Men's Trail Running Jackets
Browse our range of waterproof jackets for men, specially designed for trail running. MP+ membrane, ultra certified, up to 25 000 Schmerber, ultralight and breathable, or windproof, find the Raidlight trail jacket that suits you.
A collection of waterproof, breathable, windproof and water repellent trail jackets designed for all trail runners. Whether it is in terms of performance, comfort, waterproofing or breathability, the whole range of Raidlight jackets is at the cutting edge of technology and corresponds to the requirements of the mandatory equipment of ultra trails. Our men's trail jackets and women's trail jackets will protect you from all weather and extreme conditions. Discover our MP+ membrane (equivalent to a Gore Tex membrane). From 15000 to 25000 Schmerber, our waterproof jackets are designed to accompany you whatever the weather. The Ultralight MP+ model is the performance waterproof jacket, its lightness, waterproofing and breathability make it the ideal ally during an ultra trail. Equipped with the MP+ waterproof and windproof membrane, the Top Extreme MP+ trail jacket offers several technical and practical advantages such as the watch port and the siliconised shoulder reinforcements. Its versatility accompanies you in all serenity from training to competition. The Raidshell MP+ jacket is both warm and waterproof. It is the waterproof jacket for all prolonged use in extreme conditions. All our waterproof jackets are approved for races such as UTMB®, Race to the King®, Montane Spine Race®...
Which waterproof jacket should I choose? Which running jacket should I choose? What to wear for running in the rain? What equipment for running in winter? What equipment for running in the rain? How to equip yourself for an ultra trail? What equipment to wear for an ultra trail? Every runner has asked himself one of these questions, whether he is a beginner or an experienced runner. To help you in your choice of trail jacket or equipment, find all our advice in these articles: How to equip yourself for trail running? Explanation of the 3 layer system, Running in winter: Our BLOG