Rain, sleet, snow. Say hello to our little friend, the Women’s Primo Rain Jacket.
The Primo Rain Jacket for women excels at keeping you dry on those hardcore bad weather days, and has all of the features and stash pockets you need for a full day on the water. This full length fishing jacket is designed to be worn with chest waders, wading pants, rain pants, or just by itself.
Constructed of strong yet breathable submersion rated 3 layer nylon fabrics, it is made to keep you dry and comfortable all day and features six large pockets to stash gear, along with water resistant pit zip openings to vent excess heat.
This is a top of the line rain jacket that excels at keeping you dry all day no matter the conditions. Recommended for all uses including with full waders, wading pants, rain pants, or just by itself.
You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy this jacket. Which is pretty much the same thing.
Coming soon: for the discerning fly angler, the all new Xtreme fly patch. Universal size fits a boatload of dries, streamers, steelhead intruders or even ginormous musky meat flies. If you can’t grow it, buy it.
Why do five layer reinforced sections matter on waders? For several really good reasons.
The five layer reinforced knees, legs, and seat are there to prolong the life of the DRYFT S13 waders, so you get the most seasons out of them. Like to bush whack a little? Kneel down when landing fish? Yep, so do we. Which is exactly why we designed DRYFT waders with the extra strength and cushion of reinforced sections in the high stress areas.
The material we use is high tech, breathable, and is still lightweight enough to make our waders comfortable in both warm and cool weather.
A recent customer review sums it up pretty well. He wrote:
I received my waders about 2 months ago. The first time I wore them was in the tailwaters of Lake Taneycomo below Table Rock Lake. My fishing buddy that day had his neophreme’s on and was complaining about being cold. I was toasty and warm all day. Amazing for how light they are. Well the weather has warmed up here in the Ozarks and they are able to keep me cool even on low 90 days. I also like the flexibility I have to kneel down in the water to net and release the fish. Awesome!!
Conditions were less than optimal for fishing on Saturday. Freezing rain, wind, and waves made fishing a bit difficult to say the least. The use of a light switch rod made handling the wind better, but completely numb hands (nothing like forgetting the gloves at home) were really starting to get in the way of a fun time. Luckily, a few fish showed up to play so the adrenaline rush kept us out long enough to snap a few pics.
The first fish of the day.
Wind and waves
Putting a bend in the 5wt Switch on a healthy bull trout.
DRYFT Waders and bull trout. A winning combination.