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Golden Windvest - XS only

24 reviews

    Cyclist's best friend.


    This is a staple for all San Francisco cyclists. Good for cold morning rollouts, bridge crossings, bomber descents, evening excursions, lunch runs, beer runs, doughnut missions, escaping the city and WIND. This vest is made from super lightweight and compactable ripstop fabric with mesh fabric on the back and sides. The ripstop fabric offers great wind protection along with water resistance while the mesh back and sides provide ventilation. 3 rear pockets add storage space for extra gloves in the winter and the dual direction zipper allows you to fine tune your airflow. Bonus* reflective binding at the top of the pockets for dawn patrol raids (the vest is also pretty bright on it's own). 

  • Designed in San Francisco and handcrafted in southern California.  

    We recommend erring on the small side, as this particular vest runs a bit on the large side. The back stretches allowing for a nice tight fit. 

    Bike Rumor gave the Golden Vest a sweet review. Check it out Here.

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    Ryan C.
    United States

    Dope Color!

    Vest is a great color and fits pretty well also. Only issue is a bit of flapping in the shoulder at high speed or descending, but my newer black vest solves that. More color options for vests would be awesome. Can always use a vest in SF.

    United States

    Must have!

    I wish the pockets were deeper. My phone popped out of the pockets on a descent and the screen cracked. Otherwise, the vest is great. I own 2!

    Teresita M.
    United States


    Couldn’t be happier with this windvest. Very comfortable and lightweight.

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