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Chrome Chrome Wind Ike Windshirt - Men's

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    Warm, wind-stopping functionality and unassuming, city style.

    Fashion can be a fickle, ever-changing thing. One day, your patched-up, oil-stained denim jacket turns heads from the ladies, and the next day, it's eliciting laughter. That's why we're all seeing a resurgence in straightforward, no nonsense designs like the Men's Chrome Ike Windshirt. From a better age where campaign commercials said 'I like Ike—you like Ike,' the Windshirt has been made as timeless in its appearance as it has in its specificity to the bike.

    Chrome knows that you can ride in any jacket, but 'any jacket' can be torturous when you're in the saddle. That's why the Ike Windshirt is made from a wool-like, brushed polyester. The sleeves and rear hem were lengthened a bit to keep you covered when you're stretched out in the saddle. The rear of the jacket also has a pass-through cargo pocket that makes grabbing your phone or keys a cinch while you're on the move.

    For the wind protection functionality of the Ike Windshirt, Chrome went all out to keep the cold off of your skin. First off, the jacket's twill material naturally deflects wind, but to cover all of the bases, Chrome also placed wind-resistant, hidden nylon panels at the front of the Ike. And while this keeps cold air from getting in, Chrome also took steps to ensure that hot air can get out. Not only does the jacket have a two-way zipper for ventilation, but there are also dual underarm zips to keep the air flowing through. To further prevent wind infiltration, the cuffs are zippered and the collar snap-buttons down. Chrome has also added reflective accents throughout the jacket to increase your visibility in low-light conditions.

    • Wool-like polyester twill construction
    • Hidden windstopper front panels
    • Reflective details
    • Pass-through back cargo pocket
    • Underarm vents
    • Two-way zipper
    • Zippered cuffs
    • Longer sleeves
    • Regular fit
    • Item #CRM002H

    Tech Specs

    Material
    polyester twill
    Fit
    regular
    Length
    hip
    Venting
    2-way zip, underarm vents
    Pockets
    2 chest, 1 pass-through back cargo
    Reflective
    yes, locker loop on back
    Recommended Use
    casual, cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Stylish, well-made but the arms!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Medium

    I love the styling and details of this lightweight jacket. The fabric is soft and appears to be very durable, without being too bulky like wool can be. The zippers are heavy duty and function smoothly. Rear pocket is perfect for riding, as are the chest pockets. Snap down collar is a great idea! Who wants their collar flapping in the wind? Now for the disappointment; the arms! What the heck? I am not a big, muscular guy. 6'0", 175, with narrow shoulders. But the arms on this jacket are skin tight! My skinny (14") biceps will barely go into the sleeves. I literally cannot raise my arms over my head or even put on a hat while wearing the jacket. I have never encountered a garment like this. The fit is perfect everywhere else except for the arms. I definitely couldn't ride a bike wearing this. So disappointed.

    Great Light Jacket

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    I love this jacket. It is light enough to wear on warm nights or colder days and can be worn over a hoody. The extended length of the torso and arms is perfect for my body type (tall/thin-ish). I have had my Ike Windshirt for over a year and it's still going strong. I plan to to buy another one if my current one ever wears out!

    Cool and stylish

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Small

    I got this one for short rides from my house to the university and find it is a great fit for spring-fall in the Twin Cities (when temperatures are mild). Not so warm (you may want to add some extra layers underneath) but definitively does its job, and looks great if you go for drinks after work!!
    An S fitted perfectly my 5-10 and 144 lb

    I've come to love this jacket

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    It took a while for this to get into the steady rotation, but now I wear it constantly - for both biking to work and casual use. Its not terribly warm, so you'll need to layer if its cooler. This morning's commute was 52 degrees and i was fine with just a tshirt. They say there are windproof panels in the chest, and you can see a lining in there, but the aren't the most windproof. Just wear an extra layer. It is a slim fitting jacket, and yes the arms are a bit tight, but not unusable. I'm 6' 175, broader shoulders and average sized arms, and the large is perfect. There isn't a ton of extra room in the arms but on the flip side there isn't a ton of extra fabric flapping around on my rides. The back pocket is there but subtle... I had a Levi's Commuter jacket that had these massive square back pockets that I hated and ultimately returned it -- couldn't really use as a casual jacket. This is subtle enough that you can wear as a casual jacket without looking too 'cyclist'. The one thing I've come to love - as minor as this may sound - is the two way zipper. Once zippered, you can unzip up from the bottom up so that it doesn't bunch up around your waste while leaning over the handlebars. Kind of like buttoning the just middle buttons on a jacket. Makes all the difference for me. Five stars.