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5 On-Sale Rain Jackets That Are Perfect for Fall

Rain jackets are often viewed as a springtime apparel necessity, but there's plenty of rain to protect yourself against in the fall, too.

a black rain jacket with a hood

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April showers get all the press. What about October showers, or November showers? What about that dreary, not-quite-rain that can pervade winter when the hydrological cycle can't summon the oomph to snow? Rain jackets aren't just for spring; they're for the entire year. It just so happens that at this time of year, a lot of them are on sale. If you need one, here are a few of our favorites — for as much as 50 percent off.

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The North Face Allproof Stretch Jacket
The North Face

MSRP $149, Save up to 50%

Providing unprecedented freedom of movement for a rain shell, the Allproof's fabric stretches like a balloon.

Patagonia Torrentshell Rain Jacket
a red and gray rain jacket


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MSRP $120, Save 25%

The Torrentshell has been Patagonia's mainstay in rain protection for years. In addition to waterproofing and breathability, one of its hallmarks is affordability, which is improved thanks to this discount.

Backcountry Uinta 3L Stretch Rain Jacket

MSRP $180, Save 40%

Backcountry made the Uinta with features fit for hiking — like underarm vents and an adjustable hood — but that doesn't mean you can't wear it off the trail too.

Outdoor Research Guardian Jacket
a dark teal rain jacket
Outdoor Research


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MSRP $199, Save 35%

While many rain jackets have two or two and a half layers of material to protect against the weather, the Guardian, taking a note from hardier ski jackets, packs three.

Marmot Eclipse EVODry Jacket
a teal rain jacket with bright green zippers


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MSRP $250, Save 30%

Marmot favored backpackers by adding "Angel-Wing Movement" to the Eclipse, which lets you move and lift your arms without the hem riding up. Backpackers aren't the only ones who raise their arms on occasion, though, are they?

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