Closeouts. You may not be riding to the top of the world, but why not look the part during training rides with the Canari's Everest cycling jacket? The stretch fabric is wind and water resistant, and a drawcord waist helps seal out cold air.
Reviewed by Observer from Allegheny Front on Monday, October 28, 2013
I bought this to replace a very old PI Elite that's too long for me. Wore it, over an ultralight merino base and a loose-fitting polyester jersey (both short-sleeved), up an 8 mile 2% rail-trail; 35 minutes steady going on my 30 lb trail bike, temperature about 45F. With cuffs open and front about 1/4 zipped I was comfortable but the jacket lining got damp. On the next 14 miles of flats I zipped it to about 3/4. Drifting and softpedaling back down the 8-mi grade is where I always get chilled, but no problem this time with cuffs and zipper closed up. It doesn't breathe and scarcely ventilates but should be comfortable with a long-sleeve base layer below 45-50F unless you're working hard. Seems well made and based on the wind-blocking I expect it to be sufficiently water resistant for any snow or cold rain I expect to ride into, but I want breathability so I'm trying a Niagara. I'm what used to be average size, 182 cm and 70 kg and the fit is roomy in size M, but I'm sticking with M for the sleeve length and neck, which fit me well.