Extreme weather calls for extreme protection. Keep the cold and rain out with this all-new men’s AV Extreme Lyte Jacket from Giordana.
The AV Extreme Lyte men's jacket is made using lightweight AcquaZero Eco-treated fabric that repels wind and water while also managing moisture so you stay dry and comfortable. This jacket is designed for cyclists who want to push themselves to the limit while staying protected from the cold, wind, mist, or rain. With thermal lined fabric, this jacket doesn't just protect you from inclement weather conditions, it can also be used as an additional layer to your kit on colder days when extra warmth is needed.
Features + Benefits
Made for cold temperatures
High breathability, ride with high intensity without overheating
Water and wind resistant
DV Stretch 2 layer membrane on front, shoulder, outside of sleeves
90 grams Thermal Alpha Direct fabric on inside of jacket offers high breathability and does not absorb water so rider stays dry and comfortable
Thermal back panel with high density knit and Acqua Zero Eco treatment blocks wind and elements
High, ergonomic fleece-lined collar
Elastic cuff straight cut at wrist for snug and comfortable fit
Long tail below rear pockets for protection against low temperatures and inclement weather
Our model, Richard, is 6'2", 175 lbs and wears a size M.
CHEST WIDTH (IN)
CHEST WIDTH (CM)
35" - 36"
89 - 91.5
36" - 37"
91.5 - 94
37" - 38"
94 - 96.5
38" - 39"
96.5 - 99
39" - 42"
99 - 107
42" - 44"
107 - 112
44" - 46"
112 - 117
46" - 48"
117 - 122
48" - 50"
122 - 127
50" - 52"
127 - 132
*Pro Tip: Customers new to the brand and/or between sizes tend to size up. If you are in between sizes, we recommend ordering the two sizes in question to try on and compare. Returns are FREE within the U.S.
Please refer to the FIT GUIDE for an overview of fit for each collection. For inseam measurements, please refer to our INSEAM CHARTS.
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Recommended for cool to cold climates and temperatures from mid 50°F to mid 30°F.
Temperature ranges are a general reference as every cyclist experiences temperatures differently and depending on your riding style, from high output efforts to low-intensity training, the range could be extended or decreased.