Refined and improved, the Aeron Storm Jacket is back with added Flashlight Technology (FLT) for improved after dark visibility. You still get the same fully waterproof performance and 37.5 (TM) fabric technology to keep you in your performance sweet spot. Flashlight Technology (FLT) dhb's Flashlight Technology is all about taking highly quality reflective fabrics and placing them in the areas that will maximise your visibility when darkness falls. The Aeron Storm FLT jacket maintains a clean and stylish design while adding reflective details on the rear and shoulders for maximum impact when on the road. 37.5 (TM) Technology - Active Particle Performance So what is 37.5? Simply put 37.5 degrees C is your ideal core body temperature while 37.5% is the optimum relative humidity in your micro-climate. 37.5 (TM) technology works to maintain this optimum balance helping you perform better and in greater comfort no matter how high or low the intensity of your riding. So how does it achieve this perfect balance? A layer of 37.5 (TM) active particles are added to the inside of the waterproof laminate and respond to body heat to increase moisture transfer. The hotter you get, the stronger the driving force removing moisture becomes - maintaining complete comfort and lessening clamminess. The fabric uses the active particles to rapidly increase water moisture dispersal and evaporation, preventing pooling of moisture and overwhelming of the fabric. Think of it as enhancing and super charging your body's already incredible systems. Fit, Feel and Performance The Aeron Storm FLT has a new and improved fit that fits just right when you're in a riding position. The 2.5 layer waterproof fabric also has stretch properties resulting in a more comfortable fit than other laminates that can suffer from being too rigid to fit well. With a waterproof rating of 45,000mm fully taped seams and a dropped tail to keep the worst of the weather off this jacket will keep you riding all day in wet weather. Features Contrast Material: 100% Polyester Contrast Panel: 80% Polyamide(Nylon), 20% Elastane(Spandex) Main Material: 86% Polyester, 14% Elastane(Spandex) 37.5 Technology - active particles rapidly increase water moisture dispersal and evaporation Flashlight Technology (FLT) placed in key positions to aid visibility Waterproof rating of 45,000mm Breathability of 30,000 under laboratory conditions 2.5 Layer waterproof Jacket with fully taped waterproof seams and zipped vents YKK Aquaguard Vislon Zip easy to use even with gloves Large rear pocket with storm flap Fleece-lined collar for extra comfort 375g, Men's Medium.
|Aeron Storm FLT Jacket Specification|
|Jackets Type||Long Sleeve|
|Material||Elastane, Fleece, Nylon, Polyester|
|Size||XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL|
|Designed for||MTB, Road|
|Retailer||Chain Reaction Cycles|
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DHB is Wiggle's own brand of Cycle wear, which until recently was exclusively for sale on their website, but is now also available at Chain Reaction Cycles. Essentially it is a range of functional cycle wear which aims to offer better value than it's more established brand name competitors. In recent years they have released a range of performance race wear to compete with the higher end gear. DHB has proven to be very popular amongst recreational cyclists, with their shoes, jerseys, jackets, shorts and tights frequently on display at events and sportives. Cycling can be a pretty expensive pastime, and DHB helps keep the cost down with sacrificing performance.
To find out more about DHB, please visit http://www.wiggle.co.uk/dhb/cycle/.
This product is for sale at Chain Reaction Cycles, one of the largest online cycle shops in the world. Opening in 1985, and starting off as a small independent bike shop in Ballynure, it moved to Ballyclare in 1989 and is now based in Doagh (all in Northern Ireland)... For more details on CRC, visit my Chain Reaction Cycles section.