Spring and fall bring difficult weather conditions for the cyclist looking to get in some quality riding in with a group or solo. Overdressed, we quickly overheat, especially as skies clear and temps rise. That is still better than being underdressed, left bringing a knife to a gunfight against Mother Nature and face the bone-chilling wind and bitter cold. Mavic has the solution with the Women's Sequence Convertible Jacket. This top can convert as quickly from a jacket to a vest and back again as the changing weather making it an excellent piece for the shoulder seasons.The jacket's Ride Wick Warm fabric provides wind protection, breathability, and a soft feel thanks to a fine, three-layer membrane with high stretch. Its pro-fit gives the jacket a streamlined look and new bonded sleeve cuff construction fits snugly to the wrist and waist, keeping the wet and cold out and the warm air in. The elastic hem remains firmly in place while blocking road spray and flinging moisture with its dropped rear. The real star is the zippered bolero construction for removing the sleeves and wearing as a vest. Other functional riding features include ergonomic back construction with three rear pockets for easy access and reflective all-over print on the sleeves that becomes visible when illuminated.
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Mavic Sequence Convertible Jacket - Women's
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