Gore Contest 2.0 AS Jacket
|Price:||£48.45 - £109.99|
- Mesh lining
- Back zipped stow pocket
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For beginners and advanced cyclists. This racing bike jacket is nice and light, totally windproof, fits well and can be rapidly stored in the jersey.
Lightweight and racy jacket. If the weather turns out hot, this jacket will fold into it's own rear pocket!See all Product description
Top Customer Reviews
So all this bike clothing is new to me however I bought one of these jackets at a sale in Germany for 70 Euros (which I still thought was expensive not knowing what all this bike wear costs)and have been very pleased with the protection it gives. So far I have even ridden through heavy rain and a hail storm and although it says it is only showerproof I found that it kept my torso completely dry and warm - the rest of me was soaked through!
Very comfortable to wear and the usual acid test has been passed as I have just bought a second one for riding at home in the UK.
Apr 2015 - Still wearing this a lot but it is only shower resistant as claimed by manufacturer....heavy rain and then all of me is wet. All zips etc still working well but the Gore logo lettering came off over time.
The cut is well designed for cycling leading to a jacket that is very comfortable to wear. Folds into its own rear pocket for storage.
Although very pleased with the performance of the jacket, I think that it is expensive at full price. I purchased this jacket when it was reduced and feel that I got good value for my money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Recipient yet to wear it as he is a fair weather cyclist, but fits really well and looks good tooPublished on 27 May 2014 by AnnieM
This Jacket is superb. Really good quality feel, extremely light and compact and looks great.
Now the nights are getting colder, this is a godsend. Read more
This is a very thin but highly effective cycling jacket. Despite its thin lightweight material it is amazingly good at keeping out the wind, I have used it at temperatures below... Read morePublished on 30 April 2013 by malcybabe