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As much as our teddy coats and oversized leather jackets can provide warmth and style at the same time, when it comes to protecting us from the rain, you’ll most likely end up soaked. Rain jackets are a wardrobe essential as they can keep you dry without sacrificing warmth or trendiness.
You don’t just want any rain jacket either; the best rain jackets will keep out water and wind no matter if it’s a sprinkle or downpour. No matter what your needs are, most quality rain jackets can be priced at upward of $100+, but you don’t need to break the bank to get a durable rain jacket. REI has made it easier to snag luxury for less with up to 40% off the popular Patagonia Houdini Jacket.
The current sale can grant you a water-repellent jacket that’s coated in DWR and weighs only 3.4 ounces. What’s arguably one of its best features is the ability to fold it down into a compact pouch for easier storage when you’re on the go — we’re talking small enough to fit in your backpack or travel tote bag.
Keep reading to score the deal before it inevitably sells out.
Patagonia Houdini Jacket
Treat yourself to 40% off Patagonia’s Houdini Jacket, which drops the price down to a wallet-friendly $65. The pattern will instantly become a staple in your jacket collection as it boasts a bold pink geometric pattern and the iconic Patagonia label. Attached is a hood to help protect your hair and face from wind and rain and there are also two built-in pockets for storing small belongings or keeping your hands warm.
Reviewers also love how it moves with you, which is especially important if you enjoy outdoor adventures whether it’s hiking, running or biking.
“This Houdini [jacket] is the most fun and colorful print, and I’m glad I found it to replace my 10-year-old version,” wrote one shopper. “For the past decade, I’ve been using a purple one and it had been my go-to layer on many adventures. After so many wind storms and backpacking trips, it’s a bit worn out and patched up. I think this new one will take patches well, and the curvy cut at the base of the jacket seems more streamlined and better for biking than my old version.”
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