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Waterproof Apparel Layers Explained

Waterproof Apparel Layers Explained

The elements can be relentless and unforgiving, especially in the rain forests of the Pacific Northwest where Showers Pass is headquartered. For many months, puddles pool to depths that threaten...
Sustainable Wool: First Choice for Performance and the Environment

Sustainable Wool: First Choice for Performance and the Environment

How sustainable are our fabrics? It’s a question that we continually ask ourselves at Showers Pass. We focus on engineering apparel that enables outdoor pursuits in any weather, but we...
Peeling Back The Layers

Peeling Back The Layers

What's the Difference Between 2, 2.5 and 3 Layer Waterproof Jackets As the days shorten and temperatures begin to drop, cycling and other outdoor activities can become a less appealing...
Why is Merino Wool Great for Outdoor Activities

Why is Merino Wool Great for Outdoor Activities

Why is Merino wool such a good choice for both cold and warm climates when it comes to temperature control and comfort? Give the post a read to find out all the benefits of Merino wool!
How to Restore DWR for Waterproof Apparel

How to Restore DWR for Waterproof Apparel

DWR is short for Durable Water Repellent, and it is the first line of defense against inclement weather, preventing the face fabric of your waterproof jacket and pants from becoming saturated.