Product DescriptionUnless your winter training finds you well above the 38th parallel, a heavy softshell jacket is rarely a more ideal alternative to thoughtful layering. The Giordana Fusion Jacket neatly fills that gap between excessive layers and a cumbersome jacket. It acts as a dependable staple for your wardrobe that offers plenty of cool-weather comfort without any of the bulk. Giordana constructed the Fusion Jacket from a blend of its Corsa and WindTex fabrics. The stretchy Corsa material makes up the majority of the jacket. Its shell is naturally insulating and abrasion-resistant, while the fabric's inner-lining features a soft, brushed microfleece that wicks away moisture and retains body heat. The jacket's side panels offer a touch more stretch to ease the fit and aid in dumping excess heat. A wind and waterproof WindTex membrane hides between the Corsa's layers on the front and rear of the jacket. The membrane keeps you protected on chilly descents, and ready for any surprise inclement weather while you're on the road. In addition to the membrane, a drop tail provides your backside with an extra bit of coverage from wheel spray. The Giordana Fusion Jacket is equipped with a full-length reversible zipper and an inner wind-blocking flap for the zip. Three rear pockets and an additional zippered security pocket provide plenty of room for storing your essentials. The jacket is offered in six sizes from Small to XXX-Large and in the colors Black or Blue.
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