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House Wind Vest - Stone Blue

69 reviews
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  • Meet our light, packable cycling wind vest. It's designed to be carried all of the time, "just incase”. Wear it on those cool mornings roll-outs, endurance coffee stops, or when the weather turns foul. It truly is where function meets fashion. You could call it a Gilet, Ornot.
    1. Two-way YKK zipper allows easy access to your pockets and maximum venting.
    2. Reflective Rear tab to complement your blinky light.
    3. Only 80 grams (size small) and easily packable in a jersey pocket.
    4. Breathable extra plush stretch fabric at the sides and back for a close fit.
    5. DWR finished chest panel light moisture protection.
    6. Designed in San Francisco and sewn by hand in California.
    1. The House wind vest is performance fit and meant to be worn tight.
    2. If you have questions about sizing send us an email.

     

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    CM
    09/22/2020
    Chris M.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product
    Great Vest

    Easily the best vest/gilet I've ever purchased. Fits great, looks even better. Typically wear a medium, medium fit exactly as should be.

    CB
    09/17/2020
    Colin B.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product
    Great, but....

    Fits true to size, nice materials, my only thing is I wish the zippers were nicer quality (they feel a little cheap and I personally would have paid a few dollars more to have nice zippers)

    RB
    09/07/2020
    Rudi B.
    United States United States
    Great vest.

    Felt awesome. did use this on a 64 mile bike ride recently. I had to leave early at 5:30am and needed an extra layer to face the early morning chill. I got back around 10am when the temperature had gone up to 90 F. (Los Angeles, CA) It still felt comfortable at that point.

    We could send you email, Ornot