40 Mile Rain Gear packs into its own pocket
In a stretch of river wilderness 40 miles south of Fort Reliance (hence the name, 40 Mile), prospectors tried to make their fortune finding a gold motherlode. They took lashings from Mother Nature while they were at it – and not just from the cold. Cloudbursts and river swells caused setbacks even when the temperatures were fair. One thing those men could have used? Reliable rainwear that packs up compactly until it’s needed. Just like this. 40 Mile Rain Pants are our lightest yet, but still durable thanks to ripstop construction. They're seam-sealed for 100% waterproofing, and the 2.5-layer waterproof/breathable nylon construction feels comfortable, never clammy, even during high activity. And when you’re not toiling in a deluge, the pants stuff into their own back pocket for easy stowage.