Trail Model Rain Jacket




Item Number: XQ268316
$79.00 - $89.00 79.00 - 89.00
Item Number: 268316


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Our best-value rainwear, guaranteed waterproof. You’ll love our classic men’s trail model rain jacket with its superior moisture protection, breathability and comfort, with lightweight, packable convenience.
Size & Fit
  • Center back length, size M: 30¼".
  • Traditional Fit.
  • Best with midweight layer.
  • Falls at hip.
Fabric & Care
  • Waterproof TEK2.5® 100% ripstop nylon.
  • Machine wash and dry.
Additional Features
  • Advanced ceramic coating provides waterproof protection and exceptional breathability.
  • Taped, waterproof seams.
  • Velcro-closure-cinch cuffs.
  • Storm flap and an adjustable drawcord droptail hem keep you dry.
  • Stowaway design for easy take-along – just in case.
  • Pockets allow easy access when you're on the move.
Trail Model Rain Jacket is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 581.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not waterproof I got this jacket earlier this year and after less than six months' use the liner is peeling off; the zipper also gets stuck on the placket EVERY time I zip it up. I do like the look, feel, and packability of the jacket and could deal with the zipper and liner issues, except that it is in NO WAY a waterproof rain jacket. I cannot even walk the dog around the block for 20 min in light rain without getting soaked through. A nice windbreaker, but as a raincoat it is certainly an inferior product not worthy of the L.L.Bean name. Should have spent the extra money to get a real (i.e. Goretex) raincoat from the start; planning to upgrade come Xmas.
Date published: 2014-10-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from difficult to zip My raincoat came today just in time to use as it's been raining for the past two days up here in Syracuse with no let up expected. I walk my dog 2/3 times a day and was looking foward to using my raincoat. The zipper was made very poorly and I could not zip it closed. After 10 minutes I finally got it to zip and went for a walk with my 7 month old Lab. Upon getting home I could not zip it off. My wife tried to help me unzip it with out success. After a period of time we were able to un zip it enough to pull it up over my head. Why would LL Bean allow their usually great products to be made with such poor quality zippers.
Date published: 2014-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good rain gear I'm reviewing the pants and the jacket in the same review to save space. I use this rain gear to walk the dogs in any kind of wind and rain. The breathability has it's limitations. I live in Houston and if the weather is above 90 degrees it doesn't breathe. Especially if it stops raining in the middle of the walk. I gave 5 stars because I don't expect any garment that is as waterproof as this rain gear to be breathable in 90 degree weather with 90% humidity. I have worn this in heavy downpours and come home nice and dry. The outfit can be quite warm with layering. Thank you L.L. Bean. Also, this rain gear is nice looking on, and the choice of colors is cool.
Date published: 2013-01-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good for rain only With its exposed hood and contrasting lining showing, this jacket says "I'm dressed for rain." And it is fine as rain-wear, with its adjustable cuffs, vizored hood, and near-waterproof lining. Earlier Bean jackets like this lacked contrasting lining, but the hood could be folded into a collar, which allowed it to be worn as a smart and informal jacket that was also prepared for rain, but did not announce that by its appearance. Too bad that model was discontinued. In the South we don't need heavy, lined jackets that fill Bean's winter catalogs, as much as lighter ones and rain shells for our often ambiguous weather days.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lining needs to be re-examined This is a great jacket, its light, good color, and when its not damaged, it holds off the rain. The downside is that the lining on the inside can be easy damaged and basically falls off in the jacket piece by piece. It leaves pieces on your clothes and looks terrible. It also compromises the waterproofing of the jacket. I bought 1 and LL Bean was nice enough to replace the first one that this happened with. That one has now had the same issue. I will not buy another one of these until this engineering defect is corrected. Has anyone else had this problem.
Date published: 2014-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great quality I bought this recently and wore it in the rain and it kept me dry. This jacket is very well designed and manufactured. I like the 3 generous-sized zipped pockets (a 4th would have been even better). When I walk my dog I have to carry a number of items: dog bags, treats, wallet, keys, cell phone and in cold weather gloves or mitts, hat, and at night a flash light, etc. I like lots of pockets! The adjustable hood, waist, sleeve cuffs are excellent. At 5'9", 160lbs the M is roomy, which is good for layering in cool weather. Small would have been a nicer, trimmer fit but I'm happy with medium. Well done LLBean.
Date published: 2014-11-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Get's the job done in the Rain! I bought this jacket to protect me from the spring rain season. I'm a sports journalist and have to cover events in types of weather, I've been very please in the two months I've covered several projects in driving rain, this jacket has done the trick. My last rain jacket was a higher end expensive GoreTex jacket that I had for years and mostly babied it, however the Bean jacket with the Waterproof TEK2.5 fabric, seems more durable, pliable and most importantly has Breathability! A real plus for me is the fact that it packets into its own pocket. I can carry this jacket in a pocket of my camera bag! Next I'll try the TEK2.5 pants.
Date published: 2015-04-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Zippers This came very close to being an ideal rain jacket, suitable for chilly but not bitter days. Unfortunately, lack of attention to one critical design consideration wiped out all the good. The zippers catch on the backing flaps intended to keep rain out. The result is that putting the jacket on requires multiple untangling of hung-up zippers and will certainly cause early destruction of the rain flaps. Slightly wider rain flaps would have added almost nothing to the cost and avoided a very irritating design problem. Didn't anyone actually put the jacket on before marketing it?!?
Date published: 2017-02-01
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