It also has some nifty random features, like thumb hooks, zippered inner pockets, a front lining that snaps over the zippered part, and a detachable hood.
It's helped me stay dry through hail in Peru's Salkantay mountain, aggressive rain in Scotland, AND windy mist in Switzerland's shitty November weather. The best part? It looks good enough for me to wear it in my day-to-day life in New York City, which on some days, honestly feels like a mix of all the above 😩.
Sometimes, I switch it up with this Patagonia Torrentshell jacket I got because it came highly recommended. While I love that it's significantly more lightweight than my Carhartt one (and, let's be real, is emblazoned with a stylish Patagonia logo), I've found that it doesn't stay waterproof and leaks inside beyond moderately wet weather. If you want something that can withstand wear and tear, aggressively wet weather, AND wind, the Carhartt is your best bet.
Get it from Amazon or Dungarees for $79.99 (available in sizes S–2XL). You can also get a newer model from Carhartt for $129.99 (available in sizes XS–2XL, in black or olive).