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Weather is no longer an excuse.

The Sugoi Women's RS eVent Jacket is completely waterproof and extremely breathable, so you can run in a full-blown downpour without soaking through and with feeling clammy.

  • Reflective accents make you more visible in traffic
  • Core ventilation promotes airflow
  • Fully taped seams for added protection
  • Interior security pocket
  • Microfleece lined collar eliminates chafing

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I am technically a size small according...

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I am technically a size small according to sugio's size chart but am worried about a size small being too small.. Can anyone speak to how this jacket fits? Will a medium be too big or more ideal if I'm wearing this with a rucksack on and doing all sorts of exercises?

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yeah, its not going to be super tight like their jerseys being that it is semi-fitted, but I would probably still suggest sizing up.

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What is the ideal temperature for this jacket...can I wear for very cold climate?

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Thanh,

This is primarily designed as a rain jacket, and not insulated. You could of course wear base layers to help with warmth (a merino wool works best for the coldest rides); but overall, best to look elsewhere for a winter jacket. Gore has some good winter jackets and wind-protection. My personal faves' are Giordana's FRC winter jacket, and Assos (budget permitting).

Look for a jacket that in the description actually says it's for winter riding. Wind/rain resistance is also a plus.

When calculating sizes, keep in mind you'll want the ability to wear both a good base (merino wool for the coldest rides), and a good insulating jersey...which usually means you may want to size-up...especially in the European brands.

Hope this Helps : )