Club Ride Apparel Cross Wind Jacket - Men's

Club Ride Apparel Cross Wind Jacket - Men's
Club Ride Apparel Cross Wind Jacket - Men's
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Cross Wind Jacket - Men's by Club Ride Apparel
From the wind-swept ridgelines to rain-soaked coastal trails, the Club Ride Men's Cross Wind Jacket excels at protecting you from inclement weather and rainy conditions. This wind shell boasts Wind20 fabric that's both wind and water-resistant, shedding oncoming showers, trail debris, and brisk winds from permeating through. It's also incredibly lightweight, easily stashing within your back jersey pocket for deployable protection from quick-moving showers and rapidly changing conditions. This packable wind shell boasts a number of features to keep you riding comfortably during inclement weather. Its under-helmet hood easily fits under your helmet to repel rain and wind. RideLight reflective accents boost visibility during low-light conditions and after-dark rides alike. Additionally, you'll find a zippered chest pocket and side storage pocket, with a cord port for seamless audio integration.

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SKU: CLB002B
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