Patagonia River Salt Jacket Review
It’s always so easy to write a product review on something that is a not just a good product but a really, really, really good product.
The Patagonia River Salt jacket has been an outstanding product for us and well, when you sell someone a rain jacket that doesn’t perform properly you hear about it and rightfully so. To the best of our knowledge, most people don’t wake up for a day of fishing and think “man I can’t wait to go out there and get soaking wet right to the bone”. Just by feeling the River Salt jacket you get a sense that it is waterproof and tough.
This jacket is constructed using a 4-layer waterproof/breathable material known as H2No (clever name). It also has a DWR (durable waterproof repellent) finish to ensure that the water stays where it is supposed to, on the outside of the garment.
The River Salt jacket weighs 22.6 oz. The 4-layer construction may not make this jacket the lightest on the market but we would rather the jacket have a bit more weight than the weight of our shirts increasing significantly as they get waterlogged.
The heavy-duty front zip is a YKK zipper and it is waterproof and corrosion-resistant. The two breast pockets have a vertical zip with a water repellent zipper. They are sized to accommodate large fly boxes. The front left pocket has a small mesh inner pocket as well as a clip that you can attach a key ring to, ensuring that your keys remain with you for the duration of the day.
The River Salt jacket also has two fleece-lined handwarmer pockets. There is one internal pocket on the left side of the jacket. The cuffs are adjustable and are made with a non-absorbing material. This is a well thought-out, nice clean design. There are no plastic loops for synching which could break over time. The simplicity and the great functionality are the common themes with the River Salt jacket.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by email at email@example.com, by phone at 604-931-5044 or stop by Sea-Run Fly & Tackle at #110-1140 Austin Avenue in Coquitlam BC.
Good luck on the water.
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