Reviewed by Cool Chris from Wasatch Front, Utah on Tuesday, December 30, 2014
IT was 14 degrees this morning when I set out for work. I wear a light weight and heavy weight quarter zip shirt under this jacket and stayed perfectly warm during my ride. The Pit zips help with the venting needed after you get going. The pockets are roomy enough to hold what I need, The reflective...
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Reviewed by Theodore from Seoul on Saturday, March 5, 2016
The outlook of the above clothing, which I have received, is somewhat different from description in your page.
So, I have looked up the description from fabricator (http://www.canari.com/Clothing/Men/1742-niagara-extreme/killer-yellow), which shows REMOVABLE HOOD design and the same as I received.
WATERPROOF AND WINDPROOF SHELL FABRIC WITH SOFT MESH BUILT IN LINER
CINCHABLE WAIST AND VELCRO WRIST OPENINGS FOR INCREASED WEATHER PROTECTION
TALL COLLAR, DROP TAIL, AND PIT VENTS FOR OPTIMAL WEATHER PROTECTION AND COMFORT
REFLECTIVE ACCENTS ON ALL SIDES FOR INCREASED VISIBILITY
REMOVABLE HOOD DESIGNED TO FIT OVER A HELMET
TWO WAY FRONT ZIPPER, REAR DRAFT FLAP, AND ZIPPER PIT VENTS FOR MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE REGULATION
SIDE AND BACK WATERPROOF ZIPPER POCKETS
In this regard, I have concluded that that the description in your page has wrong information and I have received the clothing which I have not expected.
I've send an email regarding this problem but failed to receive an reply aftter several days.
Reviewed by Anonymous from Portland, OR on Saturday, November 14, 2015
The craftsmanship seems good, vents seem well-placed and the brightness/reflectivity is good. However, this is yet another cycling jacket that I feel is just too heavy for people in temperate climates.
Reviewed by CrazyHeinz from Virginia on Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Bought this jacket and it came in the Wednesday before the outskirts of hurricane Joaquin deluged the east coast. Suffice to say this jacket kept me dry in rain and 20 knot winds. The hood fits over my helmet and the back extends a bit low to keep rain from running into your biking shorts. Pockets are in all the right places, too.
I haven't weighed the actual jacket, but that seems about right. The jacket is way lighter than softshell material, and heavier than a coated nylon windbreaker material. I've biked with it in 35 degF to about 45degF so far, and expect I'll be able to wear it down to maybe 25degF with no problem (just a little more underneath).