A men’s running jacket in a game-changing fabric that fits like a top. Wear it with a baselayer to beat the cold, or next to the skin for soft-brushed comfort. It gives you all the protection from deep winter and dark rain, with none of the bulk of regular cold-weather gear.
Developed for going fast in wet weather, this Italian fabric is weatherproof, warm, and highly breathable. A double treatment of DWR coating means water just rolls off – and reflective film on every seam lights you up like nothing else.
The All Weather Jacket fits close to the body, with semi-raglan sleeves to give full range of movement, plus bonded seams to reduce chafe. Two pockets swallow up your essentials – phone, keys, gels – while long sleeves and thumb holes keep out the draught.
You can read more about the All Weather Jacket in the designer's notes HERE.
Warm, weatherproof, breathable
Game-changing Italian fabric works as a jacket and fits like a top
Close fit, full movement
Cut close to the body, with semi-raglan sleeves
Zip pockets, reflective seams
Every seam lights up in the dark, plus two pockets for essentials
The SOAR X-Line brings together the ultimate in technical fabrics and movement-friendly construction techniques. Each piece designed for going faster and further.
Warm, weatherproof and highly breathable fabric
Double DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating
Full-length YKK Aquaguard zip
Zipped chest and rear pockets
Italian technical fabric
71% PA, 29% EL
Machine wash 30C
Cool iron: 1 dot
Do not bleach
Do not dry clean
Do not tumble dry
To retain the All Weather Jacket's waterproofing we recommend washing with an unperfumed natural soap detergent or a specialist product such as Rapha’s Apparel Wash. Do not use fabric conditioner or water softener. Cool (one dot) iron after the washing to reactive the DWR treatment.
This jacket is fitted with enough space for a base layer to be worn underneath.
Today has had an icy feel but thanks to this jacket from SOAR Running I was perfectly balanced during my run. I’ve used the jacket a number of times now and found it to be my best running top/jacket
Paul Sinton-Hewitt, parkrun founder — All Weather Jacket