Warmer than a thermal jersey, but lighter than a winter-specific jacket, the Nalini Women's Nalinissima Print Jacket occupies a versatile middle ground in cool-weather kit. Rather than being a piece you can only use when it's snowing outside, the Nalinissima Print's three-layer construction excels at breathability, adapting to crisp fall mornings as well as drizzly, gloomy afternoons. Nalini also cuts the jacket to follow a tailored, but not race-specific fit, making it a perfect companion for fondos with friends or exploratory rides on back roads free from strict pace goals. Nalini's three-layer Air Moa Xwarm fabric is largely responsible for this versatility we're so excited about; the lightweight fabric features a brushed interior that works to hold heat next to your baselayer, without losing its ability to breathe efficiently. You'll enjoy consistent warmth, without feeling soggy or clammy after taking on a quick climb. Nalini also treats the fabric with its Moa Manto W. R. T and Moa Mantovent finishes, equipping it to repel misty fog banks and light showers you unexpectedly encounter. The full-length zipper adds further freedom for ventilation, and a silicone gripper at the jacket's hem prevents it from riding up as you're taking in countryside views. You'll want to keep your phone handy in one of the jacket's three rear pockets to capture bucolic autumnal scenes, and in case you stay out later than intended, the reflective accents will help keep you visible to motorists in dusk light.
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