Springtime is great for turning an otherwise brown, dried-up landscape into a lush sea of greenery with its daily douse of precipitation. However, this rainy weather can wreak havoc on your training ambitions, seeing you'd probably stay indoors under the inviting warmth of a climate controlled environment than push through the onslaught of chilly breezes and passing rain showers. That's where the POC Men's Essential Splash Jacket comes into play, offering a lightweight, body-conforming barrier from passing showers and chilling breezes while you're pushing through inclement weather on your road bike. This lightweight jacket is comprised of a water-resistant shell, complete with four-way stretch capabilities, so it conforms to your every move, regardless if you're sprinting out of the saddle to quickly gain speed or grinding up a grueling climb for an hour. Laser-perforated armholes provide cooling airflow where you're prone to overheating, ensuring you don't sweat profusely underneath this protective jacket. It's cut with a slim, body-contoured fit and features a dropped rear hemline to provide an ideal fit in the cycling position, as well as a bit more coverage from road spray.
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