Reviewed by Buddy from Texas on Monday, April 6, 2015
About what I expected but it has no pockets and it's more blaze orange than red. Still I bought it to use when I ride my motorcycle and it serves that purpose. Definitely lightweight, what you need during a Texas summer.
Reviewed by bjt from Cincinnati on Monday, March 23, 2015
Folds up into a pocket. I use it primarily when working auto road races so, it fits easily into, what we call a track bag that needs to hold everything we might need out on the course - rain gear, boots, tow ropes, gloves, hats, 1st aid kits, etc. We race rain or shine so, we need to be prepared for anything. Some of our races are run at night with minimal track lighting and this jacket has just enough reflective piping to help make me visible. Good fit.
Reviewed by Scott from Massachusetts on Wednesday, December 31, 2014
I've only had the jacket for a few days but I've already verified that the wind resistance by riding in 15 - 20 deg F temps and 10 - 20 MPH headwinds. It performs well. It also goes on and off easily, is comfortable, and covers base layers well. Obviously I can't comment on its durability yet which is why I don't give it 5 stars.
Reviewed by geotrouvetout67 from Massachusets on Friday, October 31, 2014
Let's be realistic, it's cheap and can't be compared to a nice $100 cycling rain jacket but for the price (after discounts) it's doing the job. Some people say it is small, no it's not, it's a cycling jacket and it is supposed to be snug. I'm 5'11, 180lbs, went with a medium and think it's still too large (probably because it does not stretch). However, if your tummy sticks out much larger than your chest then you will need a size up.