If you’re looking for the right cold-weather piece, look no further than the Giordana AV Extreme Women's Jacket.
Giordana’s AV Extreme Women’s Jacket is ideal for riding in extremely cold temperatures. To keep you performing in cold climates, we've used an AcquaZero Eco treated fabric that ensures protection from wind and rain every time you ride, while thermal insulation keeps you warm during colder rides and harsher weather. The new addition of a thermal-lined ergonomic collar, a zippered front side pocket, and reflective accents will make this jacket your go-to for any cold, winter ride.
Features + Benefits
Made for the coldest temperatures
High breathability so you can ride with high intensity without overheating
2 layer membrane wind and water resistant DV Stretch fabric at the front, back, shoulders, front of arms
130 grams Alpha Direct thermal fabric on the inside of jacket that provides thermal properties and high breathability, does not absorb water so rider stays dry and comfortable
3 layer membrane on side panels and underarms
High, ergonomic fleece-lined collar
Elastic cuff straight cut at wrist for a snug and comfortable fit
Long-tail below rear pockets for protection against low temperatures and inclement weather
Zippered front side pocket
Reflective accents on the back pocket and left wrist
Our model, Maira, is 5'9", 26" waist, 36" hips and wears a size S.
CHEST WIDTH (IN)
CHEST WIDTH (CM)
30 - 31
76.5 - 78.5
31 - 32
79 - 81
32 - 34
81 - 84
34 - 36
84 - 91.5
36 - 38
91.5 - 96.5
38 - 40
96.5 - 101.5
40 - 42
101.5 - 106.5
42 - 44
106.5 - 112
44 - 46
112 - 116.5
46 - 48
116.5 - 122
*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 high 40°F to low 20°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.