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  • PSA: 40% off montane kit
  • dh
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    Use code MON40

    ratrace

    The code i think was only meant to be valid yesterday, but still works today.

    fenlanddavid
    Member

    Cheers just worked 🙂

    Premier Icon Vortexracing
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    worked for me

    Anybody tried one of those Photon jackets?

    dh
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    not yet vortex, but that’s what i grabbed….

    jimcollins67
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    Cheers dh, just saved £40 on a prism jacket…. superb 🙂

    Spin
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    Splendid! Card just taken a pasting.

    Premier Icon rOcKeTdOg
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    i bought a primaloft jacket today, was £100 reduced to £50, was from my lbs though 8)

    Premier Icon MSP
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    Does anyone know what the sizing is like on the singletrack jackets? is it racing snake like the velo, or more generous like the featherlite smock?

    CaptJon
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    nice one, Photon ordered.

    benjbish
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    I’ve got an XL Fireball and it fits as I would hope for an XL. I’m 6’4″ and about 100kg. I’d class it as somewhere between average and athletic XL cut.

    cynic-al
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    My M Dyno turned up and it’s not what I was after (doesn’t look at all waterproof) so if anyone wants one (assuming the offer is over) it’s up for grabs.

    druidh
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    The Dyno Jacket is a comfortable, versatile, lightweight softshell which strikes a great balance between warmth, windproofness and breathability for autumn, mild winter and early spring conditions.

    Where does it hint at being waterproof?

    brakes
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    My M Dyno turned up and it’s not what I was after (doesn’t look at all waterproof) so if anyone wants one (assuming the offer is over) it’s up for grabs.

    what colour/ size?

    Premier Icon Clink
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    dito here – if medium

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    My Dyno is ace – I wear it all the time. ^as druidh says, it makes no claim over waterproof (although with Nikwax it is surprisingly good).

    cynic-al
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    Grey with red zips, you can have pic of me modelling it? 😎 I’m 38-40″ I think, usually M, fit is pretty good, not too tight, but not for bloaters either (I’m at kindergarten as far as beer guts go).

    £60 net posted – no gain/loss to me.

    Do you ever tire of being a smart arse druidh? I’ve used several softshells that are OK in breif showers, without being marketed as such.

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    I which case, try the Dyno in rain, it is far better than you might think. I rode a 1 mile, wet wet wet downhill in it today as was dry underneath, just a wee damp bit on the bum.

    cynic-al
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    Really? I’m the sort who CBA reproofing etc. How well does it breathe? I was looking for something heavier TBH too, though if it’s better than my TNF flight series as a shell I might keep it then…

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    I am a re-proofer so it is hard to say. I chuck all my work stuff and anything else around in the machine to re-proof regularly. Helps having a Nikwax trade account for the cost though.
    They are light, but I spent most of today in thick merino baselayer, tights and the Dyno and was more than warm.
    It is NOT a jacket for standing around in though from a warmth point of view.

    druidh
    Member

    The problem is, Al, the term “softshell” is completely undefinable. When it first appeared, it was linked to showerproof warmwear. Now, I’d always check out the fabric and manufacturers description before considering one.

    brakes
    Member

    I’m at kindergarten as far as beer guts go

    medium is too small for me
    I wear MANSIZE jackets

    cynic-al
    Member

    Well druidh it seems you understand where I am coming from after all…

    thanks Matt, TBH it’s only so I can ride 20m to/from town/pub and not get drenched if it’s raining, my TNF is a bit pants….*considers*

    FunkyDunc
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    They are not that cheap at that website full price so on a £100 jacket U end up saving £20.

    Print off the web page, take it in to Go Outdoors and they will best it by 10%

    druidh
    Member

    I’ve had some good experience with Schoeller 3X Dry as a fabric. Tends not to be cheap though.

    Premier Icon gamo
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    Dyno is a great jacket, not a proper waterproof(doesn’t claim to be}but stands up to showers no probs.Love mine.

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