Sure, the forecast (for the literal moment) calls for sunshine this weekend.
But move four feet right and you may find yourself under a deluge (or a foot of snow, depending on how close to the Sierras your starting point was).
That's why you may very well need to know about this made-in-S.F. jacket: the Interval from Mission Workshop. It's rain-proof, wind-proof and hella stylish to boot.
Here's why we're into it:
Most water-repellent fabrics are stiff and stuffy.
Not this one.
And that's thanks to a high-tech fabric produced in limited quantity in Japan: an ultralight nylon that's made to be breathable and move throughout the day with you.
It'll flex when you flex. So if you head out for a hike (or a ride, or a climb, etc.) under threatening skies, this is the jacket you want.
If you've ever gotten sweaty in a non-breathable jacket, you know how gross it is. It turns you clammy, disheveled and generally unpresentable in a date and/or work situation with a quickness.
This'll keep you comfortable.
Plus, that black camo is a solid look.