Brevet Visibility Wind Jacket
When it comes to adventuring, things rarely follow an exact schedule, which may result in a spin home after twilight. Rapha's Brevet Visibility Wind Jacket was developed to boost your visibility and help you stay seen, whether your ride takes you on dark country roads after sunset, or weaving through city streets in the predawn glow. It's built to be versatile, with lightweight construction that's easy to pocket when it's not in use, but provides a perfect barrier on cool evenings, or in inclement weather It uses Rapha's regular fit, designed to contour to you without much bulk, but just enough room to layer on a thermal long sleeve jersey or jacket if the temperatures really start to dip. To keep you seen from all angles, Rapah equips the Brevet Visibility Wind Jacket with large reflective stripes on the arms, chest, and front, along with reflective Rapha logos for a stylish and bright accent. The jacket is constructed from wind-proof polyester that features just enough stretch to stay comfortable in the drops, and a DWR coating that sheds showers to keep you dry.
- Versatility is key with this light and bright wind jacket
- Thick reflective stripes on back, front, sleeves, boost visibility
- Tailored cut with slight stretch for comfort in the saddle
- Drop-tail hem keeps you covered from wheel spray
- Windproof fabric is DWR treated for added protection from rain
- Ideal for pairing with long-sleeve jersey on cool evening rides
- Item #RFA007D
- Q & A
Love this jacket
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Medium
- Height: 5'9"
- Weight: 143lbs
This is a terrific jacket and I’m very happy with it. I had been trying to find this high vis pink in a lady’s size, but no dice, so I bought the men’s medium. They say it’s a wind jacket and it really is, keeps strong, cool winds at bay. The high neck, which is nicely off center just a smidge, keeps the chill from your neck in a comfy and not constricting way. I pair this with the Rapha thermal jersey in late winter in Vermont, it’s just great. With a short-sleeved jersey for early spring mornings; it’s thin and light and easy to stow in a jersey pocket. This is a perfect jacket.