I’ve had the Ray for nearly three months now, have worn it in various climates in different states, for well over 1,000 miles and it has yet to give up the ghost. The only wet conditions it’s experienced was a brief morning mist on a local ride or two, and true to claims, the outer shell’s water-resistant treatment kept me dry and even surprisingly warm. Still, I’d consider this a two-season jacket—no matter how comfortable and well-constructed, cotton is still cotton. Also the fit is on the slim side, so if you’re at all thinking about layering, you might want to order a size up—and that’s another reason I’d tag it as mostly a mild-weather spring and summer garment. That said, I’ll be reaching for this thing well into October if it stays warm enough, say, above 65 degrees.