Shield yourself from moderate weather with the Men's Hot Pack 6 Men's Vest from Sportful. Since it's easily packable, it won't take up precious jersey pocket space when bringing this vest on rides, and its fantastic wind protection and water resistance ensure that it will more than earn its keep. Sportful builds the Hot Pack 6 out of a stretchy fabric that's lightweight, windproof, and water resistant. In addition to being protective when weather rolls in, it's supremely compact, so it's there when you need it and not when you don't. That task is made even easier with its internal stuff-sack. Up front, Sportful minimized the seams, reducing the number of points of entry for water, should you decide to test the limits of its waterproofness. A tall collar adds extra protection and keeps body heat in while vents at the back help to evacuate excess heat if it's too much of a good thing and you're working up a sweat. Lastly, reflective accents make you more visible to drivers, keeping you safer on the roads, especially if the sun sets before you're done having fun. The Sportful Hot Pack 6 Men's Vest is available in seven sizes, from X-Small to 3X-Large, and in the colors Black, White, Orange Sdr, Green Fluo, and Yellow Fluo.
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