Kitsbow Wind Vest - Men's

Kitsbow Wind Vest - Men's
Kitsbow Wind Vest - Men's
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Wind Vest - Men's by Kitsbow
When the wind comes a-blowin', you'll be glad your threw down the dough for the Kitsbow Men's Wind Vest. A premium piece at a premium price, the vest might seem excessive for getting dirty, but that's until you get to know it a bit better. For starters, the vest's durable, textured, stretchable polyester primary material gets a DWR treatment to block out the wind and rain, but that's to be expected. What's not expected is the slick style this vest packs, with a cut that wouldn't look out of place underneath a blazer, or detailing that justifies this thing's price tag. The logo'd strip at the center of the top of the back, for example, is actually a ventilation strip that rapidly evacuates excess heat and moisture from within. The collar protects and looks great, but never irritates, thanks to it's ergonomic, low-profile design. The front zipper locks in place and is designed to engage quickly so you don't have to fumble too long while riding no-handed to get it on, which will be easy to do while riding, because the vest also packs down tightly and easily fits into a jersey pocket.

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SKU: KIT000N
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