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Nice jacket but insufficient for heavier rain
I really like the fit and light weight of this jacket. Plume gray colorway is nice as well. However, as a rain jacket it is only good for lighter rain not a sustained downpour. I live in a climate which is generally dry but when it rains it can rain very hard and this jacket felt like it was wetting out in those conditions (hiking at 10,000 feet). ... Read MoreI bought this as a less noisy alternative for spring/summer hikes in contrast to an Ascensionist jacket, which I use in colder weather for snow shoeing and backcountry/XC skiing.
Hello Judith, thank you for your review of the Women's Granite Crest Rain Jacket. We are sorry the jacket is not keeping you dry when you are doing some higher elevation hikes. We would recommend washing and drying the jacket. We recommend this as this tends to improve the waterproof qualities of our H2No shells. Machine-wash in warm water (86˚F/30˚C) using a ‘technical wash’ specifically formulated for waterproof/breathable garments. If you don’t have a technical wash solution in your laundry room, you can use a biodegradable fragrance-free, dye-free detergent. If you are using a standard detergent, be sure to give the jacket an extra rinse cycle to ensure a residue-free garment. Drying waterproof/breathable fabrics on a medium/warm setting will help to renew the fabric’s durable water repellent (DWR) finish, which keeps the outer fabric from becoming saturated in wet conditions. If after washing and drying your Granite Crest Rain Jacket, water still does not bead up but soaks into the jacket, we can help you with a [warranty return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html).
Not waterproof enough for daily dog walks in the PNW
I really wanted to love this jacket. I bought it (admittedly, on sale) from REI in March to replace my Patagonia Calcite jacket, which had gotten a bit worn out and permanently dirty after a couple of years of near-daily trail walks with my dog in the Pacific Northwest. Both styles have the single zippered chest pocket, which I like for carrying my... Read More ID with me. Today was just the last straw, so I guess I'm rage reviewing. I got soaked through AGAIN wearing this over my Nanopuff. This is marketed as a "rain jacket" but I can count on my shoulders and upper back getting wet every time I walk in anything more than light rain. I have gotten soaked through to my t-shirt wearing this over my Nanopuff or a sweatshirt after less than 2 hours in wet weather. I don't understand how they can call it waterproof. I want to replace it with another Patagonia jacket, because I support the company's mission, but I don't want to keep getting soaked in the rain, particularly as winter is coming and that rain is cold. (And the jacket itself is in fine shape, except for not repelling the water.) Maybe there was a reason it was on sale. Some of the other models are hundreds of dollars more - in the spirit of "you get what you pay for," I would be willing to spend that if I was guaranteed to stay dry (and could find one with a chest pocket). But I still don't know why this jacket isn't working.
Hey Kristin, thank you for the review. We are so incredibly sorry to hear that this rain jacket is wetting through, and we could totally understand why you would be frustrated. This definitely sounds like a warranty issue, and the jacket is supposed to be waterproof. If you run into any issues like this in the future with our products (which we hope is not the case), please promptly connect with [customer service](https://help.patagonia.com/s/?_gl=1*1klnbfn*_ga*NjQ4MDAzMDY0LjE2ODI5NTAxOTA.*_ga_1SYPSJZYJ5*MTY5NTkyNDg2OS4zNjMuMS4xNjk1OTI1MDg5LjU4LjAuMA..) so we can provide you with immediate assistance. We've emailed you to gather more information and set you up with a warranty evaluation. We look forward to resolving this situation for you in a timely manner.
Flattering on a little longer on me which is great
I am slim and 5'4" and this fits great. I got the sedge green which is a very nice color. I really like that the coat is a little longer; the cut is very flattering. It is soft and doesn't feel like plastic. And the best of all is that it is an environmentally responsible product and Patagonia is an environmentally responsible compan... Read Morey.
Slim Fit Rain Jacket
I am 5 ft 3, 120lb, 30D bust, 26 waist, non-curvy and the XS fits great. Theres just enough room for a sweatshirt/layers underneith. The only thing I do not like is the tail on the back- I have a short torso so it looks quite long. Zero leakage in extreme weather, this jacket is built to last!
hip area runs small
I'm also pear-shaped and agree with the previous reviews below. I primarily need a light waterproof jacket for hiking in the tropics while it's humid, but would have loved to be able to wear this in the fall/spring in the PNW with layers underneath. I tried size large first and the sleeves were extremely long on me (past knuckles, and my ... Read Morearms are not short for my 5'5" frame), the mid-section had plenty of room even with a puffer jacket underneath, and the hips were just right. I ended up getting a medium to fit my primary use. If I layer a puffer jacket underneath the medium, the outline of the puffer jacket shows up in the back on my butt, so I won't be wearing thick layers underneath. This jacket is longer in the back than the standard rain jacket I've tried on, which I prefer.
