Pearl Izumi Quest Amfib Jacket - Men's

Pearl Izumi Quest Amfib Jacket - Men's
Pearl Izumi Quest Amfib Jacket - Men's
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Quest Amfib Jacket - Men's by Pearl Izumi
Rather than spending your entire winter on the indoor trainer, grab the Pearl Izumi Quest Amfib Jacket and extend your riding season through the coldest months of the year. This warm outer layer incorporates a relaxed fit that allows room for a base layer and jersey underneath--all without feeling too bulky or hampering your mobility on the bike. The three-layer AmFib Softshell fabric is windproof, water-resistant, and breathable, keeping you warm and comfortable whether you're cruising along at a moderate pace, or putting in some harder efforts as part of your training routine. Notable features include a full-length internal draft flap with zipper garage that seals in warmth and blocks biting winds, as well as a sizeable zippered rear pocket with enough room for keys, credit cards, and even an extra pair of gloves.

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