Men's Visp Rain Jacket

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Created for those who want to pack light and go far no matter the weather, the Visp Rain Jacket boasts wind and rain protection in an ultralight package. Made with a customized 3-layer waterproof/breathable fabric, it’s fully stormproof, yet has an exceptionally breathable feel. Weighing in at 5.4 oz (153g) to start, you’ll barely know it’s in your pack until you need it. You can wear the Visp alone to shed wind and rain, or pair it with a Torrid APEX jacket for a highly effective, ultralight jacket system.  



    • 3-Layer waterproof/breathable fabric composed of ultralight 7D ripstop nylon, a ePTFE membrane, and a soft tricot lining for a comfortable next-to-skin feel.
    • Waterproof to 20,000mm H₂0.
    • Moisture vapor transmission rate (MVTR): 75,000 g/m²/24hr.


    • Sizes run about a half size large for layering purposes. Check out the Fit and Sizing tab above to help you decide which will provide you the perfect fit.
    • Fits directly over a Torrid Jacket of a corresponding size.


    • Waterproof YKK Uretek front zipper keeps moisture from coming in the front.
    • Waterproof YKK Uretek Pit Zips keep your underarms ventilated in humid conditions.
    • Full length, #3 waterproof YKK Uretek zipper.
    • Fitted hood with stiffened visor adjusts at the front and back to keep it in place or keep out of user's line of sight.
    • Shaped cuffs have a velcro adjustment for coverage or ventilation.
    • Adjustable shock cord waistband.
    • Droptail hem offers extra coverage in the back to keep the jacket from riding up under a pack.
    • Raglan sleeve design for a full range of movement.
    • Fully waterproofed seams, sealed with seam-tape.
    • Fabric colors may appear different from images shown due to rendering and monitor differences. Read more about our Fabrics.
    • Made in Vietnam. Inspected in Winona, Minnesota.
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Men's Size Small

Model Height: 6' 1" | Model Sleeve: 33" | Model Chest: 37" | Model Waist: 31" | Model Hips: 35"

Men's Size Medium

Model Height: 6' 0" | Model Sleeve: 34" | Model Chest: 39" | Model Waist: 34" | Model Hips: 37"

Men's Size Large

Model Height: 6' 0" | Model Sleeve: 36" | Model Chest: 44" | Model Waist: 36" | Model Hips: 39"

Men's Size XL

Model Height: 6' 2" | Model Sleeve: 34" | Model Chest: 44" | Model Waist: 44" | Model Hips: 46"


Note: You’re looking at the sewn specifications of the Men's Visp Rain Jacket. This is not a size chart or sizing guide, but rather the finished measurements of the jacket. For sizing information check out the Size Chart tab above.

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5 Reviews

David 16th Sep 2021

Best Rain Jacket Ever

Love this jacket. Used Frogg Toggs for 15 years, because they were so light and cheap. Finally decided to upgrade to a proper jacket that I would keep for years. I did my research and considered several other brands, but this jacket had the best specifications on paper. After receiving it in the mail, I absolutely love it. Great build quality, and the perfect addition to my ultralight backpacking kit. Thanks!!

Luke Ludeman 26th Aug 2021

VERY Breathable and Ultralight Shell

I did the entire Uinta Highline Trail the first week of Aug, 21 - and I was rained on every afternoon. This shell is so light that I did not notice it in my pack. The fabric is really thin and very breathable - the most breathable shell I have ever owned. Excellent that it is seam taped. I had the opportunity to wear this shell every afternoon for 8 days - and I stayed dry. I did not feel "clammy" and sweaty, I could (almost) feel the air/wind passing through the shell, but yet, I stayed dry when it rained. Superb combo of light / breathable / wearable. I love that the fit is a little large and forgiving. Overall, I love this shell. No frills or extras, and it worked as I hoped. Looks almost the same as before I left for my hike. One caution - the fabric is VERY thin and seems like it would not survive a ton of abuse. With some care and attention, this may be the lightest and close to the best shell I have owned in my 38 years of backpacking...

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