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- Reflective orange - One size fits all - ANSI CL2/LV2 approved
Every rider needs a lightweight packable jacket for early morning starts or emergency protection. This lightweight men’s cycling jacket provides the warmth and wind protection you need, plus adds a durable water-repellent finish to shed light precipitation. The relaxed fit helps this wind shell layer easily over whatever you’re wearing. - Lightweight and breathable rip-stop Barrier fabric, made with 100% recycled material - Durable water-repellent (DWR) treatment sheds light precipitation - Two-way zipper allows ventilation from top or bottom - Dual side hem cord locks to adjust fit at waist - BioViz reflective elements for low-light visibility - 100% Recycled polyester Made in Vietnam
The essential classic cycling vest updated with water-shedding performance. We pair ripstop nylon with a mesh back for the perfect amount of protection for a long descent or a cool day. Our exclusive PI Dry® technology allows the front panel to shed road spray or mist, and this piece will pack down to stow easily in a jersey pocket.
This is your daily driver for cool weather rides. The Women's Attack Thermal Jersey will keep you comfortable during the shoulder seasons and, when worn under your favorite cycling jacket, will see you through deep winter training rides. We've updated this popular jersey with more stretch, thanks to our lightweight Transfer Thermal fleece fabric that insulates without feeling bulky. Three rear pockets hold ride essentials and a zippered side pocket holds most smartphones. FEATURES - Lightweight Transfer Thermal fleece fabric insulates without adding bulk - Full-length zipper - Three rear pockets for on-bike essentials - Zippered side-access pocket holds most smartphones - BioViz reflective elements enhance low-light visibility - Constructed from sustainably-sourced recycled materials - Form fit with stretch for layering FABRIC - 95% RECYCLED POLYESTER, 5% SPANDEX Made in Taiwan *Model is 5'9" 127 lbs, wearing a Medium
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