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Capo Serie A Midweight Jackets

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MSRP : $247.95


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When it comes to cycling jackets, what you wear to work can't be what you wear up the mountain. You need a jacket that strikes the balance between warmth and breathability; element protection and overprotective. Basically, you need a jacket like the Capo Serie A Midweight Jacket. With a cycling-specific cut and one of Capo's top-shelf fabrics, the Serie A is all that you need to get through those chilly days in the saddle.Being part of Capo's Corsa Series, the Serie A Midweight jacket maintains a cut-no-corners approach to fit, material selection, and insulation. And in accordance with this philosophy, Capo constructed the jacket from the water- and wind-resistant Protegge fabric. This material not only performs the aforementioned, but it also protects while retaining a light overall weight and high level of breathability. So, when the temperature drops during a ride, you can layer up and stay protected without drowning in sweat.For the fit, you'll find that Capo cut the Serie A jacket is more in tune with a jersey than outerwear. The bottom hem is cut on a curve to provide comfort in the cycling position. Also, the curve extends to rear of the jacket, which has been elongated to to withstand the turmoil of wheel-spray. Multiple panels are used for the construction, which means that the jacket is designed to move with you, not the the other way around. For extra protection from the elements, the neck has been heightened, and the full-length zipper is backed with a draft flap to prevent rogue drafts from infiltrating your insulation layer.The Capo Serie A Midweight Jacket is available in five sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors White, Red, and Black. Please note that Capo has determined that this jacket operates best at temperatures between 45 and 55 degrees Fahrenheit.

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