Showers Pass Skyline Softshell Jacket

Showers Pass Skyline Softshell Jacket
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Skyline Softshell Jacket by Showers Pass
Price subject to change | SKU: SHO0036

Showers Pass Skyline Softshell Jacket

Ideal for cooler temperatures, the Showers Pass Skyline Softshell Jacket is made from a three-layer softshell that's ideal for fall and spring riding. This fabric is both waterproof and highly breathable, so you'll be protected for anything from a drizzle to a downpour. For crisp and cold seasonal rides, the Skyline is your ticket to warmth, as well as element protection. The softshell breathes well enough to prevent overheating when pushing over mountains. And because it's super stretchy, the Skyline doesn't restrict movement as you shift from the drops to dancing on the pedals. While the Skyline's material selection provides an excellent range of motion and breathability, it also gets an added dose of ventilation for comfort during muggy afternoon heat. A full length front zipper, underarm zippers, and a flow-through vent at the back of the neck ensure that you won't have to pullover mid-ride to pull off the Skyline. A drop down tail offers backside coverage from wheel-spray when the roads are damp, and reflective accents increase your visibility to motorists for low-light safety. The jacket also features three rear cargo pockets, a rear zippered security pocket, and a zippered chest pocket for plenty of storage of ride essentials. The Showers Pass Skyline Softshell Jacket in four sizes from Small to X-Large and in the colors Black and Chili Pepper Red.

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