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DWR stands for 'Durable Water Repellent'. This is a coating added to a fabric in the factory to make it water resistant. It helps stop jackets 'wetting out' and is used on garments which have breathable membranes and those which do not. In garments with breathable membranes 'wetting out' seriously reduced the breathability of the garment and so DWR treatment is an important part of the waterproofing proccess. DWR wears off over time and will need to be re applied with the appropriate Nikwax product.
The Patagonia Women's Torrentshell Pants are simple, lightweight trousers with Patagonia's own H2No® breathable waterproof fabric. Supremely packable, the Torrentshells provide insurance against wet weather and thunderstorms, and a feature list that belies their weight.
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