Hi Elaine, thank you for sharing this feedback on the fit of this jacket. We're sorry to hear the hip portion wasn't great for you! This kind of feedback is very helpful to us and to other customers. Please let us know if we can help you find a jacket that will fit your figure better, and know that you're welcome to [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) it if you wish.
This jacket is exactly what I wanted. I chose one size larger than usual in order to be able to wear this over heavy sweaters in the winter. The sleeves are a bit too long for me, but the velcro wrist tabs allow me keep the sleeves from covering my hands. The Sumac Red color is lovely - a striking but muted shade somewhere between pink and rust. Th... Read Moree shell fabric is not crinkly, is waterproof and breathable, and is made of recycled fishing nets! What's not to love about this? Very happy, especially with the sale price.
Super soft, amazing fit
I just recently purchased this jacket and took it on two trips with me. We happened to get in a couple of significant rain storms and the jacket held up just awesome to the wind and blowing rain. I was dry and warm without any layers underneath. I typically wear a medium and purchased a large so I have room to layer underneath. The jacket is perfe... Read Morect sized for that. The hood seemed a bit large but is highly adjustable and I was able to use those adjustments to get it to fit properly. I really like the fit of the hood with a ball cap underneath as the hood is large enough to cover the hat and it keeps rain off my glasses!
So far so good
Found elaborate reviews online that helped me choose this jacket. And very happy so far with it. The upper layer can seem to absorb some drops but doesn’t let any moisture through. Lovely fresh colour (I got the light green), and love the pockets and armpit zippers. Highly recommend :)
Thrilled with this jacket
I needed a rain jacket for travel and hiking in more developing countries - we are heading to Africa in a few weeks. This jacket is both lightweight and sturdy, so comfortable, and the fit is absolutely perfect. The jacket itself is lightweight but keeps out the rain and wind, and the fabric is soft, not crunchy like some shells out there. It pac... Read Moreks down easily into its own pocket and is so convenient to stuff into a backpack while traveling or into my handbag when running around the City. I forget its there until I need it! I got the light plume grey color, and it is a dusty bluish grey with royal purple and light turquoise accents - its a beautiful combination that hides dust and dirt well while still having a bit of subtle flair. Functionally the jacket is exactly what I need - something I can throw on when its pouring out and still be able to stay dry and walk around comfortably. I have never had to use them, but the pit zips are a nice to have option, the pockets are in the perfect spot for shoving my hands in if I want to keep them warm and dry - not too high and not too low. The hood adjustment is also good and I can pretty easily get it to fit, with the visor at just the right level to keep rain from pelting me in the eyes, without having to manually hold the hood up and away from my face or worry that it will blow off my head. Im 5 foot 4 inches and 95 pounds, so finding a jacket that fits properly and isnt too big, boxy, or short is a challenge. Im thrilled to say that Patagonias XXS feels like it was tailor made for me. Its a very flattering cut that fits perfectly at the shoulders, tapers a bit at the waist, and ends at a perfect length just below my hips covering the top half of my butt, with room for layers underneath. Looks great whether I have short shorts or pants on, with or without insulating layers underneath. Ive always loved Patagonia gear but size was always a barrier - XS always felt one size too big and I had to live with things feeling roomier than ideal. The XXS is absolutely perfect, I couldnt be happier. I really hope they continue to make XXS a regular size option on their gear going forward. Especially with well thought out and executed pieces like this jacket, Im getting ready to replace all my Arcteryx gear with Patagonia!!
Size up if purchasing Float Blue
Purchased this jacket to keep me dry on a long week hike and worked perfectly! The armpit zip is such a luxury and allows for a cooler temperature. Sale items seem to fit more narrow in the hips (it appears they took the poor reviews and revised the fit!), but when I purchased the size up (xs to a s), it still worked for me
I absolutely love Patagonia for their great products but also service that matches it. I purchased a waterproof jacket and unfortunately there was a fault with the jacket so they gave the option of repairing or refunded me the money. They also checked if there was another one in stock so I could quickly replace it.
