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It only takes an instant for a beautiful sunny day to turn chilly and wet. The Mavic Women's Cloud Cycling Jacket uses wind-resistant and rain-repellent fabric to keep you ready for quick downturns in the weather. All you have to do is pull this compressible jacket from your jersey pocket, slip it on, and you won't have to worry about a little wind or a bit of rain ruining your ride.

  • Dura Lite Soft Tech fabric is wind-resistant and will protect you from light rain, plus it's compressible and easy to carry
  • Reflective accents help motorists see you when the lighting is less than prime
  • Zip pocket gives you a place to store a few small essentials


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Perfect weight jacket

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought this for my wife, as the wind-breaker she had before was starting to wear at the zipper. This is really nice quality wind-breaker... perfect weight. Sometimes you just need a little bit of extra warmth; this absolutely does the trick. I would agree with Jennifer's review that it runs a little small, but we find that lots of bike wear runs small anyway, so we always order up one size. If you can catch a good sale, it makes it an even better buy.

Great light jacket

    Exactly what I was looking for- super thin, light layer that serves as a windblock when I need it. Stuffs in bike jersey pocket. Arms are nice and long, which is great. Drop rear, great length jacket. The fabric feels nice against bare arms, too (it's 'soft'- not like a slick rain jacket). I'm usually a Small or size 2 in tops, and a S in this jacket was perfect- slim fitting, but roomy enough to put a bike shirt or two underneath.

    light weight, warm and keeps you cool

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This jacket is great on cool mornings. It's light weight and breathes really well. I didn't get too hot on a 60 degree morning but I also wasn't cold at the start.

    Are the sizes listed US sizes or international sizes? The labels have both, but I never know which one retailers use. Thanks