Waterproof ratings are used to indicate the level of water resistance of products, particularly outdoor gear and clothing. These ratings are measured and classified according to industry standards. One of the most commonly used rating systems is the millimeter (mm) rating.
The mm rating represents the amount of water pressure a fabric or material can withstand before water starts to penetrate through it. It is expressed as a measurement in millimeters, such as 5000mm or 10000mm. The higher the mm rating, the more water pressure the material can withstand, and the more waterproof it is considered to be.


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Waterproof Ratings





Water resistant/snowproof

Very light rain



Light to average rain



Moderate to heavy rain


Highly waterproof

Heavy rain



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