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The Silver Bullet Jacket demonstrates Brooks' mastery of technical run apparel. Lightweight, protective and surprisingly warm, this powerful shell is impressively designed and exceptionally executed. An aluminum membrane liner holds body heat while minimizing weight, and a classy fit lets you run through fierce weather without ever holding back.


  • Royal Purple (513)
  • Tourmaline (413)


  • Windproof and water-resistant shell with bonded zipper, decorated wind flap and zipper garage
  • 2" mock neck with brushed, wicking collar interior
  • Soft, aluminum membrane that creates warmth with very little weight, reducing need for heavy layering
  • Soft, weather-resistant exterior
  • Side zipper pockets (6"W x 9"H)
  • Moisture proof media pocket (2.75" W x 4.5"H) in left hand pocket
  • Stretch panels in arm pits
  • Hand cuffs with thumbholes for additional warmth
  • Wide elastic band at back hem for improved fit
  • Reflective details for increased visibility


  • Brooks Shelter: Body (100% Polyester Face, Aluminum Membrane with 100% Nylon Tricot), a lightweight, wind proof and water-resistant protective fabric with a soft touch. 
  • Collar (100% Brushed Polyester), a soft, moisture-wicking fabric
  • Cuffs (90% Polyester/10% Spandex), a stretch, moisture-transfer fabric

Apparel Performance Characteristics

Apparel Fit: What's this?

  • Compression
  • Fitted
  • Semi-Fitted
  • Relaxed

Temperature Range °F: What's this?

  • Cold
    • Below 30
  • Moderate
    • 30-45
    • 40-55
    • 50-65
  • Hot
    • above 65

Fabric Thickness: What's this?

  • Thin
  • Medium
  • Thick

Customer Reviews


Comments: I bought this jacket last winter. The only negative is you need to make sure you have the correct size because the material has little give to it. The positive is I can go running in 0*C/32*F weather with just a very thin long sleeved shirt underneath & be comfortably warm. I bought the green color & it is a great color. Very cheery in the dreary winter.
From: Caroline, Canada