Endura Equipe Classics Cycling Jacket

Product Code: 142533
£126.34 WAS £139.99 Save 10% GBP
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The Endura Equipe Classics Cycling Jacket has been designed to give you the ultimate all-weather protection. The short sleeve construction makes it perfect for the warmer conditions, but it also comes with matching arm warmers to transform it into a long sleeve jacket for maximum protection from the elements when you're riding in poor conditions. The jacket has been developed and tested with Endura's Movistar Team, so you can be sure you're getting the best of the best. The Endura Equipe Classics Jacket has a full length zip and it features a high-vis drop tail will deliver increased coverage. The triple rear pockets provide ample storage space, and if it's raining hard, the lazer-cut holes in the pockets will prevent water building up.

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Endura Equipe Classics Cycling Jacket
  • Short sleeve construction with separate arm warmers for adaptable pro style protection
  • Developed and tested by Movistar Team
  • High stretch, lightweight, waterproof, windproof and highly breathable softshell fabric
  • Thermal Roubaix underarm panel for added comfort
  • Athletic non-flap race fit
  • High visibility drop tail
  • Triple rear pockets with laser cut drain holes
  • Full length zip with strung puller and zip guard
  • Cosy touch inner collar
  • If you think the Spring Classics are bad, try Scotland!