Bring on the Rain
Love this item for hiking, and running in the elements. The waterproof zippers gives me that extra security for all my belongings knowing they will stay dry. The material and the lack of crunchy sound the material makes puts it far above most any rain jackets. Also have worn it snowboarding on the warmer days, good durable choice for the outdoor wa... Read Moreter elements. You cannot go wrong with this one!
Not a good fit for a pear-shaped figure
Looks like this should be a good jacket quality-wise, but be careful of the sizing if you have a pear-shaped figure. My measurements are XXS for chest (31in) and almost S for hips (37.5in), so I gambled on an XS that was on sale. It fits pretty well on top with ample room for layering underneath, but indeed just barely fits in the hips. If I had si... Read Morezed up to match my hips, the top would be much too baggy. So, technically, this jacket seems to run to size, BUT that suggests Patagonia standard sizing is not a great fit for my body type. I will probably keep this jacket because it fits well enough to work, and because I like the features that most other brands dont offer (recycled content, repair and resale programs, fair trade manufacturing). However, the fit makes me wary of buying Patagonia jackets or tops in the future. I wish their sizing were just an inch or two more generous in the hips, to better accommodate those of us with curvier bottoms than busts (while still not being too roomy for smaller-hipped people). I would become a steady customer if I could be confident that garments would fit.
Perfect for spring skiing, except for not having a zipper pocket on the arm for a your pass.
Thanks for the feedback, Eileen! There is a chest pocket on this jacket that you can use for your pass. We recommend reading through the "Specs & Features" tab on the product page so you have an idea of what to expect when purchasing. You can find a zippered arm pocket on our [Women's Powder Town Jacket](https://www.patagonia.com/product/womens-powder-town-ski-snowboard-jacket/31635.html?dwvar_31635_color=BLK&cgid=sport-skiing-snowboarding-womens-jackets-vests).
Ended up returning
I ordered the large because I wanted to be able to wear it over my puff jacket and maybe my vest. It was pretty big even with those items under. Just kind of a weird fit. And the color was more purple than blue-ish. I ended up returning this jacket.
Hi Lisa, we apologize for the issue with sizing. You're always welcome to take advantage of our [complimentary exchanges](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) to grab the correct size.
Well made, a quality jacket.
Well made, a quality jacket. Unfortunately, the jacket has an excessive taper in the waist making it uncomfortably snug when wearing layers.
Hi Robert, we're sorry to hear that the Granite Crest Waterproof Rain Jacket isn't meeting your expectations regarding fit. Please feel free to begin a [return or complimentary exchange](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) at any time.
Wanted to keep but weird sizing for my body shape
I loved all the features of the rain jacket but the design was not shaped for my body type. If you have a long and lean build, this would work for you.
Hey Jill, thanks for the review. We're sorry to hear the fit didn't work out with this jacket. If you're interested in checking out our other waterproof options [click here](https://www.patagonia.com/shop/womens-waterproof-rain-jackets-vests) and feel free to reach out to customer service if you're in need of some garment measurements.
Light Weight Easy to Pack
I bought the blue one on sale last month. True to the color, fits a little bit snug (bought S and the M was too bulky) . Two deep front pockets but I wish it had more and smaller pockets. Like the front zipper and the side under arm zipper feature. Easy to pack, keeps you dry and warm from the wind.
Does its job, very well
After dealing with one atmospheric river after another in California, it was time to invest in a proper rain jacket. This has stood up to the challenge, keeping me dry in the torrential rain we've had this year. I love that the hood has extra toggles to help keep it in place - I have other jackets without this, and it is annoying to keep pushi... Read Moreng the hood out of my face so I can see. Such a small feature, but makes a world of difference. Runs a bit bigger than I thought - would size down if I were to do buy it again (but will keep this one, as I can add many layers under it if needed!). Great jacket!
Great Rain Coat
Bought this for the lady of the house, she loves the color first of all, and I agree, it looks cute on her. But more importantly she states that it fits great and keeps her dry. The pit zips dump heat really well which helps when hiking in the rain. The jacket packs down small, stashing for any adventure or day out on the town in questionable weath... Read Moreer is no problem. She definitely recommends this jacket.
I was pleasantly surprised at
I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of this jacket. I bought it for casual wear but found its great for hiking & skiing (downhill and xc). It has performed well in rainy, windy weather and wet snow in blizzard conditions. There are plenty of pockets and drawstring adjustments to keep my dry. I just wish the chest pocket were a little larg... Read Moreer to fit my phone.
Size is confusing
I ordered an XL and it was too big and sleeves are too long. I exhanged it to a Large but it's a bit tight around the waist and hip areas. It seems warm enough but I don't know what to do.
