Designers at Showers Pass weren't messing around when they created the Atlas Jacket. Built to be tough and withstand winters worst, it features burly 3-layer MapREflect fabric, with taped seams, brushed lining, and copious features aimed for making the dedicated cyclist happy. MapREflect is Showers Pass own super reflective waterproof material, featuring maps from 11 cycling-centric cities of the world, such as Barcelona, Amsterdam, London, Bewlin, Taipei, Paris, New York and Portland. The white patterns of the maps against black backing illuminate under headlights with a glow bright enough to be seen from 200 meters away. MapREflect's waterproof and breathable membrane wicks away sweat on the inside, and seals out moisture from harsh weather on the outside. Taped seams ensure that drips of water don't sneak in through the cracks, and watertight zippers keep your essentials dry even in major downpours. Two extra-long zippers ventilate your core when your heart rate gets going, and they're easy to maneuver open and closed with cycling gloves on, thanks to easy-grip zipper pulls. When drizzles turn to torrential downpours throw the helmet-compatible hood over top to keep your noggin dry, while a brushed fleece collar wicks moisture and provides softness against your chin. Unlike the Odyssey, the Atlas doesn't have a big and fleecy backing, so you will want to layer underneath on frosty days, but with its added taped seams and vents, you'll find you'll stay dry and maintain a comfortable temperature with ease.
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Showers Pass Atlas Jacket - Men's
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