When weather rolls in don't hunker down, layer up with the 100% Hydromatic Jacket for men, and hit the dirt with the same power you do on the clear days. With lightweight and stretchy polyester-elastane blend, and fabric moves with you for full range of motion no matter what trail you're tackling, the Hydromatic proves its self as the perfect light jacket to protect you from the elements -- and it's backed up with tough construction that won't blow out the first time you slide over a banked turn or miss-pick your line through a boulder rock garden. To keep you dry, the Hydromatic jacket uses a 2. 5-laminate construction with 10k waterproofing-and-breathability, so you can seal out the elements without trapping in sweat. Fully taped seams keep any extra precipitation from making its way in through the cracks, and waterproof zippers add security for your pocketed essentials. The jacket is cut to be aerodynamic and fit comfortably on the bike, so once you've got it on you can focus on the trail in front of you instead of fidgeting with zippers and hook and loop straps. Despite the cut being labeled 'aerodynamic,' you won't find it to be a super slim cut, which ideal since you'll want room to layer with a long sleeve jersey and base layer when the temperatures really drop.
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