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Shift into something better
The Sugoi Shift Jacket fits in perfectly with your early morning commute to work. Featuring a micro-fleece lined collar for comfort on the chilliest rides, the Shift Jacket won't complain about the weather, even if you do. Wind-resistant material are built into the Shift Jacket to protect you from the numbing ocean breeze, while the semi-relaxed fit won't give you issues when you wear it over your shirt and tie. The elastic hem prevents the Shift from riding up, and the reflective details keep enhance your visibility in low-light conditions -- looks like a win on both fronts.
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Great Lightweight Jacket
For rides when the temps start out in the mid to high 40s, this jacket has been great. When it warms up, the jacket fits nicely in the back pocket of my bike shirt.
Light, Wet Weather Protection
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I ride in the tropics - as hot & humid as 36 degrees C to 25 degrees C on a heavy downpour. Have used this jacket in light drizzle during road riding to heavy rain on the trail - it serves its purpose in keeping me dry during the earlier, and keeping chill out in the latter. Fit is just nice - I'm Asian with 38in chest and the M size fits me fine (over a light jersey). Elastic cuffs keep the sleeves from riding up, with pockets in the back to stow small items. The jacket stows away into a small bundle. Also, I use it with the Craft Rain Booties. Both are my 2 must-haves on every ride, and easily stowed in my hydration haversack
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Took a few rides after receiving this jacket. Temperature renged from about 45-53 degrees, and the jacket performed wonderfully! I on both days i only had one layer on underneath and both days my shirt was soaked with sweat. My feet on the other hand...
Good Jacket, Sleeves Too Short
Nice jacket, but the sleeves are much too short. I'm 6'1" and 150 lbs and the Small fits great in the torso, but the sleeves are a good 3 inches too short when on the bike. Good for running, not so much for cycling.