Hi Alma, thank you for sharing this feedback on the fit of the Granite Crest Jacket. It sounds like neither of these sizes is ideal for you; we're very sorry to hear that! If you wish, you can contact our Customer Service Team for assistance is selecting another option and/or returning the Large.
More than I what I expected...
This jacket was a gift from my Dad to me to use both during my long walks to college campus and use on our trips/work in National Parks/Monuments in the West. He loves his jacket of the same style and wanted to make sure I had a jacket that I would use for 10+ years with work and school. Love the use of unique materials and the thought behind this... Read More jacket. With the weather that Northern and Central California has experienced this winter, I have found this jacket to be bomb proof! Have never had the jacket soak through and coupled with its really lightweight feel and cut, have not found a true weakness. I also own a Torrentshell jacket of the same size and love them both. This style feels lighter but slightly slimmer in its cut where the Torrenshell is maybe slightly heavier feel but a straighter cut if that makes sense? You cant go wrong with either but love this one just a smidgin more right now.
Great jacket with lots of good features
My children have many Patagonia jackets because they are pretty much iron clad. This is my first one and I am pleased. Very comfortable and lots of thoughtful features (pockets, sleeve lengths, slightly longer in the back). The red seam taping is a nice fun touch.
I needed this shell for walking, hiking, and everyday use as a waterproof but breathable layer. So pleased to find this beautiful blue color on sale. I took the online sizing quiz which said I needed medium but when it arrived I knew I needed the large around the hips. Totally happy with it and the green aspect of Patagonia- recycled plastic and no... Read More plastic in the packaging.
Lightweight and Waterproof
The Granite Crest is very lightweight (perfect for warmer wet days and can be layered with thicker clothing for colder ones), flexible, and waterproof. I like the extras like the chest pocket and the pit zips and the hood adjustments so that I can make it bigger to fit a hat or helmet or smaller to fit my bare head so it does not not fall over my e... Read Moreyes. The jacket is true to size. I liked it so much, I bought one for every member of my family.
Disappointed that it's such a
Disappointed that it's such a snug fit. The quality is excellent, however, and seems to be a great water resistant jacket.
Hey Stephanie, thanks for the review! So long as the jacket you purchased is still in new condition, you're welcome to begin an exchange for a size up on [this page](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html).
Thin, easy movement and with options
This is exactly what I was looking for. Returned my North Face jacket that was over priced and stiff. This is so flexible, cute color (green) and the options (pit zips, hood adjustments) are my favorites. All hoods cover my eyes, but I can cinch this and make it the perfect size.
Disappointed in waterproofing quality
the first time I wore this jacket was for a walk for my dogs in light to medium rain. within the first 10 minutes I noticed spots on the sleeves where water had already soaked into the fabric, however I overall remained dry. the second time I wore this jacket while cross country skiing in light/medium snow and the jacket soaked through much quicker... Read More then I had hoped. at the end of the day I was soaked through my base layer. others in my group with a gortex Patagonia snow jacket and a gortex rei rain jacket had begun to soak through by the end, but overall held up better then this jacket. I purposefully chose an H2No waterproofing jacket because it was the more environmentally friendly choice, but I am regretting not going for gortex instead. The jacket fits very nicely and is nice and lightweight, zipping into the pocket makes it very packable.
Hi Nikki, when the inside of your jacket has moisture, generally it is caused by moisture trying to get out or being trapped by your base layer rather than coming in from the outside. Your next to skin, base layer should keep you warm and dry underneath your jacket. Sweating and exposure to moisture in the air can quickly saturate many cotton or natural fiber base layers, so a next to skin layer of wicking fabric is critical. Moisture-wicking material transfers the water molecules from the surface of your skin to the outer clothing layers, keeping you dry from the inside out, as well as the outside in. Our [Capilene](https://www.patagonia.com/search/?q=capilene&lang=null) is an example of a wicking, fast drying base layer that is specifically designed to work with our waterproof shells.
Waterproof and Breathable
My previous rain jacket was at the end of its life. I had it for 3 years and it got to the point where I was as wet wearing it as I would be if I didn't have it on. This jacket is a glorious replacement. Material is flexible, breathable, and most importantly waterproof. It has air vents under the armpits that I know I will use for running on r... Read Moreainy days. My last jacket had Velcro over a zipper, which did not help with securing the jacket, it caught on clothes. Patagonia jacket only uses a zipper which is a definite plus. Highly recommend if you're in the market for a well made versatile rain jacket.
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