Campagnolo Heritage Wind Jacket - Ultralight (For Men)
About Campagnolo Heritage Wind Jacket - Ultralight (For Men)
Closeouts. As a cyclist, you know that wind plays a constant role in your daily routine. Be prepared with the Campagnolo Heritage ultralight wind jacket, a wind-shedding shell sure to keep you riding at a high level in blustery weather.
Specs about Campagnolo Heritage Wind Jacket - Ultralight (For Men)
- Length: 29" (based on size large)
- Fabric: 100% nylon
- Care: Machine wash, hang dry
- Total weight: 3.5 oz.
- Made in Croatia or China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by h12 from NY on Monday, April 22, 2013I wore the jacket for the first time on a cool, windy day. It cut the wind perfectly! It hardly weighs anything and can easily be packed in case you need it or not.
Reviewed by Pieman from Omaha on Thursday, March 28, 2013Not sure what the other reviewers are smoking! this is a lightweight bike jacket, i'm a 39" chest and the L fits perfect, not too snug, not too loose. Has a really cool little pouch to tuck it into. good bike fit with a longer tail. recommend at the close out price.
Reviewed by dogdoc from Longwood, FL on Wednesday, January 23, 2013Bought as a packable shell where vests and armwarmers are too much. Fits the bill perfectly. Good form fittng. Wish thety still had the red in stock, would buy one for my son.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kim from Winnetka, Il on Wednesday, January 2, 2013Bought this for my 6', 170 lb son. Ridiculously small and cut in a way that you can't move your arms out of the forward "on-the-handlebars" position. Own other products by this manufacturer--think this one is the exception.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tri Harder from Valencia, CA on Thursday, December 13, 2012The jacket is not like the picture. It's so thin that its see through. And it runs very small, I ordered a large for my husband who usually wears a medium so he could layer it, but it barely fit him by itself, and he couldn't lean forward for aero position in it.