Giant's Superlight Wind Jacket uses ultralight wind-proof fabric to shrug off cooler temps and make long descents warmer. It features a full-length zipper for easy temperature regulation and a packable design that fits easily into a jersey pocket. There's also 360-degree reflective accents for increased visibility in low-light riding conditions.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Store SKU|
|Yellow/Black / X-Small||4718905987796||12633||17995|
|Yellow/Black / Small||4718905987802||12634||17996|
|Yellow/Black / Medium||4718905987819||12635|
|Yellow/Black / Large||4718905987826||12636|
|Yellow/Black / X-Large||4718905987833||12637|
|Yellow/Black / XX-Large||4718905987840||12638|
|White/Black / X-Small||4718905987857||12639||5650|
|White/Black / Small||4718905987864||12640||5654|
|White/Black / Medium||4718905987871||12641||5656|
|White/Black / Large||4718905987888||12642||5658|
|White/Black / X-Large||4718905987895||12643||8237|
|White/Black / XX-Large||4718905987901||12644||5660|
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As with other Giant cycling clothing I've worn, Giant's Superlight Wind Jacket is stylishly designed (with great attention to fine details), very well constructed from high quality materials, and fits very well. Notably, Giant has done a very good job of proportioning, so that where other brands' sleeves are often either too short or too long for any given size, Giant's sleeve length is perfect. When riding, the sleeves' cuffs stay exactly where they should, right at the actual wrist joints. This wind jacket is indeed super light, comfortable, and breathable, yet protects from even chilly winds. It's a bit more expensive than other wind jackets, but when I'm out riding in windy weather, I can smile and feel that this jacket was well worth the extra $.