Women's Vertice Rain Jacket
When the skies are overcast and the rain is pouring down, our ultralight Vertice Rain Jacket offers superior protection and breathability. Our Vertice material is optimized to be lightweight without compromising on durability, and it is among the lightest possible choices for waterproof hyper-breathable rain gear.
Be sure to check out the rest of our Vertice Rain Gear.
Full length waterproof front zipper with rain guard for extra protection.
Fully taped seams
Adjustable elastic at the wrists and hood can be cinched tight or let loose with one hand.
Elastic at the hem to seal out drafts.
Fitted hood with visor; strap on the back of the hood allows for vertical adjustments.
Hood can be rolled up and clipped when not in use.
Hood can accommodate climbing, skiing, snowboarding, or cycling helmet.
Position of chest pocket allows for easy access while wearing a backpack.
Chest pocket is approximately 8 inches wide by 9.5 inches tall
- Chest pocket can be flipped inside out, and is large enough to store the jacket, pants and mitts together.
Jacket can be compactly rolled up and secured with the wrist elastic
Waterproof armpit zippers are included for venting.
Comfortable body length and sleeve length for good rain protection over layers.
All Zpacks gear has a two year limited warranty against defects in materials or workmanship. Please see our return / warranty policy.
Made in the USA.
Measure your chest using a string or cloth tape measure and go by the "fits chest girth" size. The "fits chest girth" size includes a few inches of wiggle room for layering. The jackets are design to fit a women's shape.
If you'd prefer a looser fit, check out our men's sizes.
- Rain gear should only be washed as needed, after a few trips or if you notice that the DWR is not as effective as when new.
- Machine wash with Grangers Wash+Repel or similar product.
- Tumble dry or line dry.
Click here for instructions on how to properly clean and care for your zipper.
- pit zips
My current rain jacket weighs 13.4 oz and I needed something much lighter for long trekking. Just got the rain jacket last night and I really like the color (blue), fit, the big pocket, and the "must have" pit zips. I ran it under the faucet and seems to hold up extraordinary to the water. My only beef is that it was advertised as 5.4 oz and it weighs in at 6.1 oz for the large. Although this is clearly in an acceptable range, they should advertise the weights of each of the sizes. I would have given the rating a 5 if it matched the weight advertised. Now I need to go give it a test drive!
I will admit that I was a little hesitant when I purchased the raincoat based on the price. However, after lugging around a way too heavy raincoat for too many trips I decided to take the plunge. So very glad I did! First trip out of course it rains. I was nice and dry and completely comfortable. It’s true there is no or perspiration build up inside the jacket. It’s light as a feather. The fabric feels delicate but was extremely durable. Even when I was rubbing me arms up against a tree trying to get my hammock straps up there was no abrasion on the jacket. I will say the only thing that concerns me is the bottom hem line with the elastic in the back does pull at the bottom of the zipper. I am hoping it doesn’t create any stress on the zipper overtime. However, I couldn’t see any compromise to the zipper after this trip where I wore it for 2 days straight.
Wonderful experience with my new Vertices jacket! This was an exchange and the whole process was painless! Looking forward to using this jacket once my newly operated foot heals...My husband absolutely loves his, which is why I ordered one for myself. The jacket fits perfectly... usually a challenge for me as I'm 5'0" tall and 95 pounds, and I was able to find a color I like. I'm pleased with the light weight of it as well. Looking forward to enjoying it on adventures for years to come.
Disappointed that there's no front pocket. I probably would have ordered it anyway but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone else. I actually prefer my old zpacks rain jacket because I used the front pocket so much.
Just returned from many days on a rather wet Wonderland Trail trip around Mt Rainier. The jacket was used often. Features I liked: Longer length, pit zips, fabric light but handled the tension from pack shoulder straps, comfortable, hood worked okay (used baseball cap under it to keep it secured in place) and jacket kept me dry. Improvements: Add pockets - while no pockets helps to keep weight of jacket lower, when standing around at camp in the rain it would have been nice to have hand pockets; Zipper was a bit hard to get started at times, all looked aligned correctly, nothing caught, but at times it look several tries to get it to zip closed, once started zipper was fine.