M's Scout Jacket

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  • Our fan-favorite lightweight wind and waterproof shell, the Scout Jacket, is back. Weighing in at just 135 grams and packing into its own zippered chest pocket, the Scout is the lightest hooded rain shell on the market. Made from our 2.5L Recon SHIELD fabric, the Scout also delivers active comfort with critical breathability, minimalist vents, an articulated fit, and stretch fabric. Designed for any adventure with weather potential, the Scout Jacket is small enough to bring anywhere and light enough it's inexcusable not to.

  • FIT: Active

    CENTER BACK LENGTH: 30.5 in (size Medium)

    MODEL INFO:

    • Scott (New Vintage) is 5'7"/170cm wearing size Medium
    • Michael (Curaçao) is 5'9"/175cm wearing size Small
  • FACE FABRIC: Recon SHEILD 2.5L | 100% nylon mini ripstop, DWR treatment | 53 g/m2 | 12D/12D

    INSULATION: none

    LINING: none

    WEIGHT: 135 g (4.8 oz)

    COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Vietnam

    GUARANTEE: Strafe 2 Year Warranty



close-up of envelope vents on ms scout jacket

FEATURES

  • Lightweight, packable hooded rain shell.
  • Fully seam sealed, wind and waterproof 2.5L stretch shell fabric.
  • Integrated low profile hood with strategic encased elastic binding.
  • Open and minimalist envelope-style underarm venting.
  • Articulated sleeves and elbows for unrestricted movement.
  • Strategic encased elastic binding at hem and sleeve cuff. Subtle drop tail hem for increased coverage.
  • Zippered chest pocket. Jacket stuffs into pocket.
  • Waterproof and reliable YKK® Aquaguard® coil zippers.
  • Reflective heat transfer logos.

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    CJ
    05/31/2024
    Chris J.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product

    Perfect Ultralight Rain Layer

    This jacket is dialed for high output in wet weather. Essentially a beefed up houdini jacket in terms of pack size and weight, this jacket stuffs in your running pack or somewhere on your bike (fits great in a feed bag). The perforated material reminds me of a higher quality, less disposable version of what's used on a frog toggs jacket- not going to be ultra durable but tough enough for when it'll actually be worn. Cut is spot on. PIt vents are brilliant. Hood fits under helmet well and over a hat. I tire of reviews complaining that a high output jacket material isn't "100% waterproof"- it shouldn't be. If it was, you'd be sweating it out anyhow or you'd never put it on during your activity. There are myriad fabrics that will meet your needs for standing around in a downpour, go check those out if you're looking for a rain slicker. One request- offer this in a super hi vis colorway. Don't get me wrong, I love the redneck colorway I scored but, if a layer like this on and you aren't bowhunting or something, the weather is such that visibility is low and you need to be seen by others.

    • How would you rate the sizing of this product? Runs SmallPerfectRuns Large
    • What size did you purchase? S
    B
    10/04/2023
    Bahama
    United States United States
    I recommend this product

    Incredibly Lightweight and Durable

    After a full summer of abuse, this jacket has held up through everything I’ve put it through. The pit vents are incredible and have made it my go to when riding MTN bikes and dirtbikes. Dirtbiking historically has ruined every rain coat I’ve used and after two 75+ mile races and for pleasure rides through tight trees, it’s held up brilliantly.

    • How would you rate the sizing of this product? Runs SmallPerfectRuns Large
    • What size did you purchase? M
    • What is your favorite mountain or place to ride? Bridger MTN
    J
    08/04/2023
    Josh
    United States United States
    I recommend this product

    Awesome jacket but not waterproof...

    Purchased in late June for mountain biking in Northeast USA and Quebec. Love the fit and style. It's feather light and packs down to almost nothing. Breathes well while riding and the open pits actually work. Longer cut is nice for using with a hip pack. Love this jacket for us as an ultralight emergency rain shell or wind shell in misty conditions/cold conditions. But when staying dry is critical, I'll reach for something else. I've used two times while mountain biking in a steady rain and once casually. First use out of the box was during a light rain for 20-30 minutes followed by sun and temps in the 80s while riding mostly gravel. I stayed dry and the jacket was dry inside and out within 10 minutes once the sun came out. Second use was in a solid downpour for about 60 minutes on the tail end of a long ride. Once inside, removed the jacket to find the inside completely soaked through. Third use was 10 minutes ago. I wore the jacket outside for approximately 10 minutes in a heavy downpour while unloading a truck. Once inside, the jacket was again soaked through and my tshirt was wet to the touch.

    • How would you rate the sizing of this product? Runs SmallPerfectRuns Large
    • What size did you purchase? M
    • What is your favorite mountain or place to ride? Vallee Bras Du Nord, Quebec
    K
    06/14/2023
    Kyle
    United States United States
    I recommend this product

    Lightweight with a heavy weight attitude

    Put the Scout jacket to the test this spring in Southern CO. With our unusually wet May and colder and rainier June so far, the Scout Jacket has kept me dry through it all. Best thing, when the sun does pop, it easily fits in the hip pack or pocket and you can't tell it there!

    • How would you rate the sizing of this product? Runs SmallPerfectRuns Large
    • What size did you purchase? M
    DP
    11/27/2022
    Devin P.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product

    I LOVE THIS JACKET

    This is the best lightweight rain jacket I’ve ever worn. I spend chilly days hunting in the rain with it, and I’ve been winter marathon training in it. It’s so breathable I put it on over a base layer and I can run comfortably for 0 degrees to 35 degrees while staying warm and also not sweating. The pit vents work great and the reflective accents keep me safe jogging at night. Can’t say enough about this jacket, you need it.

    • How would you rate the sizing of this product? Runs SmallPerfectRuns Large
    • What size did you purchase? XL
    • What is your favorite mountain or place to ride? Grand Targhee