MH500 Men's Waterproof Mountain Hiking Rain Jacket - Dark Blue

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Key feature
This raincoat is robust, breathable, ventilated and affordable. Another advantage? The stretch fabric frees your movements!

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User benefits

3-layer fabric (10,000 mm). W/P seams & zips. Tested under 100L/hr/m² for 3hrs.
Material that reduces condensation in the garment. Hydrophilic coating (RET=6).
30 cm underarm ventilation zips that help to eliminate perspiration (Size: L)
Freedom of movement
Stretch fabric (13% elastane) for optimum comfort in use.
Weight: 590 g in size L.
Anatomic design
Jacket hem drawcord. 2-way (height and depth) adjustable 3D hood.
Three closing waterproof pockets. One mesh inner pocket.
Environmental impact
Life cycle comparison: Men's waterproof jacket –

Technical card

Main fabric : 87.0% Polyamide (PA), Main fabric : 13.0% Elastane Lining : 74.0% Polyester (PES), Lining : 26.0% Elastane
Our design team is based at the foot of the Mont-Blanc, in Haute-Savoie (France). All year round, we create and develop products that are beautiful, simple and technologically advanced. These are then ruthlessly tested in the field, because we believe that the only way to continually improve our products is to test them under the real-life conditions you will experience.
Designed to
experienced mountain hikers seeking protection from heavy rain and wind without hindering their movements.
2 years


Care instructions
Wash at 30°C. Use washing liquid; do not add fabric conditioner. Fasten zips and rip-tabs before washing. Restore fabric water-repellent properties using a suitable treatment with each wash. All our Decathlon stores offer a complete range of products specially designed to keep fabrics water-resistant and breathable. These products will help you optimise your garment's performance throughout its lifespan.
Storage Tips
Dry this waterproof protective garment thoroughly before storing.


Sizing and fit information
Fitted cut to fully benefit from the stretch component. The jacket is loose enough to wear it over a fine lightweight second layer such as a pullover or light down jacket.
Attached hood with two-way (height and depth) adjustment using elastic drawcords and toggles. Rigid visor for maximum face protection.
2 hand pockets with waterproof zips + 1 outer breast pocket with a waterproof zip + 1 easy-access inner mesh pocket.
Adjustable jacket hem
Elastic drawcords + toggles.
Wrist adjustment
Velcro tab tightening system.
Main component
3-layer stretch membrane fabric.
Additional recommended products
Forclaz Rain overtrousers for protecting the lower body to complete an effective rain protection outfit designed for mountain walks. Care products: waterproof spray or wash-in waterproof liquid, to restore the fabric's water repellent properties and optimise your garment's performance throughout its lifetime.
Waterproof component
We measure a fabric's resistance to water pressure by the height of a water column in mm that can be supported by the fabric (based on the ISO 811 standard). The higher the water pressure, the higher the waterproof rating of the fabric. Components with a 2000 mm waterproof rating can support the pressure of a 2000 mm column of water which is equivalent to a rain shower lasting two hours.
Waterproof garment
This garment was passed following a 3-hour shower test under 100 L of water/m²/hr. This test reproduces the conditions of a violent storm in the mountains.
Breathable component
In addition to the breathability of the fabrics used, Quechua develops technical solutions (zips, ventilation, mesh, etc.) to improve the overall ventilation of all its jackets and overtrousers designed for long-distance hiking use (Forclaz, Bionnassay and Helium lines). These ventilation systems regulate the temperature inside the garment and help eliminate the perspiration generated by the body during exercise.
Membrane or coated component
The coating is like a layer of "paint" applied on the underside of the fabric to make it waterproof while remaining breathable. It is often less costly than a membrane, and requires a lining for protection. The membrane is like a very fine plastic film (polyurethane) making the component waterproof while remaining breathable. It has the advantage of being more flexible, lightweight and durable, and often more breathable than a coating.
3-layer, 2-layer or 2.5-layer component
3 layers: the membrane is bonded between the outer and inner layer of the component. This construction prolongs the life of the membrane and enhances the component's performance. 2 layers: the membrane is only bonded to the outer fabric, while the inner protective lining is loose. This construction costs less but is generally more cumbersome. 2.5 layers: the membrane is protected on the inside by a kind of varnish coating rather than an actual layer to make it as lightweight as possible
Water-repellent component
A fabric's water repellent property is its capacity to repel water so that it runs off its surface. This prevents the fabric from absorbing water and keeps it lightweight, breathable and warm. A fabric is made water repellent by applying a treatment to its outer surface. This treatment must be renewed throughout the garment's lifetime (with every 3 washes). All the Quechua waterproof jackets have received a water-repellent treatment.
Comparison between the environmental impact of the products
The environmental impact of the product is calculated over the entire lifecycle of the product using different indicators. An overall ABCDE rating is given to help you easily identify the most eco-friendly products by comparing similar products to each other (t-shirts, trousers, backpacks, etc). Decathlon is committed to displaying environmental information. For further information: