ARSUXEO Winter Warm UP Windproof Waterproof 15-k
Here at the Wharf we’ve obviously become a little occupied with the thought of staying warm. There have been a couple of cold nights and mornings lately and I’m not ready to call it a season on the bike. I’ve been looking at different gear in an effort it to prolong my season as long as I can. This THERMAL SOFTSHELL CYCLING JACKET seems perfect for all kinds of outdoor sports in winter. Ultra-soft fleece will keep you warm in winter so I’ll use it on the trail and the bike. An added bonus, the highly visible, reflective logo and stripe will help keep you safe with these shorter days..
Made of black, elastic, breathable fabric, that transfers sweat quickly, keeps you dry, and provides a comfortable feeling when cycling.
THERMAL SOFTSHELL CYCLING JACKET
- 85% polyester+15% spandex. The fabric consists of three layers that keep you warm and dry. The top layer on the exterior is a rugged windbreaker surface that beads up moisture and prevents stains. The second layer is a waterproof breathable membrane film, and the third layer is a nice soft warm fleece.
- Drop tail and elastic hem provide a precise on-bike fit, keep you warm in winter, Reflective elements on front and back add contrast to enhance nighttime visibility
- Two pockets for storage include one front zipper pocket. Longer cuff design for extra coverage of your wrist, keeps the cold air away from you.
- Stretch inserts for optimum fit, mobility, and air circulation(this part no windproof and waterproof).
- Please read our size chart carefully before order, for this jacket many customers said the size runs small, so now we changed our size and design, more close to US size, but maybe still runs a little small.
For more on cycling in the winter
As I’ve said before I’m fairly new to cycling, this was my first “season”. To be honest I’m fairly positive that I have no intention of riding my road bike once the roads are prepped or covered. If the roads are good I’m getting out there and have been looking at some products to make that more comfortable. I’m fairly positive because of course the wife hasn’t made up her mind yet. I say road bike because I have looked at Fat Tire bikes for the snow, we have a resort around here here that can be done- an article will follow. Anyhow if you plan on cycling in the winter, and I haven’t, but I’ve been researching it, here are some things to know. Read the rest of the article here!