Ultra Packable WindproofID: E9061BK/3
$64.99 CLEARANCE: $45.50 USD
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- Ultra lightweight and windproof ripstop fabric
- Zip guard and storm flap with two layers of main body fabric bonded and laser cut
- Back mesh panel
- Reflective trims on shoulders and rear
- Elasticated armhole, rear neck and hem
- Rear Pocket Access
Product code: E9061BK/3 | pdp.size.options: S, M, L, XL, XXL | Made in China
Bikes Etc - Pakagilet Review - Best Value
"Packing down to the size of a mini Coke can, the Pakagilet takes up minimal space in your jersey pocket - it came out top in our packability test despite some stiff competition in this respect.Stiff storm flaps in front of and behind the zip help prevent wind and water finding its way through... water resistant..as much as you really need... Breathability is respectable too. A gap.. allows easy access to your jersey pocket. Best Value."
twentynineinchers.com - Pakagilet Review
"I.. took it along on all kinds of MTB rides. And it was a handy item to have. The cut is very snug and there is no flapping or extra fluff about it. The arm holes are elasticized and work great, keeping air from entering the vest. The Hi-Vis color I have in a size LG and is just right for wearing over a base layer/jersey combo... The tail section is looong and there is access into your rear jersey pockets without needing to lift up the Pakagilet. The collar is high and seals drafts well as does the main full length zipper... This is a versatile piece and would be equally at a home on a road ride as it stuffs down to barely anything and would be easy to carry on any outing."
SingleTrack Magazine Review
"What’s so good about this one from Endura? In short: everything. It’s available in male and female cuts and in plenty of colours; it packs smaller than a can of post-ride Fanta if you roll it carefully; it has a neatly baffled zip, a slit pocket at the rear so racey types can access jersey pockets, and a trim cut that doesn’t flap or constrict...One of the most useful bits of kit you’ll buy. Keep one to hand at all times."