POC Raceday Thermal Jacket - Men's

POC Raceday Thermal Jacket - Men's
POC Raceday Thermal Jacket - Men's
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Raceday Thermal Jacket - Men's by POC
Most riding jackets primarily focus on repelling the elements at the expense of a streamlined, aerodynamic fit. Not here. The Poc Raceday Thermal Jacket keeps you blissfully warm and dry in the face of nasty weather, but in a sleek, aerodynamic profile that slips through the oncoming breeze with ease. The lightweight softshell fabric features a dense structure that's wind and water-resistant for protection through oncoming showers and storms. This densely woven fabric promotes a streamlined profile for maximum aerodynamic efficiency as you blast down the road at high speeds. The softshell body is complemented by water-resistant stretch fabric along the underarm panels for enhanced breathability and fluid flexibility. The elastic bottom hem provides a non-slip fit, with a dirt flap preventing moisture and debris from flinging up and sticking to your jacket. Finishing off the Raceday Thermal Jacket, rear cargo pockets handily store extra layers, spare water bottles, and riding nutrition, with ventilation holes for increased breathability.

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