Why We Like The Assos Mille GTC Loewenkralle C2 Jacket
Lightweight insulation and water-resistant protection are integral to staying comfortable on cold-weather road rides, and the Assos Mille GTC Loewenkralle C2 Jacket ensures we never pedal without them. This jacket uses a PAVE ripstop woven fabric to act as a comfortable, versatile barrier against water, wind, and abrasion, complemented by insulating RX EVO Light in the sleeves and strategic ventilation areas. When the day turns sunny and temps warm up, this jacket easily stows in its own water-repellent pocket and stows on the handlebars for when it's needed next.
- Cycling jacket for road rides in less-than-ideal weather
- Thermal, lightweight, and water-resistant fabrics cover all bases
- Type.OF11 back panel has high-stretch properties for sleek fit
- Reflective detailing boosts visibility in low-light conditions
- Zippered water-repellent pocket stows jacket and mounts on bars
- Item #AASZ069
- [main fabric] PAVE rip-stop woven fabric (76% nylon, 14% elastane, 10% polypropylene, [rear panel] Type.OF11, [sleeves] RX EVO Light
- 1 side zipped water-repellent pocket
- detailing on forearms, rear elastic, and handlebar bag
- road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
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April 9, 2023
The holy grail of cycling apparel
- I've put it through the wringer
No single Assos apparel is ever this perfectly designed, constructed, and, actually, exceedingly useful. The feathery weight jacket blocks chilly wind, withstands mild drizzling, without feeling clammy. The ingenious part is how it tucks inside a built-in duffle bag that strap snugly to handlebar. It is the single best Assos item I have ever purchased over the last 22 years. (Sinze small fits comfortable on a 140 pounds 5'8" frame).
Originally reviewed on Competitivecyclist.com
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