AV Versa Jacket

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The AV Versa Jacket is a super lightweight wind and rain resistant jacket ideal for cyclists who train in mild winter or in early spring temperatures, worn by both the Astana Pro Cycling Team and the Michelton-Scott Pro Cycling Teams.  

Tech Specs

• Lightweight, tightly woven exterior fabric blocks wind and moisture while providing a rip proof surface  

• eVent DV Stretch membrane is bonded to a light weight thermal fabric for ease of motion on the bike  

• DWR treatment to create a hydrophobic environment  

• Wind resistant zipper  

• Microfiber fleece at interior of collar  

• Straight cut cuffs fit perfectly under winter gloves  

• Accented bar tacks throughout the jacket  

• Gusseted rear pockets with drainage holes  

• Pixel reflective tail for increased visibility  

• Reflective element at drive side arm band and back pocket  

• Pocket Lip on rear cargo pockets  

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Coldest temps-weapon of choice

Living in Salt Lake City, we get some pretty cold temps during the winter, and I do not enjoy riding a trainer for 4 months during fall/winter. So, I having a warm winter jacket is essential. The Versa jacket fits my needs almost perfectly! The jacket is not heavy, but I have ridden in the mid-20's comfortably, without overheating on long climbs. Also, the Versa's long tail and outer layer does an amazing job keeping things dry in snow, rain showers and road spray. As a bonus, the Versa provides a ton of reflectivity, which helps to stay visible to cars in dark conditions. The Versa is very well made, and is a perfect investment as a winter jacket that will last for many seasons. I am 6' tall, and around 185-190lbs during the winter, and I went with the XXL Versa. As reference, I am an XL in a FR-C jersey, and up-sized for the Versa. It does not have the give in the fabric that a jersey does. I use the Versa when the temps are between 25-40degrees.