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Yeti Cycles Eureka Windblock Jacket - Men's

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    Weather the storm.

    Be prepared for unexpected weather with the Yeti Cycles men's Eureka Windblock Jacket. Made from water-repellent and wind-resistant nylon rip stop fabric, this jacket fends off the elements to keep you warm and dry without weighing you down. Its lightweight constructions allows it to pack down into an interior back pocket at the hem and then stash stealthily away in your pack or jersey pocket for quick access if the weather turns blustery. Yeti incorporates a back yoke vent to promote airflow and elastic at the cuffs and waist hem to hold everything in place and protect your skin from chilly wind gusts.

    • Item #YTI003P

    Tech Specs

    Material
    100% ripstop nylon
    Fit
    relaxed
    Length
    hip
    Venting
    back yoke vent
    Hood
    no
    Thumbholes
    no
    Recommended Use
    mountain bike

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    A trail necessity

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This packable windbreaker is always in my backpack, keeping me covered if conditions make a turn for the worst. The lightweight design is ideal for mountain biking and the relaxed fit keeps me comfortable on the trail.

    Let me know if you have any questions regarding sizing, I am happy to help out.

    Hey, I am a taller guy (6'6) and usually wear XL in any shirts or t-shirts. I've noticed with any biking shirts or jackets that the XL are sometimes a bit tight. How was the sizing for you? Do you recommend to go up a size?