The Oakley Wind Jacket Sunglasses were designed to satisfy the speed-craving motorcyclists out there who needed distortion-free, high-definition sunglasses that were light, had a good fit, and were also technical. Since then, the sporty Three-Point Fit has been adopted by cyclists, runners, and anyone else who is active and doesn't want to worry about their sunglasses staying secure when they're going fast.
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I work construction, and most of the job sites I go to have no areas for me to change clothing. For my bike commute, I need a set of wind breaker pants and a windbreaker jacket to that are easy to put on and take off over my coveralls, and without removing my boots. I'm a somewhat larger person (may ... Read More »
I am thinking of buying a wind/trail jacket but is unsure on what to get out of an Apollo Team jacket or a Specialized Jacket, I already have an Apollo Team Jersey but I am still unsure on what to get..
Any Suggestions???Read More »
it does not get terribly cold here in south Texas, but i want something to cut the wind and keep me dry when it sprinkles. when it pours, i just take the bus. i have been wearing this cheap windbreaker jacket to work the last few days but it does not breathe at all. i expect a huge cloud of steam to ... Read More »
I want a thin cycling windjacket that doesn't flap as I ride faster.
Colder temps last week saw me repurposing a Marmot Ion windshirt that I've used for summer alpine climbing and comfortably use running down into the high 20s with a single polypro layer underneath. It's the smallest size I ca ... Read More »
I checked out the link to the MTbr Wind Jacket from Velowear.com and I'd like to get one. Problem is, I see that the chest measurement for the 2XL is 44-46 inches. Bummer, I don't think I'll fit into it.
If anyone orders one of these jackets in 2XL, please let me know what your chest measurement ... Read More »