5 of the Best Men’s Rain Jackets

As we transition from winter to spring, chances are the weather might get a bit wet and wild over the next few weeks and months so it’s always a good idea to have a high quality rain jacket ready and waiting for just such days. Well, the guys at Huckberry have a wonderfully diverse selection of rain jackets to choose from to suit every budget, style and occasion and you’ll be well advised to make sure you don’t miss out on some of the bargains they have right now.

Check our our pick of 5 of the best men’s rain jackets from Huckberry below:

Flint & Tinder Ridge Shell Rain Jacket – $188

Made from a Japanese nylon fabric that’s water and tear-resistant, the Flint & Tinder Ridge Shell Rain Jacket ($188) is going to be the ideal ally for all your spring time outdoor adventures. It has an adjustable hood with natural drawcord and leather cord stoppers, double closure front entry with two-way zipper and snap button storm flap, two hand-warmer pockets and an expandable pleated chest pocket. Each one is made in Los Angeles, California, and has the sort of understated visual appeal and robust performance that today’s contemporary man will appreciate. ($188)

On Running Weather Jacket – $240

If you’re planning on ramping up your running or sporting endeavours this spring and need a jacket that will keep pace with you and ensure the elements are kept at bay, you need look no further than the On Running Weather Jacket ($240). The lightweight Japanese fabrics allow the running jacket to deliver 360° ventilation in an ultra-durable package and the 100% polyamide protective and tear-resistant upper fabric reaches across the chest and shoulders for the ultimate in performance. It is coated with advanced DWR (durable water repellent), which means the Weather Jacket from On Running offers water resistance in case of inclement weather conditions. ($240)

Taylor Stitch Montara Jacket – $178

The Taylor Stitch Montara Jacket ($178) is a refined take on the classic Harrington Jacket, with all the eye-catching attention to detail and build quality we’ve come to expect from this San Francisco based brand. Taylor Stitch knows the devil’s in the details, and you can tell in every stitch, seam, pocket, and zipper of their menswear offerings which are always built to last and boast a tangible sense of quality. The Montara Jacket is certainly no exception, and takes this classic menswear piece and puts the Taylor Stitch spin on it with updated and elevated design that will be your go-to spring and summer jacket for many years to come. ($178)

North & Mark Bryant Jacket – $147

Made with a water repellant fabric, the North & Mark Bryant Jacket ($147) ticks all of our boxes here at Coolector HQ. This superb looking piece of outerwear gives the iconic Harrington silhouette an upgrade with 4-way stretch and water-repellent fabric that helps deliver an unparalleled all-weather performance. North & Mark have taken the classic silhouette made famous by ‘50s movie stars and golf legends and have given it an upgrade with contemporary materials designed for use in higher performance apparel, and have finished it off with 4-way stretch for comfort and water-repellent fabric to keep you dry whatever the weather. ($147)

Relwen Covert CPO Jacket – $298

When the wind and rain kicks in during the spring months, you’ll want a high quality windbreaker to keep you protected from the elements and they don’t come much better than this Relwen Covert CPO Jacket ($298). The first class materials used in this jacket will help you get through any cold weather, whilst adding a clean, contemporary style to your wardrobe in the process. They have used 21st century fabrics to add a polished look to a traditional ‘60s style CPO silhouette, and the result is their sharp new Covert CPO that we’re loving here at The Coolector. Crafted to slice through an icy wind and sleek enough to be worn in the office, this jacket’s ready to keep you comfortable if winter decides to hang around for another six months. ($298)

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.