- What Gilet?
The sleeves pack in to the rear pocket with room to spare. Running jacket with drop tail but not the short front of cycling jackets. Not found that a problem = good coverage and looks good off the bike. Very windproof material, one for colder days and looks like it will be decently showerproof too.Posted 8 years agoshortbread_fanylionSubscriber
I have a Ground Effect vespa which has been excellent. It's very light and packs up tiny but is excellent at keeping the wind off. Nice high fleece collar as well. I have one in black but it seems they only do them in yellow now. May be a bit pricier than a few years ago due to the weakness of the pound as well.Posted 8 years agorobarnoldMember
Another vote for the Gore Windstopper with mesh back. Brilliantly durable, warm and practical. My whole riding gear collection is progressively becoming infiltrated by Gore products. It seems like a big outlay but it's brilliant stuff, as my old stuff wears out I will always look to buy Gore to replace it. Very practically combined with a jersey and a pair of Windstopper arm warmers tooPosted 8 years agoGilesDrakeMember
I got a Giordana Tech Blend early this year and I like it.
A friend has a Santini Sushi and that's a fuller gillet with less mesh.Posted 8 years ago
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