This week’s edition of CTT is a topically-tastic special edition that focuses purely on waterproof jackets. Decent jackets at decent discounts in a decent array of sizes*
*at time of writing anyway!
‘See Deal’ links
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Fox Men’s Ranger 2.5 Layer Water Jacket
was £99.99, now £75.00
Product description: “10k waterproof, 3k breathable main body fabric. High visibility colourway. DWR finish sheds moisture, dirt, and debris. Drawcord, cinching at hem and elastic cuff. Helmet-compatible hood fits over most helmets. 2 x zippered front hand pockets. Fabric: 100% Polyester ripstop, 2.5-layer fabric.”
Gore Women’s Ambient Jacket
was £129.99, now £81.97
Product description: “GORE-TEX INFINIUMTM technology – exceptionally breathable, water resistant and lightweight. GORE® WINDSTOPPER® technology – fully windproof. Cycling specific cut – lengthened sleeves and dropped tail. Stretch mesh panels – for ventilation and freedom of movement. Grip elastic at waist hem. Slim fit. Reflective detailing. Full length reversed zip with reflective detailing. Weight: 105g.”
Altura Women’s Nightvision Storm
was £80.00, Go Outdoors Member’s price £49.97
Product description: “Fully waterproof and breathable. Taped seams. Silver reflective print. Relaxed fit. Fleece lined collar. Underarm and back vents. Chest and back pockets. 2 x hand pockets. Material: 100% polyester.”
Rockrider All-Mountain Waterproof Jacket
was £89.99, now £69.99
Product description: “Brush up to nature: The tightly woven fabric withstands abrasion. Waterproof: It has it all: material (10 000 mm), taped seams, water repellent zip. Breathability: 3-layer fabric with breathable membrane; RET = 6. Pockets: One waterproof zip-up pocket on the chest, with a phone- and key-holder. Compact design: The jacket folds down into its inside pocket so you can take it anywhere. Ventilation: Openings at the back and on the sides for ventilation.”
Altura Cave Women’s Softshell Cycling Hoodie
was £75.00, now £56.25
Product description: “An easy to wear style, the Altura Cave Women’s Softshell Cycling Hoodie boasts a lightweight four way stretch fabric with a brushed back fleece inner for warmth and a durable water-repellent coating to keep you from getting soaked in a shower. There is extra protection from the elements from the integrated hood and two zipped side pockets for carrying essential belongings or warming hands when you are off the bike. This versatile top can be used as a mid or outer layer depending on the conditions and is also great for walking or running in cooler conditions.”
Fox Ranger Fire Jacket
was £160.00, now £99.00
Product description: “Three-layer shell with a tough, polyester exterior, internal membrane, and brushed fleece interior. Ergonomically located zippered hand pockets with an elastic interior pocket to keep your stuff in place. Drop tail for mountain-bike-specific performance. Three panel hood with adjustable draw cords for performance on and off the bike. Shell: 57% cotton, 43% polyester.”
Endura Hummvee Women’s Waterproof Jacket
was £99.99, now £56.99
Product description: “Waterproof, breathable, 2-Layer fabric in a fully seam sealed construction with a fast wicking, dropped mesh liner for comfort. Ventilation from zipped underarm vents. Hood with concealed adjustment. Full length storm flap behind front zip. Zipped chest and front hand warmer pockets. Adjustable hem and Velcro® cuffs. Reflective trim.”
Altura Ridge Pertex Waterproof Mens Jacket
was £150.00, now £87.99
Product description: “Pertex™ 2.5 layer waterproof, windproof, breathable fabric. Durable water repellant coating. Venting system to let hot air out. Adjustable helmet compatible hood. Elbow protection compatible. Elasticated cuff and cuff tab. Relaxed fit. 100% Nylon Mini Ripstop.”
Endura MT500 Waterproof Jacket II
was £239.00, now £127.00
Product description: “Exceptionally breathable and durable ExoShell40DR 3-Layer waterproof fabric in a fully seam-sealed construction. 3D adjustable helmet hood. Water-repellent front zip with storm flap. Ventilation from large underarm two-way zipped vents extending onto back is compatible with backpacks. Front pockets doubling as vents, hidden internal pocket and sleeve lift pass pocket. Durable shoulders with silicone grip and ergonomically positioned stretch panels. Soft-touch lycra inner cuff for added comfort and protection. Reflective trims on hood, cuff and rear tail.”
Troy Lee Designs Shuttle Cycling Jacket
was £100.00, now £60.00
Product description: “Lightweight, packable, wind-resistant jacket. Ripstop fabric. Ventilated under the arms and back panel. Reflective detailing on the back. Lower back zippered pocket with easy access. Drop-tail hem. Brushed inside neck collar.”
Leatt Women’s MTB Allmtn 2.0 Jacket
was £119.99, now £54.00
Product description: “5.000mm/5.000g/m2 waterproof/breathable material with dirt, water and stain-resistant fabric coating. Ride Adaptive Hood (RAhD) – Over the helmet fit with stealth adjustments + over the chin for superior comfort and chin fold design for riding or casual fit. Magnetic hood system (Patent Pending). ClimbVent connector for pedalling with the jacket open. Two handwarmer pockets. Lightweight 360-degree stretch including stretch fit cuffs and hems. X-Flow mesh inner lining. Tailored fit. Reflective printing on the lower back. Folds into its own chest pocket.”
YO! These deals will expire!
Deals do not last forever. Stuff sells out. Retailers end promotions. Deals just… end. With that in mind, please check the date when this edition of Cheap Things Tuesday was published (it’s up at the top near the headline). If this edition was published a few days/weeks/months ago, chances are not every deal is going to still be live.
Have you seen any good deals lately?
Leave ’em in the comments below. #PSA
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