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Were you really gonna ride in that garbage bag?

Garbage bags make great makeshift ponchos. Not so much makeshift wet-weather cycling jackets. Instead, grab the Sugoi HydroLite Jacket, a dedicated piece that was a certain triathlon magazine's Editor's Choice, that certainly has the features to win you over, too.

The HydroLite jacket is named after the company's HydroLite material, a ridiculously light and smart fabric that alters its own microstructure immediately upon exposure to water. When not "activated," the material is incredibly breathable to prevent that awful, clammy feeling that accumulates under so many other rain jackets. There are reflective details hidden all about the jacket to make you more visible when it's dark out, and the drop-tail cut prevents road spray from getting up your back. Conveniently, the jacket packs down into a tight ball when you want to stash it in a jersey pocket once the sun does come out.

The Sugoi HydroLite jacket comes in the color White and in five sizes, from Small to XX-Large.

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