SUGOi Versa Jacket - Men's

SUGOi Versa Jacket - Men's
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Versa Jacket - Men's by SUGOi
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SUGOi Versa Jacket - Men's

You rolled out pre-dawn, but by 10:00 a. m. the sun was out and the temperature was climbing rapidly as you kept up the pace. With most jackets, your only option is to unzip all the way and let the cape flap awkwardly, or you strip it off and try unsuccessfully to jam it into a jersey pocket. With Sugoi's Versa Jacket, however, you're in luck -- just pop the sleeves off and now you've got the vest you need for the warming day. The Versa Jacket is constructed from Sugoi's Argon fabric. It's made from woven ripstop, which creates a barrier between you and the elements while also being exceptionally durable. Argon is water and wind resistant, but at the same time breathable, so you'll stay warm and dry. This a stylish and protective piece for cycling, running, or cross-country skiing. The fabric construction isn't the only thing that makes the Versa Jacket great. As mentioned, the sleeves are removable, attaching magnetically to the jacket to help you adapt the jacket to your workout. When you start your ride with the sleeves and don't need them anymore, simply slip them off and stow them away in the single back zip pocket or one of the two comfortable front zip pockets. Adjustable cuffs cinch down over your gloves to keep heat in. Soft microfleece lining around the collar keeps your neck warm and doesn't abrade the skin. To keep air from sneaking in the bottom, dual shockcords, accessed from the pocket, allow you to pull the hem closer to your body. To let heat out, simply reverse the process. Reflective graphic detail throughout the jacket gives you 360-degrees of visibility during grey winter days and low light. The Sugoi Versa Jacket is available in five sizes, from Small through XX-Large, and in the colors Supernova, True Blue, and Matador.

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