2013 ICAST "Best of Show" Winner in the Apparel Category

Avoid the pitfalls of wet, windy conditions with the unbeatable protection of the Shimano Insulated Dryfender 3T Jacket. Made with Shimano’s Dryfender technology, the Shimano Insulated Dryfender 3T jacket is 100% waterproof and 100% windproof, so you stay dry, even in dismal weather. The Shimano Insulated Dryfender 3T Jacket is made with 60-gram insulation in the mid-section and 40-gram insulation around the shoulders that will keep you warm, but won’t cause overheating. In order to keep water out, the jacket was designed with YKK water-resistant zippers in the front and along the chest pocket, as well as, adjustable cuffs with watertight sleeve gaiters. In the face of foul weather, make sure you stay dry and comfortable with the Shimano Insulated Dryfender 3T Jacket.  


-YKK water-resistant zippers
-Adjustable cuff w/ watertight sleeve gaiter
-Dryfender waterproof/windproof/breathable material
-Fully seam sealed
-Insulated for warmth
-Embroidered logos
-Billed hood

Don't forget the Shimano Insulated Dryfender 3T Bib for the ultimate full raingear combo

Chest 39"-41" 42"-45" 46"-48" 49"-51"
Neck 15.5"-16" 16.5"-17" 17.5"-18" 18.5"-19"
Sleeve 34"-35" 35"-36" 36"-37" 37"-38"

*Sleeve length is measured from the center of back neck (between your shoulders), along the length of your arm and down to your wrist.

More From Shimano Apparel

Customer Reviews

Comments: This jacket is an amazing product. You can tell that it was engineered for fishing. In regards to the warmth, it seems to be sufficient to keep you very warm on a cold day, but still be comfortable to wear up into the 70s, maybe 80s if it is overcast. I was concerned about the insulation while buying it, but was pleasantly surprised that it works in nearly any condition. I haven't used it in a downpour yet, but I stayed perfectly dry in a normal shower and am confident for the first downpour that occurs. I normally wear a large shirt, so I bought the jacket in a large, and it is a little big, but I think a medium would be too small. Shimano definitely got this right, great product.

From: Addison: Auburn, AL

Back To Top