With fishing season here, Carhartt’s Rain Defender technology is equipped in many pieces within the brand’s fishing line which keeps the Angler performing at their best level whenever they are on the water. Carhartt takes the elements out of the equation and ensures anglers can focus on their next cast.
Carhartt currently sponsors four anglers (Jordan Lee, Matt Lee, Terry Scroggins, and Mark Zona), plus the 2018 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Champion, Nick Ratliff of Campbellsville University. In an effort to keep them outfitted with gear that has their backs on and off the water, Carhartt delivers quality product equipped with innovative technology they’ve come to be known for after 130 years.
What is Rain Defender? Rain Defender repellent technology is built to keep you dry and moving in light rain and has your back all day, every day by forcing rain to roll right off. Carhartt apparel built with Rain Defender technology is just as functional and comfortable while fishing, hunting, working, or standing on the sidelines at a baseball game in a sudden April showers game. Water will bead up and roll off your sweatshirt, jacket, pants, and more, so a little rain won’t stop you from finishing the job without changing your gear.
Learn more about Rain Defender technology here. Products with Rain Defender technology are as follows:
- Rockford Men’s Lightweight Water-Repellent Jacket When hot days turn to cool nights, this men’s lightweight jacket has your back. It’s made of smooth nylon, with a water-repellent coating that stands up to light rain. This mesh-lined layer weighs in at under five ounces, making it easy to stash into your car or pack just in case.
- Crowley Men’s Rowley Softshell Jacket that’s wind-resistant, water-repellent, and built to move. This men’s jacket gives you the flexibility to move on the job while providing rugged defense against the elements. The heavyweight softshell construction holds its own through wind, cold, and light precipitation. It features a large pocket on the inside as well as three zip pockets on the outside.
- Rockford Women’s Lightweight Water-Repellant Jacket When hot days turn to cool nights, this women’s lightweight jacket has your back. It’s made of smooth nylon, with a three-piece hood and a water-repellent coating that stands up to light rain. This long layer weighs in at two ounces, making it easy to stash into your bag just in case.
- Full Swing Women’s Cryder Jacket with plenty of stretch. Whatever the job, this insulated jacket for women keeps you warm and dry from start to finish. Made of heavy duty, cotton-blend stretch duck that sheds water, the jacket features stretch panels on the back and at the elbows so you can chop wood, turn compost, or reset fences with ease.