Sugoi RPM Jackets

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Those patches of rainy weather you've been riding through are little more than a slight bother when you have the Sugoi RPM Jacket protecting you. The jacket's HydraShield fabric repels a direct assault from raindrops, while fully-taped seams and waterproof zippers prevent them from sneaking in by other means.Elastic cuffs and gripper elastic at back hem keep the jacket in place and moisture outMicrofleece lining in collar adds comfort3M Scotchlite reflective accents add visibility in low light

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