OMM Sonic Smock

Weighs 58g (Medium size)
Code: SS14181
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OMM's Sonic Smock is truly ultralight yet will provide a remarkable level of protection from wind and light rain. Thumb loops, deep front zip and cinch-able hem.

OMM says:

The perfect super-lightweight and extremely breathable windshirt that you can carry in your pocket just in case you need some weather protection whilst out on your adventure. The PointZero fabric is windproof it also has a DWR coating on the fabrics surface making the windshirt water repellant and more stain resistant. Folds up into its own collar.

OMM's Sonic Smock provides windproof protection for about 2 ounces. As you would expect its a simple garment, however it still manages a long front zip, cinch-able hem (semi cinch-able design) and thumb loop cuffs. The fabric is Point Zero, which is OMMs own fabric which also carries a DWR coating to shed light rain.

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

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  • Windproof
  • Seams moved away from shoulders to avoid irritation
  • Thumb loops
  • Single pull drawcord hem
  • Reflective safety flashes
  • Stow pocket in collar
  • Long zip with garage
  • PointZero Fabric
  • Small weighs 54g
  • Medium weighs 58g
  • Large weighs 64g
  • XLarge weighs 66g
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Review Summary - 2 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
September 5, 2017 | Peter Davy
Wet

This is brilliant as an extremely light-weight, compact wind shirt. It weighs next to nothing and folds up easily into its collar. The draw cord and zip are excellent touches for regulating heat. On cold days I'll wear it running until warm and then take it off and fold it away while on the move. It is, though, quite literally worse than useless in the rain. It's poor even in light showers and if there's an unexpected downpour it gets wet, cold and sodden very quickly and stays that way. In heavy rain it actively contributes to efforts to give you hypothermia. Caught out the other day I had to take it off as I was getting badly cold while running; I was much better off in just my t-shirt. That's a significant shortcoming for something designed for mountain marathons. I would never take it on the hills.

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