Vaude Ladies Spray Cycling Jacket blue, 38, 44

Vaude Ladies Spray Cycling Jacket

blue, 38, 44 - 2.5 thick jacket; Flap Over Collar to which the No. 06845 Spray Hood II Art. is; pre-shaped sleeves; Extended Cut in the back anti-slip in the lower back Takes rain lightly. This lightweight, 2.5 layer rain jacket is built to take on the streets and trails. The bluesign certified material is breathable, waterproof and windproof, and with underarm ventilation the jacket lets you effectively manage your micro-climate comfort. Reflective elements on the articulated sleeves and back help ensure better visibility and safety in low light conditions. Comes with a small pack sack for storage. Round out your rain outfit with our Spray rain pants, a helmet rain cover or the Spray hood, available separately.
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